young woman by taking part in Pauls recently re-launched Collect-A-Cap program.
The Townsville church was recently alerted to the story of a young amputee from Papua New Guinea (PNG) named Jenny.
Jenny, who lives in a remote mountainous area of PNG, struggles to get by on her crutches, as they cause pain in her arms from daily use.
After hearing Jenny's story, the community of Townsville Central City Mission decided to help raise money to buy Jenny a below-theknee prosthesis – a life changing donation for this young woman.
For every milk bottle cap returned through Collect-A-Cap, Pauls will donate 10 cents to Townsville Central City Mission,
with all funds raised going towards the purchase of the leg prosthesis for Jenny and her travel and accommodation to a town where there is a prosthetic clinic.
Congregation members are getting involved in a fun, unique fundraising program to raise money for a great cause.
Townsville locals have also been called on to get involved with this project by collecting specially marked bottle caps from
2L and 3L varieties of Pauls milk.
Collect-A-Cap was originally launched in 1999 and helped raise almost $12 million for over 7500 non-profit organisations and schools.
For more information on the Collect-A-Cap program or to register a church or school group visit www.pauls.com.au