Over the past year, CHRG, through Castle Hill RSL, Club Parramatta and Lynwood Country Club, is proud of the work we have done with our local domestic violence prevention charities Lisa Harnum Foundation, The Sanctuary and Youth Rezolutions, with the support of the Hills Police Area Command, who are all working tirelessly to bring an end to domestic violence through education and awareness programs and initiatives such as LOVEBiTES training. We are also honoured to be working with Greg Page and Heart of the Nation on AED awareness and deployment in people places.
LOVE BiTES is a Respectful Relationships Education Program for young people aged 11-17 years conducted by the National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (NAPCAN). In response to increased levels of local domestic violence and related social problems, CHRG has sponsored the training of 50+ Local Area Police Officers and other community representatives to participate in the LOVE BiTES Program – enabling them to deliver vital education and support to our young people.
HEART OF THE NATION was founded by Greg Page within months of his sudden cardiac arrest at the Wiggles Bushfire Relief Concert at Castle Hill RSL Club. Heart of the Nation aims to get as many AEDs into the community as possible, as well as acknowledge those businesses, community groups and organisations that have them on site. Having a defibrillator available at the time of a sudden cardiac arrest, as was the case with Greg, increases the chance of survival by around 70%.
CHRG is committed to supporting programs and initiatives that make a difference in the communities where we operate. Being recognised by industry helps educate and inform others, and that is where the power of change truly lies.
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