KIND DONATION: Delmain House receives a donation from Spotless facilities services.
KIND DONATION: Delmain House receives a donation from Spotless facilities services. Max Fleet BUNDEL

What's inside this house that makes it so special?

FROM the outside of the brick house in Norville it looks like an average house, but on the inside it holds the hearts of some very special people.

Delmain House is home to five Bundaberg residents who need round-the-clock care and is run by the Salvation Army.

BUNDY SALVOS FORCED TO TURN AWAY 20 PEOPLE A DAY

This week a donation of more than $2500 was given to the house to give the residents a new outdoor area.

Kara Clark a mother of a long-term resident Tasman Balazs said she became emotional when the money was presented to the house.

"This means so much to the residents," she said.

Ms Clark said her son Tasman suffered from a debilitating syndrome called Kearns-Sayre.

After giving it much thought Bindi decided she would like the fundraiser to benefit her brother and his housemates.

"My daughter's good friend Jade Williams who works for a company which contracts mining work helped organise a fundraiser.

"The guys from Spotless ended up helping to raise $2617.

"So we will have an outdoor area and a dishwasher which will free up time for the carers, it means so much."



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