Music Icon to take to the stage in the name of charity


Music legend Leo Sayer will be singing for a good cause next month, as he hits the stage for the Canberra Hospital Foundation’s Golden Gala.

Leo, who is now a neighbour to the ACT living in nearby NSW, is keen to lend his support and to sing from the
same song sheet to encourage everyone locally to ‘give’ as best they can.

“This year has been difficult for many and I am happy to help the Foundation bring some comfort
to anyone in hospital,” the singer-songwriter said.

“It will be a great show, and one that I hope will inspire Canberrans to give.”

Deborah Rolfe AM, Board Chair of the Foundation since 2012 says, she and her fellow board members are
just delighted to have Leo as our Ambassador.

”Almost every person, at some point in their life, needs public health care. Donating to CAN GIVE DAY will go to help every patient in some way.” Ms Rolfe said.

The Foundation supports the more than 500,000 people who are hospitalised or receive treatment in Canberra each year: patients of all ages, facing all illnesses, injuries and conditions, in the area of care they need.

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