Bethanie Gwelup resident donates toy collection to Stirling Women’s Refuge

Marianne McCabe from the Stirling Women's Refuge with Bette Jordan
Marianne McCabe from the Stirling Women's Refuge with Bette Jordan

BETHANIE Gwelup resident Bette Jordan has donated her collection of soft toys to the Stirling Women’s Refuge.

Mrs Jordan recently moved from her Mt Lawley house to the aged care home and worked with Bethanie chaplain Kerryn Monger to donate her treasured collection to a good cause.

“I would love to know that my toys, which have brought me so much joy, will now bring comfort to a child at a difficult time in their life,” Mrs Jordan said.

Many of the soft toys were collected from around the world and one of her favourites is a soft dog that reminds her of her own pooch.

Marianne McCabe from the Stirling Women’s Refuge shared morning tea with the Bethanie Gwelup residents as the toys were handed over in a small presentation.