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VAST BRIEF: EON Foundation works to improve outcomes for children in remote communities. Photo: EON Foundation

EON collaborates to deliver solid nutritional foundation

A Western Australian not-for-profit group has taken a collaborative approach to ensure a shortage of funding doesn’t jeopardise its work with indigenous children and remote communities.

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23 Abbott Road, Perth Airport
Foodbank WA is also still providing an on the ground presence in remote schools around the state through its School Breakfast Program and Food Sensations cooking and nutrition education program. Funding provided by the WA Government is ensuring this will continue for the foreseeable future. The partnership with EON has been a valuable one.

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