The Courtney Partridge-McLennan Memorial Fund
Courtney Partridge-McLennan was a bubbly and cheeky 19-year-old country girl living in regional New South Wales. On the night of November 28th during the catastrophic Black Summer Bushfires of 2019-2020, the smoke triggered a sudden and aggressive asthma attack, taking Courtney’s life in the early hours. She died alone, in her bed, with no one beside her.
Donating to this fund will help Asthma Australia, in legacy of Courtney, to improve the way air quality is managed, responded to and understood in Australia and protecting the breath of people with asthma. Find out what we’re doing around air quality here.