Global Diagnostics donates to Westaus Crisis Care
Global Diagnostics has supported WestAus Crisis Care and Welfare Services, by providing much needed equipment for the Healthy School Breakfast Club in the Peel Region. On Monday 28th May 2018, a new chest freezer was donated to Riverside Primary School’s Healthy breakfast club allowing Crisis Care Australia the opportunity to buy and store bulk purchases and enables the program to keep their costs lower.
The Healthy Schools Breakfast Club program aims to promote healthy eating for children attending primary school and those children whose home environment sees them attending school hungry. Currently, Crisis Care serves a healthy breakfast in 13 schools and 11,500 breakfasts per school year, this program is not funded and currently relies on sponsorship and donations.
The staff at Global Diagnostics in Mandurah have also rallied together to raise funds for the program. The raised money will go towards purchasing essential food items for the club. “Global Diagnostics is committed to supporting this program and providing a healthy start for the children in our local community,” said John Duncan, Global Diagnostics General Manager.
Global Diagnostics is committed to providing a comprehensive medical imaging service to the residents of the Peel and South West region. Global Diagnostics has a strong focus on supporting charitable and sporting endeavours in their local communities.
Riverside Primary School Principal, Peter Dunning | Healthy Breakfast Club Coordinator: Kerrie Overell | Volunteers: Terri Towie, Bill Towie, Elias Joslin