Now Playing: ‘I’ll make it up to you’: Family gets £4 million deal from BBC News Now Playing:’I’ll do anything to help my kids’: Family receives £4m deal from the BBC Now Playing’We’ll try anything’: Family reunites with children they lost after car crash Now Playing”There is no greater achievement than to help your children reach their full potential,” he said.
It’s about creating a better future for our children.””
I am very proud of the people that are helping us.
It’s about creating a better future for our children.”
I am grateful to be a part of a community that gives back to our community, and I am committed to ensuring that we give back to them.
“Mr Murphy said the families involved had given back a lot and he wanted to keep doing that.”
It’s about the people who come here and they are helping.””
It’s not just a family thing, it’s a whole community thing.”
It’s about the people who come here and they are helping.
“You can’t just give to charities but you have to give to people who are willing to do something.”
“It means everything to me.”
Mr Porter, who also works as a carpenter, said he had wanted to start a charity before but was now “blown away” by what he had experienced.
“My dream is to work with these families to create a more inclusive and compassionate society,” he explained.
“They’ve got to get behind the system and take the responsibility and make it work for them.”
Topics:human-interest,health,social-sciences,religion-and-beliefs,community-and%E2%80%93-Christianity,community,human-service,social,fitzroy-2650,london-metropolitan-2750,qld,southport-4215,australiaFirst posted March 18, 2020 08:24:14Contact Anna LoyentMore stories from Queensland