Transgrid partners with ErinEarth and Carevan to support local communities

19 January 2021

Funding from TransGrid’s Community Partnership Program has enabled ErinEarth native garden and The Carevan Foundation to provide vegetables and hot meals for disadvantaged local communities.

ErinEarth is a not-for-profit that focuses on environmental education, with a particular emphasis on helping people to live more sustainably at home. The Wagga Wagga based organisation used the financial grant to establish a small vegetable garden on site, with the vegetables being used as ingredients for meals prepared and delivered by Carevan.   
Watch this video to learn more about this partnership:

Our Community Partnerships Program is designed to benefit communities in areas where our assets are located or under development. Applications for funding open twice a year and details are posted on the TransGrid website