The late Leslie Charles Parkinson may not be around to see his legacy in action, but his love of children will continue to live through the lives he is saving.
One of the things that Kris Ockwell sees most is fear, because in addition to being frightened at what an MRI scan may find, the machines themselves get a bad rap.
“I think a lot of people take Cabrini for granted; they go there and they don’t see how much goes on behind the scenes to give them the care that they need."
When his wife Margaret got cancer, Rory Dunlevy became a Cabrini Malvern volunteer. When she passed away after a heroic second battle with the disease he became a Cabrini supporter.
When Peter Iwaniw was diagnosed with bowel cancer at 28 three decisions - by Peter, his family and his medical team - ended up saving his life.
Cabrini Foundation asked you to support the purchase of a new dialysis machine. The new machine has completely changed the way Kerry Jones does her job.