Landsdale community group No Limits Perth gets $54,000 Lotterywest grant to help battlers

John & Rosemary Hancock (Realty Force WA), Janine Peak (AAA Storage & Removals Wembley), Suzette van der Heiden (Home Loans in WA), Theodore Seitz (WA Hino), Adele Grobbelaar, Janice Wood, Belinda Hawes (No Limits Perth), Margaret Quirk MLA, Debbie Jordaan (No Limits Perth) Front L-R. Sean (Volunteer), Francois du Toit (Image Signs), Josh Brockhurst (Century21 Team Brockhurst).
John & Rosemary Hancock (Realty Force WA), Janine Peak (AAA Storage & Removals Wembley), Suzette van der Heiden (Home Loans in WA), Theodore Seitz (WA Hino), Adele Grobbelaar, Janice Wood, Belinda Hawes (No Limits Perth), Margaret Quirk MLA, Debbie Jordaan (No Limits Perth) Front L-R. Sean (Volunteer), Francois du Toit (Image Signs), Josh Brockhurst (Century21 Team Brockhurst).

A LANDSDALE-based community group, No Limits Perth, recently received a $54,000 Lotterywest grant.

No Limits Perth helps the less fortunate, victims of domestic violence, vulnerable families and children, the elderly, those affected by fire, new comers and those who are just doing it tough.

Girrawheen MLA Margaret Quirk presented the funds to Janine Wood at one of the group’s larger storage facilities in Wembley.

“The grant of $54,000 will be used to purchase a vehicle to support the collection and delivery of emergency relief and donated goods by No Limits Perth Inc to people in need across Perth,” Ms Quirk said.

She said people could support the group by donating their unused items that were still in good condition or by making a monthly financial donation.

Visit www.nolimitsperth.org.au for more information.

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