NSW Ports and Maroubra SLSC launch 3 year partnership
NSW Ports is delighted to announce a three year partnership with Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC).
Marika Calfas, CEO at NSW Ports and Danny Donohoe, President of Maroubra SLSC launched the partnership at the weekly Nippers session on the sands at Maroubra.
Marika Calfas, NSW Ports CEO said: “NSW Ports aims to help keep our community safe in the coastal areas where we work. Working with Maroubra SLSC is one way NSW Ports is giving back to the community in the form of safety education and support for the vital role surf lifesavers play in our community”.
Danny Donohoe, President of Maroubra SLSC, said: “We are thrilled to connect with NSW Ports as a partner. We share their commitment to community education and beach safety and value their contribution to our local community. This relationship will help us educate Nippers on life saving techniques to help keep the Maroubra community safe at the beach”.
NSW Ports has built a number of links with local schools and relationships with local voluntary organisations including the Australian National Maritime Museum, Port Kembla SLSC and Conservation Volunteers Australia.
(Marika Calfas, CEO of NSW Ports and Danny Donohoe, President of Maroubra SLSC launch 3 year partnership)
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