Netflow has announced two 23-year partnership with two entities in Melbourne’s west: Western Health, to provide additional support to patients in great hardship; and The Western Bulldogs Community Foundation, to support newly-arrived migrants and refugees.
Western Health is the leading provider of public healthcare, providing a combination of hospital and community-based services to disadvantaged people in Melbourne’s west. Through this partnership, Netflow will support the Greatest Need Project, an initiative aimed at supporting patients experiencing severe disadvantage to the entire area covered by the Western Roads Upgrade.
Jose Espinosa, Netflow Western Roads Upgrade CEO, joined Western Health Foundation Director Julia White and Community Services Manager Cherie Hunter at Footscray Hospital to announce the partnership.
Meanwhile, The Western Bulldogs Community Foundation is the community services arm of the Western Bulldogs Football Club that seeks to fulfil the club mission by improving the quality of life of people living in Melbourne’s west. In this case, Netflow will support the Ready SETTLE Go program. The long-term partnership will deliver settlement and employability services to an additional 130 new migrants and refugees each year across western Melbourne, including the entire Western Roads Upgrade project area.
Jose Espinosa and board members joined Western Bulldogs Community Foundation Chair Gaye Hamilton and General Manager Kashif Bouns to announce the partnership at one of the Ready SETTLE Go employment tours.
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