Dunny Dump returns to Orange's businesses and front lawns

JSCHS Friends 4 Life team members Annalise Livermore, Sarah Ziegler, Will Barrett, Rebekah Livermore, Tom Livermore with business owners Giuliana Ryan and Sophie Soo with dunny, a Relay for Life fundraiser. Photo: PHIL BLATCH 021417pbdunny1

JSCHS Friends 4 Life team members Annalise Livermore, Sarah Ziegler, Will Barrett, Rebekah Livermore, Tom Livermore with business owners Giuliana Ryan and Sophie Soo with dunny, a Relay for Life fundraiser. Photo: PHIL BLATCH 021417pbdunny1

The dreaded ‘dunny dump’ is returning for the Orange Relay for Life in April.

Kate Ziegler is co-ordinating the James Sheahan Catholic High School (JSCHS) Friends 4 Life team’s fundraiser. For a $40 donation the dunny can be left on a business or front lawn, it’s another $40 donation to get it “dumped” on someone else.

Worldly Treasures has kicked off the fun by sending the dunny to Cheeky Barista Cafe. Of course, you can avoid being lumped with the dunny with a $50 donation for “flushin’ insurance”.

“The Relay For Life is such a wonderful community event for the kids to be involved with,” Ms Ziegler said.

“Each year that I’ve participated in the Relay For Life with my children and their friends, there has been a real sense of coming together as a community to celebrate life after cancer.”

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