Newcastle and Hunter Region Transport Awareness Day
Mackas Sand and Soil are sponsors of the Newcastle and Hunter Region Transport Awareness Day. All the proceeds from the Awareness campaign and events are given to the Rescue Helicopter Service.
Chad Griffith, Marketing Manager for the Rescue Helicopter Service said, “Corporate sponsors are the life force for the communities own Rescue Helicopter Service that help ensure that the fundraising targets are met so that no one has ever had to pay to utilise the service.”
The event is currently held on the first Sunday of November each year. The Newcastle and Hunter Region Road Transport Awareness Day Group (NHRRTAG) was formed back in 1994. It was started by a small collection of individuals from within the local industry under direction from the Road Transport Forum (now known as the Australian Trucking Association) to seek to promote greater awareness and knowledge about the road transport industry and its position within the community. The First Road Transport Awareness Day activity was held in Civic Park Newcastle with a small number of trucks on display. For more about this day, click here – www.transportawarenessday.org.au.
Clip from the great race. View here
We donated $500.00 for the support ‘Learning to Fly’ that had taken part on the 28th August on a epic journey travelling through bathurst to Taree via Dubbo. This event raised funds for children affected by kidney disease.
Donations can be made via everyday hero website.
Thank you for your support of the Special Children’s Christmas Party and through us, your support of up to 1,200 local families. It’s your generosity that allows us to create magic for these children and their families and gives them the opportunity to have fun and make wonderful memories.
We hade the please of donating 3 Bales 742, 743, 744 that was collected by Ben Niland – Community of Medowie to collect the bales on behalf of Rural Aid Ltd.
The Port Stephens Cup Racing for Riley 30 June 2018
(DBS) is a neurosurgical procedure introduced in 1987. costing 35,000 to ensure there dad has quality of life.