MAX ‘shearing shed’ raises $20k for Backpack 4 Kids SA
MAX Services lead the Global Maintenance Upper Spencer Gulf (GMUSG) reception night with the ‘shearing shed’ to raise money for Back Pack 4 Kids SA.
Brett Woolford (MAX Services), Brett Benbow (Port Augusta Mayor), Geoff Deans (OZ Minerals) and Darren Lamb (Energy Logistix) were shaved by Zara and Mia from ‘Barber Shop on Alexander – Port Pirie‘ and raised over $20,000 on Tuesday night.
A huge thank you to everyone who donated on the night and over the two days of the conference. If you would like to donate – please click the link https://gf.me/u/y3dgh6 .
Congratulations to the GMUSG committee for hosting yet another successful conference. Thanks also to, Brodie Papps, Lynn Wallace, GMUSG, MAX staff, Energy Logistix, Port Augusta City Council, OZ Minerals and Zara Wehrmann (Barber Shop on Alexander St).