The NSW committee of Transplant Australia has members from all corners of NSW who span from families with young children, to the older among the ranks and every age between.
We meet once a month at different venues across NSW. These get-togethers incorporate activities like tenpin, lawn bowls, golf, archery, petanque or a picnic day to bring our community together. Each activity is run to encourage participation. Existing skill levels not necessary – we welcome newcomers and beginners!
“There are no strangers here, only friends you haven’t met yet” – William Butler Yeats
The NSW committee stages sports development days, a camp at Narrabeen, and the annual fundraising Miracle Dinner at Dooleys to assist transplant recipients to attend the Australian and/or World Transplant Games. The Games are a special time to demonstrate the high quality of life that is achieved following a transplant. We would love to have you a part of our NSW team!
At each event run by TA NSW, people are able to chat with others who’ve been through similar circumstances, including donor families, living donors, other recipients and supporters.
If you’re thinking about getting involved – stop thinking about it! We can’t wait to meet you at our next event. Email Mick Kennedy or Margaret ‘Queen Of The’ Hill for details.