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- Adelaide Care Park customers get speedier parking access - 08 Feb 2013
- Care Park Powering Students to Energy Efficient Race Titles - 21 Nov 2012
- Care Park helps make a classic Mother’s Day - 15 May 2012
- Better Parking Accessibility at Marketown - 03 May 2012
- Community benefits with new Cancer Support Centre - 03 May 2012
- Former Moonee Ponds Market gets a Facelift - 02 May 2012
- Care Park Santa spreads Christmas cheer at LGH children’s ward - 03 Jan 2012
- Care Park donations driving charity initiatives - 21 Dec 2011
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Care Park donations driving charity initiatives
Launceston charities have benefitted from a total of nearly $5000 distributed to them this year through Care Park’s Community Charity Initiative Program.
This week Care Park continues with its strong affiliation within the communities it operates and has donated $300 to the Examiner’s Empty Stocking Appeal, $300 to the ABC Giving Tree and $300 to the Harvey Norman Christmas Appeal which this year supports the Tasmanian Police Charity Trust.
Furthermore, Care Park’s Christmas spirit will bring joy to sick children at Launceston General Hospital on Wednesday, December 21, when the Care Park sponsored Santa will deliver Christmas presents to the children’s ward.
During 2011, 16 charities received donations from Care Park in addition to the media Christmas charity drives.
Care Park Tasmania manager Bob Scholz said: “Care Park has dug deep, together with its customers, to help Launceston charities continue to meet the needs of the community.”
Meanwhile, Care Park has selected the charities it will support in 2012 through its Launceston Community Charity Initiative Program which will now enter its fourth year. They are:
Perth Lions Club, Cancer Council Tasmania, St Giles Society, City Mission, Salvation Army, Moonbeam, Cystic Fibrosis Tasmania, Variety the Children’s Charity, Royal Flying Doctor Service Launceston Base , Tasmanian Breast Cancer Support Network, Heart Foundation of Tasmania and Make A Wish Foundation. Each of these charities has been selected as a Care Park charity of the month in 2012 and will receive $300 each from Care Park.
Together with its Launceston Community Charity Initiative Program, Care Park has continued to bring A League soccer action to Launceston with this year’s sponsorship of the Melbourne Victory and Brisbane Roar game at Aurora Stadium.
Bob Scholz said Care Park staff had assisted greatly in supporting the Launceston charities during the year and were looking forward to their support of the city’s charities next year.
“Each of the charities has been very appreciative of our efforts and we want to ensure we continue to give to them to support their work next year,” Bob Scholz said.