Moyne Aged Care Plus Centre is celebrating its exceptional contribution to The Salvation Army Aged Care Plus’ annual Walkathon initiative, with figures released this week revealing it raised $1,015 towards The Freedom Partnership, The Salvation Army’s national initiative to end modern day slavery in Australia.
This year, more than $80,000 was raised for The Freedom Partnership.
More than 600 participants attended 20 Walkathon events held at Aged Care Plus Centre’s across the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales and Queensland.
Moyne Aged Care Plus Centre thanks the local Canowindra community for supporting its Walkathon event and raising funds and awareness for The Freedom Partnership.
The Salvation Army Aged Care Plus partnered with The Freedom Partnership for three years.
In this time, it has hosted 60 Walkathon events spanning the eastern seaboard of Australia, raising a grand total of $240,000.
The Freedom Partnership National Manager, Jenny Stanger said: “To every person and community we cannot thank you enough and want you to know that you have all contributed to rebuilding someone’s life after suffering from modern day slavery,” she said.