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Release Of PeakCare’s Annual Report For 2021-22

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PeakCare is pleased to release our Annual Report for 2021-22. Two versions of the report have been produced.

The first is what we call our ‘techno-cool’ version which, through the use of some technological wizardry courtesy of PeakCare’s Jennifer Inoue, makes it a very on-trend and engaging read. Make sure that you view the ‘down memory lane’ slide show of the eNews graphics that highlight the news we thought worthy of drawing to your attention during 2021-22, and marvel at the inserted video that illustrates the glamour and glitz of PeakCare’s 2022 Awards Ceremony and, very importantly, pays homage to the recipients of our Awards. Make sure to have ‘sound on’ your device!

The second is the tried and true ‘traditional version’It may be a more sedate version, but nevertheless just as informative and it also contains lots of pictures. Check it out – there may be a picture of you.

For the ultimate experience, view both versions.

Appointment of PeakCare Board Members for 2023

At PeakCare’s Annual General Meeting held on 16th December 2022, the following people (in alphabetical order) were appointed to the PeakCare Board:

  • Jo Allen-Keeling (yourtown)
  • Vivien Bull (UnitingCare)
  • Michael Currie (The Benevolent Society)
  • Kym Langill (Mercy Community), and
  • Tom McIntyre (Act for Kids).

They now join the sitting members, Carly Jacobitz (Life Without Barriers) and Carol Ronken (Bravehearts) on the Board.

PeakCare congratulates the newly elected Board Members.

Our sincere appreciation is extended to all candidates who stood for election to the Board. We thank you and your organisations for your continuing support of PeakCare.

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