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Presenting your 2021 Westfield Local Heroes

We are excited to announce your three 2021 successful Westfield Local Heroes for Carindale.

Each of the affiliated organisations of the successful heroes will be awarded a $10,000 grant to support their work to thrive. Westfield will award 126 grants across Australia and New Zealand – totalling $1.26 million.

For further information or to discover the Westifield Local Heroes at other Westfield centres, visit the Westfield Local Heroes website.

Your three Westfield Carindale Local Heroes are:

Horowai Rameka

Redland Community Centre - Homeless United
Heroic. Kind. Generous

Horowai Rameka was homeless when he started helping other people sleeping rough as a volunteer with the Redland Community Centre. He is now a paid employee and has helped over 200 homeless people into their own homes and also supports people to find paid work.

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Lloyd Clarke

Small Steps 4 Hannah Foundation
Selfless. Inspirational. Survivor

Lloyd Clarke established the Small Steps 4 Hannah Foundation after his beloved daughter Hannah and her children became tragic victims of domestic violence. Lloyd and his wife, Suzanne, now give talks in Hannah’s memory about the red flags for coercive control. They did not know about coercive control and want to make others aware.

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Peter Breen

The Stairwell Project: Jugglers Art Space
Inspiring. Generous. Compassionate

Former radiographer Peter Breen had a vision to bring professional musicians to hospital wards to bring comfort to seriously ill patients, their families and staff. His innovative social enterprise, The Stairwell Project, has soothed thousands of patients undergoing aggressive treatments or during their final hours.

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We congratulate our finalists and recognise the important contribution they make to the local community.

Allan Prestwood from Southern Moreton Bay Islands Coastcare Inc.
Allan Prestwood has helped make his local community more beautiful since co-founding Southern Moreton Bay Islands Coastcare. His constant litter patrols have encouraged others to follow his lead, with rubbish reducing despite a growing population.

Kimberley Robertson from Redlands Special Olympics
Kimberley Robertson was 16 when she started volunteering at Redlands Special Olympics. Over the past 10 years, she has coached over 100 athletes with an intellectual disability to achieve their sporting dreams at local and national competitions.

Sabeel Burgess from Open Haven Ltd
Sabeel Burgess felt compelled to act when she discovered four women who she knew were experiencing domestic violence. In 2017 she set up Open Haven to provide the practical help survivors need to get back on their feet after leaving a shelter.

If you need support, please phone Lifeline: 13 11 14

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