Grant assists Life Education to upgrade Southern Mobile Learning Centre

Jul 22, 2015 by

Outside vanLife Education NSW have utilised a Veolia Mulwaree Trust grant of $21,450 to complete a major upgrade to their Southern Mobile Learning Centre.

Life Education NSW, Fundraising Manager, Lillian Adnan said “the upgrades to the Southern Mobile Learning Centre ensure that Life Education is able to continue to deliver a high quality healthy living program to 29 schools across the Veolia Mulwaree Trust area.

In 2014 Health Harold delivered his important preventative health program to 3,637 children in schools across Goulburn Mulwaree, Palerang, Upper Lachlan and Wingecarribee Shire Local Government Areas.”

Good health underpins the wellbeing of all Australians. It is critical in determining a person’s capacity to lead an active and productive life. The challenges of obesity, depression and substance misuse among our youth, reinforces why the Life Education program continues to be a sounding force in our community.

Pictured, are students from Ss Peter and Paul’s Primary School, Goulburn, enjoying the features of the newly renovated van. Manager of Veolia’s Woodlawn Bioreactor, Mr Henry Gundry was also pleased to view the upgrades with the students.

The Veolia Mulwaree Trust is proud to assist Life Education NSW with the upgrade of the Southern Mobile Learning Centre and is pleased to ensure that Healthy Harold continues to teach young people the importance of good health, good choices and leading an active lifestyle.

Henry with students