Hollywood Private Hospital makes donation to RSLWA’s Cadet of the Year program

Hollywood Private Hospital chief executive with RSLWA state president Peter Aspinall.
Hollywood Private Hospital chief executive with RSLWA state president Peter Aspinall.

THE WA branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia (RSLWA) has received an $8000 boost.

The donation was made by Hollywood Private Hospital to support RSLWA’s Cadet of the Year program.

Managed by the Youth Development and Cadet Support Committee, the program allows four top cadets to travel and undertake activities which contribute to their development within RSLWA.

This year’s winners went to Canberra for Anzac commemorations where they marched in the dawn service and visited iconic landmarks.

Hollywood chief executive Peter Mott said his facility, as a former military hospital, had cared for the State’s veteran community for more than 70 years.

“Our connection with RSLWA is very unique and it’s an honour to partner with the organisation on such an important developmental youth program,” he said.

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