Kentucky south is a very small country town in NSW. Located 21 km from the larger Uralla. In the 1950’s it only had a post office, a railroad shed and a bus shelter.
This is where Lindsay was born. As the third youngest from a family of ten children, Lindsay grew up within a close-knit family group. He especially recalls the affection and closeness with his aunt and uncle.
It was not long before Lindsay had to go further away, to the town of Barraba, to find work. He found employment in the mines. Here he drove 80 tonne dump trucks.
Now retired Lindsay feels a strong connection with people living with multiple sclerosis. Even though he has never met someone with this condition. Through his contact with Multiple Sclerosis Limited (MSL), he has learned much about the work MSL does.
He now wanted to leave behind a testament of his values and continued support. Thus, he has decided to leave a gift in his Will to Multiple Sclerosis Limited. The organisation that looks after the wellbeing of people living with multiple sclerosis.
Through MSL communications he finds out about the work that MSL does. Lindsay knows that he is supporting a charity that he trusts. It is the one that is ensuring people with multiple sclerosis do not have to face it alone, now or in the future.
Lindsay was very excited when he called us to let us know that he has included MSL in his Will. This decision made him feel very happy.
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Whatever the amount, we are grateful. Any gift big or small will make a difference. You will provide future vital support so people living with multiple sclerosis.