Founder of Rainbow Beach Community News and Beautiful You Cancer Charity Inc, Debbie Clayton
Debbie Clayton started the Rainbow Beach Community News in 1998, but had to leave her new creation for family health reasons.
“In 1999 I left Rainbow Beach, handing on the Rainbow Beach Community News, which I’d started after getting out of our local fish and chip shop.
“I moved back to Wangaratta to be with my mum before she passed away, and I was very lucky to have nine months with her before she died.
“Vince and I then moved back to Queensland and settled in Buderim. And that’s when I founded the charity Beautiful You Cancer Charity Inc.”
This is a charity which looks after women going through cancer – that terrible disease that seems to not discriminate.
Rainbow Beach Fishing Charters supported the Beautiful You program for people living with cancer, with a free voucher for Meaghin McIntyre
“We have Make A Wish with our charity, and Meaghin McIntyre and her husband were lucky to be able spend the day with Tony Stewart on his fishing charter.”
Debbie had rung Tony and he was only too willing to help out. “Its nice to be able to pick up the phone and get the positive response to help out those going through cancer.”
If anyone has a business that can help Debbie with the Make a Wish program, you can contact her on email@example.com
You can read about Beautiful You Cancer Charity Inc. on www.beautifulyouprogram.org.au