A FUNDRAISING campaign was launched late last week to support the family of Murwillumbah man Charlie Larter, 46, who died of a stab wound to the chest at Knox Park on Tuesday, June 6.
Mr Larter was among three victims of the violent attack which escalated from a brawl that took place in and around Knox Park at around 12.30pm.
Tweed Police have charged 22-year-old James Paul Alderton (alias Murphy) with the murder of 46-year-old Charlie Larter as well as several other charges.
Mr Larter’s son Zack, 18, was discharged from Gold Coast University Hospital this week after he received a stab wound to the chest.
Mr Later’s family and friends have already donated more than $4,000 with a target of $5,000 via a GoFundMe online appeal.
“Charlie Larter was a man with a big heart, a great sense of humour, and a love for his family that had no end,” the page reads.
“He lost his life in tragic circumstances celebrating his 46th birthday with his family. He has left behind a loving wife, son and 3 daughters.
“No words can express what they have already been through, and the difficult times ahead they will have to endure.
“For his families future, purely voluntary and a suggestion to all those who have been asking or wanting to offer love and support, any donations would be greatly appreciated.”
To donate visit: https://www.gofundme.com/5674q-charlie-larter-family-fund