Putting faces to our name

The Connect Health & Community bus fleet at the ready, proudly featuring (l-r) Brian, Miranda and Leesa.

Members of the community will notice some friendly faces getting around town this week, as the extended Connect family is now proudly featured on our community transport busses.

Neera (left) and Noel adorn the other side of the bus.

The beautiful, smiling faces of client, Noel; volunteer, Leesa; volunteer co-ordinator, Neera; and Gamblers Help Southern manager, Brian and his daughter, Miranda, now adorn one of the buses currently helping clients to get to their important appointments.

Noel's front of the bus.

The gang took part in a photo shoot earlier this year, as part of a project to help reflect our connection to the community we work in.  All natural models, the photos came out a treat and will brighten the roads they travel. 

So, keep an eye out, and feel free to give a wave, as our staff continue to get out and about supporting people in our community.

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