Easter treats for our smallest patients

Young patient
Nine-month-old Elijah Madour is being treated for croup at Mount Druitt Hospital.

Western Sydney Woodturners hopped into Mount Druitt Hospital’s Children’s Ward today with Easter goodies for our youngest patients.

They filled wooden bowls made by their members with chocolate eggs.

Fundraising and events manager Sonia Daniels said smiles were plentiful.

“The team from the Woodturners visited each patient in an Easter bunny fashion handing out eggs throughout the ward,” Sonia said.

“They also popped up to the emergency department to make sure that no children in there missed out on the treats.

“Thank you to the Woodturners for making our young patients smile.”

Easter weekend
The Woodturners visited Mount Druitt Hospital to make young kids smile ahead of the Easter long weekend.

Western Sydney Woodturners have been long-time supporters of Mount Druitt Hospital.

They have 160 members who work hard to make unique wooden creations that are sold at community fairs and expos with all funds going towards equipment purchases for the Children’s Ward at Mount Druitt Hospital.