The beautiful ‘Gift of Friendship’ Rose is now available to order direct from Treloar Roses. Click here for more information including ordering details. Treloar Roses will donate $1 from the sale of each rose to the Inner Wheel Australia National Project, Cord Blood Research.
Four Cord Blood Research Grants were awarded at the 2016 Conference Gala Dinner in October, bringing the total number of grants awarded by Inner Wheel Australia to 42, with a value of $2,408,462.
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The Hill Family attended the 2016 Inner Wheel Australia Conference, held in October in Sydney. Gloria Hill spoke about her son Sean, who was born with a rare genetic disease that severely compromised his immune system and caused him to be ill for much of his young life. Thanks to a life-saving transplant of 30ml of cord blood four years ago, Sean is now a healthy and thriving little boy.
The Inner Wheel Club of Sunshine Coast celebrated inner Wheel Day on 10th January with a “Family Fun and Fitness Breakfast” which offered participants the opportunity of an early morning 15 Km bike ride along our coastline or a 5 Km walk to Pt Cartwright Lighthouse, both followed by a beautiful breakfast.
Altogether 23 members and 58 family and friends joined in, with ages ranging from an 81 year old bike rider to a member’s 17 month old granddaughter.
Canadian Research scientist Kathryn Futrega, who has recently completed her PhD. working with Dr. Mike Doran also joined participants for the walk and breakfast. Dr. Mike Doran did attend for about 30 minutes to speak briefly about his work in Cord Blood.
A lot of fun was had, and Inner Wheel Australia Cord Blood Research will benefit from the celebrations.