Bathurst Early Childhood Intervention Service using donated fridge

WELCOME ADDITION: Bron Hatton and Jo Hall of Bathurst Early Childhood Intervention Service with Bathurst RSL Club president Ian Miller and the pantry and fridge and freezer the club donated to the service. Photo:CHRIS SEABROOK 081616cfridge1

WELCOME ADDITION: Bron Hatton and Jo Hall of Bathurst Early Childhood Intervention Service with Bathurst RSL Club president Ian Miller and the pantry and fridge and freezer the club donated to the service. Photo:CHRIS SEABROOK 081616cfridge1

A NEW fridge and freezer and pantry is being put to good use at the Bathurst Early Childhood Intervention Service.

The brand new Samsung fridge and freezer and lockable pantry were donated by the Bathurst RSL Club for the service’s SOS Approach to Feeding program.

"Being able to store items that we can buy in bulk, and a suitable fridge and freezer means that we are able to keep the program affordable, meaning more families can access it,” BECIS staff member Bron Hatton said.

The multi-disciplinary SOS program assesses and treats children with feeding and weight/growth difficulties. 

Ms Hatton said BECIS would like to thank the club for its generosity.

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