Maiden Gully students get a boost

MAIDEN Gully Primary School will build a new outdoor play and learning area with a $1200 grant from the Telstra's Kid Fund. 

The school is one of 625 community non-profit organisations across the country to benefit from the Telstra foundation's commitment to supporting local communities. 

Telstra Country Wide Northern Victoria area general manager Steve Tinker said the grants had a positive impact on children's lives and left a lasting legacy for future generations. 

"Over the past 12 years Telstra’s Kids Fund has provided $8.8 million to help over 7600 local organisations across Australia better support, educate and encourage children," he said. 

"We are proud to be able to help local groups, such as Maiden Gully Primary School, support the skills, talents and development of children.

"We fund these projects because they add value to the lives of the children who participate, their families and the wider community."

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