Knox Leader | Zoe Lewis
Photo: Christian (left), Ben, Colby and Seb are backing organ donation awareness group Zaidee's Rainbow Foundation by wearing rainbow-coloured football boot laces. Picture: LAWRENCE PINDER
A ROWVILLE football club will wear rainbow shoelaces to raise awareness and money for organ donation.
The Rowville Hawks Junior Football Club is taking part in Zaidee Foundation Round, in conjunction with the Eastern Football League.
The foundation was set up after seven-year-old Zaidee Turner died in 2004 from a burst blood vessel in her brain.
Her organs were donated and up to seven people’s lives were saved.
The foundation was set up by her parents, Kim and Allan Turner, to raise awareness of organ and tissue donation.
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