NHP is pleased to announce its partnership with a local not-for-profit organisation, Southern Cross Kids’ Camps (SCKC).

NHP Chief Marketing Officer, Geoff Thorp, said, “This affiliation is one we are very proud of and, as part of our overall community engagement commitment, places us in a position to give back to the community with a charitable organisation whose guiding principles align closely with our own.”

NHP’s support will enable SCKC in their quest to run a network of camps for disadvantaged kids aged 7-11 years old who have been child victims of abuse, domestic violence and neglect.

These carefully organised events inject positivity, a sense of stability and a happy experience into the lives of these underprivileged children. Not only are the activities conducted throughout the camps fun, but there are also targeted undertones which provide educational lessons, guidance and life skills.

SCKC General Manager, Peter Lusk, said, “At Southern Cross Kids’ Camps, we provide a week of happy memories for kids who have been subjected to abuse and neglect.

“We really appreciate NHP’s commendable generosity to not only us, but supporting causes that benefit the broader community, with no direct benefit to themselves. It empowers us to do what we do best, and that is serve the kids in our community who are most in need.”

In October 2017, in support of SCKC and its 10 year anniversary, NHP will be major sponsors of the 2017 ‘Out of the Rough’ Golf Day in an effort to raise funds to continue and further enhance its charitable offerings. The event will be held at one of Australia’s leading golf courses, Huntingdale Golf Club, on the famous Melbourne Sandbelt.

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Lauren brings a fresh approach to content. While she’s previously written for publications as diverse as Australian Geographic, The Border Watch and Girlfriend, she’s found her true passion in her current role as an editor in the world of energy and infrastructure trade magazines.

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