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April 16, 2015

SUEZ environnement Community Grants ramps up support for Oakford kids

More than 100 West Australian children with special needs are set to benefit from a $5,000 SUEZ environnement Community Grant, which has funded new horse riding infrastructure at Riding for the Disabled in Oakford. The new undercover purpose built tie-up area and ramp, including provision for a hoist to assist severely disabled

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March 30, 2015

Applications for SUEZ environnement Community Grants now open

Over $96,000 provided for 21 community projects during inaugural year Program funding increased for 2015 Community groups across Australia are being invited to apply for a grant of between $500 and $5,000 to fund eligible projects through the SUEZ environnement Community Grants program. The program launched in 2013 as SITA Australia Community Grants and in 2014 provided

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October 27, 2014

A nature-based place to play

Lunch time is soon going to be a lot more fun for primary school students at the local Lorne-Aireys Inlet P-12 College, made possible by a financial grant provided through SITA Australia's Community Grants program. At the moment, the school has no suitable playground for the 80 young primary

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October 20, 2014

Here come the Chicks in the Sticks

Ladies in the Upper Wimmera Catchment will again have the chance to frock up all for the purpose of promoting sustainable farming practices, thanks to a financial grant by waste and recycling company SITA Australia. SITA Ballarat Branch Manager, Ian Howard presented the $3,065 grant to Project Platypus at their 20th

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September 6, 2014

Mackay Surf Life Saving Club helping to keep Harbour Beach Clean

Mackay Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) ‘Keep Harbour Beach Clean’ project received a boost this week and purchased a new beach cleaner with the help of a $5,000 grant provided through SITA Australia’s Community Grant Program. Waste management and recycling company SITA Australia, alongside the State Member

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September 5, 2014

Surplus food gets a SecondBite

People in need across Melbourne’s outer suburbs now have access to new sources of fresh produce, thanks to a financial grant by waste and recycling company SITA Australia. SecondBite is one of Victoria’s leading providers of nutrition services to the State’s most vulnerable residents.

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September 3, 2014

Clowning around delivers smiles to kids

A special kind of medicine was delivered today at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, thanks to a financial grant by waste and recycling company SITA Australia. ‘The Clown Doctors’ provide sick children in hospital with a unique medicinal treatment; fun, smiles and laughter. Thanks to a $4,368

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September 2, 2014

Currumbin Koalas to have access to life saving equipment

With 250 koalas injured around Currumbin each year the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital has received a grant for a new intensive care unit. Waste management and recycling company, SITA Australia, alongside Jonathon Fisher, CEO Currumbin Wildlife Hospital and City of Gold Coast Councillor Chris Robbins presented the $4,004 cheque at the event on

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August 15, 2014

Little explorers learn about the three R’s of the environment

Building worm farms, feeding chickens, gardening, art, craft, songs and games; that’s what a morning is like for children at the Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living. Located in Mount Annan the Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living (MCSL) provides a fun and relaxed place for locals to learn how

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August 12, 2014

New playground excites Clermont children

SITA Australia presented St Joseph’s School Parents and Friends Association with a $5000 SITA Community Grant to assist with a brand new playground for the children of Clermont. SITA is proud to support an initiative, which will encourage active play for more than 117 students, 23 staff and 75 families, some of

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