Smartline Mortgage Advisers donated $1000 to Crosslinks to buy drums

Gary Liebregts and Crosslinks music program participant Anthea bashing out some African beats.
Gary Liebregts and Crosslinks music program participant Anthea bashing out some African beats.

SMARTLINE Personal Mortgage Advisers has donated $1000 to Crosslinks Inc. as a community grant.

The grant has bought 12 Djembe drums for the organisation’s community music program.

“Music connects everyone and crosses every boundary no matter what language and no matter what ability,” Crosslink’s business development officer Elizabeth Small said.

“Many of the people we support are non-verbal and drumming is an activity that provides them stimulation, self-expression and a resonating connectedness with others.”

After his visit to Crosslinks this month, Smartline personal mortgage adviser Gary Liebregts said he was very happy to see the grant provide real outcomes for community groups .

“Giving back is a big part of the Smartline’s culture from on going donations to dedicating personal time to help charities close to our heart.”

Smartline donates $10 dollars from every loan organised to a range of charities such as Feed the Children Australia and Cancer Council Relay for Life.