Support Good360 and Our Members in Westfield Local Heroes Voting

Good360 Founder and Managing Director, Alison Covington is a finalist in the Westfield Local Hero program, details here (! Westfield Local Heroes are nominated by their communities, and the outcome of the public vote determines three successful 2020 winners for every Westfield centre. Each of the three successful winners affiliated organisations are awarded a $10,000 grant to support their work.

This is an amazing program by Westfield allowing the community to engage with local individuals doing great work, whilst also raising money for charities, schools and community organisations.

 With over 2,000 Good360 member charities and schools Australia wide, there are 46 organisations with Westfield Local Hero finalists – we have a lot of heroes in our community! We wanted to take this opportunity to ask you to support these Local Heroes.

Below are the 46 Good360 members who you can vote to support as a Westfield Local Hero. Please note voting closes next Monday, September 14, 2020.


Michelle BARCLAYCanberra Community LawVote

New South Wales

Laya SLAVINOur Big Kitchen LtdVote
Abla KADOUSIslamic Womens Welfare AssociationVote
Jenny SMITHRaise Foundation (The Trustee For)Vote
Lucy JONESNeuroblastoma Australia IncorporatedVote
Cate TURNERThe Older Women’s Network NSW IncVote
Margaret SKAGIASCaringKidsVote
Tracey AYTONLittle Heroes Swim Academy LimitedVote
Jeni HAYESMission Australia – Youth Homelessness SolutionsVote
Pauline ROGERSRaise Foundation (The Trustee For)Vote
Wendy ESCOTTStudio ARTESVote
Dragana BOZINOVSKI3 Bridges Community Limited – PenshurstVote
Myrna DOMINGUEZAutism Advisory and Support ServiceVote
Elizabeth WICKSThe Smith FamilyVote
Sarah MROSSDandelion Support Network IncorporatedVote
Geoff VICKERSSpecial Olympics AustraliaVote
Tinonui ISAIARap 4 ChangeVote
Gary PONTIFEXSydney Children’s Hospital FoundationVote
Alison Marie JONESAuburn Diversity Services IncorporatedVote
Belinda LEONARDNordoff-Robbins Music Therapy AustraliaVote
Tricia HITCHENThe Haven – Nepean Women’s ShelterVote
Julia SHOESMITHWentworth Community HousingVote
Shazia MIASettlement Services InternationalVote
Honae MACNEILLOne Meal – It Makes a Difference IncorporatedVote


Elena GOSSEWomen’s Legal ServiceVote
Zoe REHBEINChildren’s Tumour Foundation of AustraliaVote
Zoe SCHARENGUIVELFriends with Dignity LimitedVote
Judy NYPOzHarvest Gold CoastVote
Nicolle EDWARDSRizeUp LimitedVote
Julia McKENNAFriends with Dignity LimitedVote
Amy O’ROURKEChildren’s Tumour Foundation of AustraliaVote
John TAYLORAdventist Development & Relief Agency AustraliaVote

South Australia

Peter BIBERGrandparents For Grandchildren Sa IncVote
Leigh AITKENOperation Flinders Foundation Inc.Vote
Melanie TATEPuddle Jumpers IncorporatedVote
Samuel WEAVERSChildhood Cancer Association IncVote
Arman ABRAHIMZADEHZahra Foundation AustraliaVote


Matthew HAYYouth Insearch Foundation – VictoriaVote
Jayne CLARKEBig Group Hug LtdVote
Sally BEARDBackpacks 4 VIC KidsVote
Darcey BALHASYouth Insearch Foundation – VictoriaVote
Simone ANDERSONHelping Hands Mission Inc.Vote
Robbie HENDRYTaskForce Community Agency IncVote

Western Australia

Donna ROBERTSChildren’s Tumour Foundation of AustraliaVote

Best of luck to all our members who are involved! If you have not yet voted for Alison and you wish to do so you can vote here.

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