Supporting Our Community through Western Emergency Relief Network
A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will ensure the Western Emergency Relief Network has the support they need to support vulnerable people in the Kororoit community.
Western Emergency Relief Network makes a difference to those in our community who are in need, by providing emergency relief and assistance through their Member Welfare Agencies.
If re-elected Labor will provide a $200,000 grant for Western Emergency Relief Network to continue to deliver valuable services and programs to the community.
Western Emergency Relief Network is run and staffed by volunteers and supported by generous individuals, organisations and businesses, making sure this vital organisation continues to meet the needs of clients in the northern and western regions of Melbourne.
By continuing to invest in what matters, we will help secure the future of this important community organisation.
That’ll mean more locals will be better supported by the Western Emergency Relief Network’s dedicated and hardworking volunteers.
We’ll make sure they are well-equipped to help local families and members of the community, ensuring every Victorian gets the help and support they need, when they need it.
The Labor Government has always delivered on what matters for local communities, ensuring neighbourhoods have accessible wellbeing and support services close to home.
Labor is doing what matters – backing the important community organisations that help us all.
Quotes attributable to the Labor Candidate for Kororoit Luba Grigorovitch
“Western Emergency Relief Network is a vital service run by the community, for the community – this $200,000 grant will ensure its dedicated volunteers can continue to serve Kororoit and the western suburbs.”
“I’m proud of Labor’s track-record of supporting volunteers to promote, support and strengthen community organisations and the locals who rely on them.”