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Massaging for Plan

17 May 2012

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A unique fundraiser was held at Southgate last month, when Melbourne Combined Natural Therapies hosted an event, which gave passers by massages as well as spinal, postural and dietary assessments.

The event raised over $800 for Plan International Australia’s education projects throughout Asia.

Dr Greg Bowers, owner of Melbourne Combined Natural Therapies, said he was pleased with how the fundraiser went.

“As a local business that has served the Southbank area for over eight years, it is always fun to get out into the local community. Today’s fundraiser was a great chance to meet locals while supporting the amazing work of “Plan International Australia”

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