Centacare ‘Blown Away’ by Playground Pledge

Riverland Water brings joy to child victims of domestic violence

Riverland Water will donate $10,000 to Centacare to assist with the development of a new playground at the Berri facility operated by the Riverland Domestic Violence Service.

The funds were raised at Riverland Water’s annual Golf Day, an event that highlights the company’s commitment to community development activities in the region. Riverland Water is a joint venture between TRILITY and AMP Capital.

Riverland Water Chairman Merv Peacock said the company in collaboration with its clients and contractors had raised in excess of $40,000 for community projects in the region over the past five or so years.

“Each year we select a group or organisation to support and we’re always delighted to see the difference our donations will make,” Mr Peacock said.

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