Ethos Health Workplace Consultant raised over $7,300 for amputee victim.


Our Fatigue and Manual Handling consultant Matt Cooper, raised over $7,300 for a friend who had both his arms and one leg amputated. Originally from the
UK and based in our Sydney office Matt completed the Coles 10km Sun Run in aid of raising money for his friend living in the UK who was involved in
a tragic work accident.

Scaffolder Jamie Mines (from Frome in the UK), was electrocuted at work and placed in an induced coma over the Christmas period. When in the induced coma
doctors had to remove multiple limbs to keep Jamie alive. Six months prior to Christmas Jamie and his partner welcomed newborn twins to the world,
meaning it would have been their first Christmas together as a family.

With the support of Matt’s football club,  Dee Why FC ran the 10km fun run on Saturday raising over and above their initial goal of $2,000.

If you would still like to show your support to Jamie and his family, please donate by clicking the link below.


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