Queen of Hearts Community Foundation Announces New Board Members
Queen of Hearts Community Foundation announces the appointment of new members to the Board of Directors for 2017-2018.
Joining the Board is Michael Creed, Carol Bennett, Luke Witten, Samantha Crisford-Eade, Natalie Ballard, Joh Dickens, Emaleigh Zahabe and Glenn Anthoney.
“All eight of our newest Board members embody the spirit of community and bring talent, expertise and energy to the table. We are very fortunate to have them by our side as we continue to strengthen community in Penrith and Western Sydney. ”, Michele Ellery, Founding Executive Director.
Michael Creed, Queen of Hearts Chairperson, has served on numerous boards across Western Sydney over a number of years including having served as an elected representative at a local government level. He has been an adviser to a number of State and Federal members of parliament as well as working in the private sector.
“My own personal childhood experience is the core reason why I am excited and grateful to be apart of the Queen of Hearts Foundation and is determined to make the foundation the best it can be, so it continues to help those in our community that need it the most.” Michael Creed.
The Queen of Hearts Community Foundation is a registered charity that provides Trauma informed practice Counselling, Case Management and advocacy to the community who have experienced Domestic Violence and/or trauma from childhood sexual abuse in the Penrith Local Government Area and it’s immediate surrounds. Currently Penrith is the second highest area for reported cases of Domestic Violence and Child sexual abuse.
For more information about the Queen of Hearts Community Foundation contact us 1300 856 737 or email [email protected].