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Presenting your 2021 Westfield Local Heroes

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

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 Coomera Local Heroes are:

Bryce U'Ren

Super Max & Bryce
Caring. Dedicated. Genuine

Bryce U’Ren is a Gold Coast boy on a mission to share love, hope, happiness and comfort with children receiving cancer treatment across Australia and New Zealand. Bryce founded the Super Max & Bryce project, a simple yet innovative idea of gifting children with cancer a small turtle night light designed specifically for children in treatment. He makes regular visits to cancer wards and has brightened children’s days with 5,000 lights so far.

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Joseph Te Puni-Fromont

Everthing Suarve Inc.
Kind. Selfless. Devoted

Joseph Te Puni-Fromont is helping young people turn their lives around and find employment. As the co-founder of Everything Suarve in Ormeau, he takes participants through a 10-week Big Brother program that includes Australian Government FSK workforce ready certificates. Everyone is nurtured according to their learning style, behaviour and wellbeing needs. Police or the courts refer most students.

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Kerri Underwood

Coomera State School
Dedicated. Motivated. Selfless

Coomera teacher Kerri Underwood has devoted the past 30 years to the students at Coomera State School. Kerri was a driving force behind the daily breakfast club, so no child starts school hungry. She co-founded the national Dream a Better World Film Festival for primary school students. And when the need arose, she put her hand up to be president of the P&C, helping to provide much-needed resources for the school.

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

Jennifer Turnbull from LJ’s Mamas Helping Mamas
Jennifer (Jenny) Turnbull has 26 years of experience as a foster carer, and now she is making a difference through her support network for other foster carers. She co-founded LJ’s Mamas Helping Mamas, which gives relief to carers by supplying them with essentials like nappies, wipes, clothing, cots, and prams.

Noel Roberts from The Twin Rivers Centre
Noel Roberts is solving food poverty in his local community by providing free and low-cost healthy food to over 300 families a day. For 25 years, Noel’s The Twin Rivers Centre has supported families struggling to provide for their children.

Wesley Johansen from Jacobs Well Volunteer Marine Rescue
Wesley Johansen keeps the community safe on the water as a volunteer for Jacobs Well Marine Rescue. He is also a dedicated first responder for the Queensland Ambulance Service, providing vital medical care to people on boats, the Bay Islands, and the local area until paramedics arrive.


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

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