Jeff Skinner, Amanda Hughes, Tracy Eaton (from Harvey’s), Cath Grippo and Louise Hayward from WHK handing over the cash.
Jeff Skinner, Amanda Hughes, Tracy Eaton (from Harvey’s), Cath Grippo and Louise Hayward from WHK handing over the cash.

Accounting a real money spinner

When Amanda Hughes from accounting firm WHK read about thieves stealing the charity tins from Harvey’s cafe in last week’s Echo, she couldn’t believe it and organised a whip around.

The WHK staff are regulars at Harvey’s, on Conway Street in Lismore, and chipped in $170 when Amanda passed the hat around.

The money will be split between the two charities that had tins at Harvey’s, WIRES and the Life Save Rescue Helicopter.


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