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Gold Coast Hospital Foundation ambassadors Ash Taylor and Toby Sexton have today helped Titans Together become part of the Gold Coast University Hospital’s cancer patient transfer service.

The logos of the Gold Coast Titans and Titans Together will now feature on the side of the transport vehicles, with Sexton and Taylor taking the opportunity today to visit patients as ambassadors for the Foundation.

The Gold Coast Hospital Foundation service has helped more than 2000 people in the local community, with 7000 trips to assist individuals receive the various forms of treatment they need in battles against serious illness.

Taylor has always been a wonderful community ambassador and the 24-year-old is proud to be a part of the new relationship with the Gold Coast Hospital Foundation.

“It’s great. It’s a massive eye-opener for myself,” Taylor said.

“It was great to come out and meet some of the patients.

“It’s a big achievement for me to become an ambassador for the hospital.

“To be able to come in and put a smile on people’s faces is great.

“People are here for a lot of different reasons, so it’s great that we could come out here and meet different people.”

Titans Development Squad member and local junior Toby Sexton was also happy to lend a hand.

“It’s a good opportunity for us to give back to the community,” he said.

“We are very lucky to do what we do, and it’s great that we are able to come out here and do things like this.

We are Titans Together

The Gold Coast Hospital Foundation will be holding a Care For Cancer Lunch on Friday 27 March. Head to www.gchfoundation.org.au to show your support and to secure your ticket.