Students across Hills District are on their way to becoming the next generation of environmental champions with new funds from the 2023 Woolworths Junior Landcare Grants program. They join more than 1,100 schools and early learning centres across Australia who will be awarded grants to help build and develop hands-on environmental learning projects.
Schools in the Hills District who will be awarded a grant of up to $1,000 include The Hills Community Kindergarten, Maraylya Early Learning Centre, Glenorie Public School, Gingerbread Kindergarten, Winston Mall Children’s Centre, Winston Heights Public School.
Over the years, thousands of schools have used these grants to create interactive projects focused on sustainability and have inspired students to play an active role in the future of their natural environment.
To date, Woolworths has contributed over $5 million to more than 4,900 Junior Landcare projects across Australia and reaching more than 400,000 kids.
For more information on this year’s recipients and to view the complete map of schools, please visit www.juniorlandcare.org.au/woolworthsgrants/map.