Resources for Community Choices Champions
We encourage our Champions to use the I’m a Community Choices Champion artwork across their social media channels and online communications to share the good news with local communities. Don't forget to tag Essential Energy in any posts so we can see these.
Residents in the small town of Wooloweyah - population 406 - can feel a little safer knowing their Community Choices Champion funding bought a lifesaving Automatic Public Access Defibrillator (AED) and training for locals. The AED will be kept at Hayman Park, and is available for anyone who might need it.
Eden Community Access Centre Inc
Used their funding to support their outreach program with a new printer. This helps them look after rural and remote locations like Wonboyn, Kiah and Towamba.
Byron Community Centre Pantry
Louise and the team have been busy delivering food to many locals experiencing hardship as a result of COVID-19. Since April, they've supported more than 1,000 families, seniors and stranded international students and most say that the pantry’s deliveries are the difference between eating and going hungry. This shows the value of these community organisations like the Byron Community Pantry, and we were pleased to be able to lend a helping hand through our Community Choices program.