In June last year the Mazda Foundation Australia were asking for expressions of interest from community based organisations involved in supporting elderly people and their carers, in particular projects seeking to address social isolation. We submitted our project notification and were notified by the Mazda Foundation in December that we were to take delivery of two Madza 3 sedans.
We are overwhelmed and extremely grateful to the Mazda Foundation for their generosity and on behalf of CCMT and our community we thank you wholeheartedly. This takes the pressure off a little knowing we will not need to purchase any new cars until the end of this year or early next year.
The promise of $120,000 from Warren Truss Federal Member for Wide Bay and Deputy Prime Minister to build our own premises has indeed come to fruition. Early in the new year we should have news on where our new home will be however until then it’s business as usual.
All refreshed after the Christmas break and ready for another busy year, we send a big thank you to the community, local organisations and service clubs who have been incredibly generous with donations throughout 2013. Last but not least, we must thank our volunteers who continue doing a wonderful job helping their community.
Would you like to become a volunteer ?
If anyone feels that they are able to give some of their time and would enjoy interacting with fellow volunteers and others in the community who are in need of help, then our organisation would like to hear from you. All enquiries and bookings please contact our office. Office Hours Monday -Friday 8.30am -12.30pm 5/6 Scullett Drive Cooloola Cove Phone 5486 2488
Steve Byrne from Madill’s Mazda is hands over the keys to Treasurer Kay Brooke and President Anne Morris