Armidale Hospital oncology nurse, Helen Goodall raises more than $7,000 for the Cancer Council

GREAT EFFORT: Helen Goodall with her award for the most fundraising following this year's Stars of Armidale Dance for Cancer.
GREAT EFFORT: Helen Goodall with her award for the most fundraising following this year's Stars of Armidale Dance for Cancer.

Helen Goodall has raised more than $7,000 for the Cancer Council after participating in this year’s Stars of Armidale Dance for Cancer.

The Armidale Hospital oncology nurse took out the award for most money raised and said she couldn’t have done it without the support of so many.

“We had a casserole day, a sausage sizzle, a cake day, we had pasta and meat pies,” she said.

“We must have had at least 10 of those weeks and raised over $7,000.

“It was amazing and so many departments at the hospital gave support.

CHARITY DANCE: Oncology nurse turned dancing star, Helen Goodall has raised more than $7,000 for the Cancer Council as part of Armidale's Dance for Cancer. The money will go towards a patient transport service in Armidale.

CHARITY DANCE: Oncology nurse turned dancing star, Helen Goodall has raised more than $7,000 for the Cancer Council as part of Armidale's Dance for Cancer. The money will go towards a patient transport service in Armidale.

“Moxon’s Bakery donated a lot of stuff to help with the fundraising.”

Ms Goodall said she decided to get involved with this year’s Dance for Cancer because working in oncology, it’s something she is passionate about.

“This year they decided to raise money for a car for our Armidale patients, which is unbelievable,” she said.

“What a great cause.

“And I do like dancing … learning a style of dance was really fun.”

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