NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia — Aquarius Car Wash raised $2,500 for the Mudgee Hospital Auxiliary, according to the Mudgee Guardian.
Customers, volunteers and other local businesses helped make the fundraising event a success, said the article.
The money will be used to purchase new equipment and supplies for the hospital, noted the article. The hospital plans to purchase the last thing on its wish list for 2014.
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"The last thing the hospital has asked us to raise money for is a Video Cysto Urethroscope which will enable surgeons to perform [cystoscopies] under local anesthetic in Mudgee,” stated auxiliary president Glenys Goodfellow, in the article.
Aquarius owner Ed Turner donated $1,800 in March to help the organization with another equipment purchase, and he will continue to raise funds at future charity wash days, reported the article.
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