Barossa's Community Cancer Support
The Barossa Area Fundraisers for Cancer (BAFFC) are a group of volunteers who dedicate their time to reducing the impact of cancer on the local community.
Serving the Barossa area from Eudunda through to Gawler, volunteers come together to assist cancer patients and survivors through a number of projects, including driving people to the city for hospital appointments in their 'butterfly car'.
Image Source: BAFFC Facebook page
At a cost of around $500-$600 per patient, this expense is completely covered by BAFFC who undertake a number of fundraising activities throughout the year to help support those in need.
Chairperson Julie Combe and Fundraising Coordinator Jo Feltus came into the Flow studios for a discussion about their organisation on today's Country Viewpoint.
To find out more or show your support for BAFFC, visit their Facebook page, contact Julie on 0400 405 084 or Secretary Tash Goldsmith on 0415 743 683. New volunteers are always welcome.