Dungog CommBank staff get seriously hilarious for charity

HAPPY: Dungog CommBank staff Sam Rumbel, Branch Manager Karen Hancock and Donna Skinner were all smiles to help a charity which brings smiles to sick children.

HAPPY: Dungog CommBank staff Sam Rumbel, Branch Manager Karen Hancock and Donna Skinner were all smiles to help a charity which brings smiles to sick children.

Staff wearing curly wigs and offering cupcakes greeted Dungog CommBank customers on Friday, April 7.

The staff dressed as Clown Doctors to sell cupcakes donated by Shaw’s Williams River Bakery and Barrington Bakery as well as hold an Easter Egg guessing competition, donated by Lovey’s Supa IGA.

Clown Doctors is the core program of The Humour Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation that provides medical clowns to sick children in hospital, treating them with a different kind of medicine – fun and laughter.

Karen Hancock, Dungog CommBank Bank Branch Manager said staff are passionate about the cause.

“Through our fundraising day, we hope to help the Clown Doctors achieve their goal of conducting more Clown Rounds in hospitals across Australia,” she said.

More information and how you can donate can be found here.

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