Helping Hands for The Kinghorn Cancer Centre

Generous supporters of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre and staff from its partner organizations, the Garvan and St Vincent’s Hospital, are not afraid to get their hands dirty to share in community spirit. Together with students from local Darlinghurst Primary School, they have created a unique community mural, “HELPING HANDS, HEALING HANDS”, which features hundreds of hand prints of St Vincent’s and Garvan staff, students, Kinghorn Cancer Centre Patron Delta Goodrem, Jill Kinghorn and other generous supporters and embodies not only community connectivity but also the importance of making major inroads in the fight against cancer for future generations.

“I am so proud that my hand print is going to be on the Kinghorn Cancer Centre. For me it represents a symbolic connectivity to a project that I am very close to as we work towards finding better cancer treatments for our community and beyond,” said Patron Delta Goodrem. The mural has been erected along Victoria street on the hoarding of the construction site of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre for the two-­‐year duration of the Centre’s construction.