This year it has been more important than ever to seek support given the ongoing social and economic impacts of COVID-19.
Thanks to the Australian Gas Infrastructure Group expanding their Community Partnership Program and increasing funding nationally, FoodShare has been nominated as a Community Partner to help build a brighter future for many.
Australian Gas Networks is part of Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) which is one of Australia’s largest gas infrastructure businesses and distributes natural gas to over 73,0000 customer across Victoria.
The AGIG’s Community Partnerships Program is an important initiative that demonstrates their commitment to being a socially and environmentally responsible business.
Phil Jones, Stakeholder Engagement Advisor and Rachael Tamme, Community Engagement Advisor made the trip from Adelaide to Wodonga to visit the FoodShare warehouse and meet the team behind the busy operation.
After visiting FoodShare Phil Jones said “AGIG has a history of supporting community groups and organisations and, in 2021, is very proud to be working with Albury Wodonga Regional FoodShare to support those in need and help build a brighter future for the region”.
Everyone at FoodShare is very grateful for AGIG’s support to expand the Community Pantry Hamper program.
Image: Phil Jones, Stakeholder Engagement Advisor, Australian Gas Infrastructure Group, Peter Matthews, General Manager, FoodShare and Rachael Tamme, Community Engagement Advisor, Australian Gas Infrastructure Group.