Kids will ben­e­fit

Central and North Burnett Times - - WELCOME - Noel Thomp­son noel.thomp­son@cnbtimes.com.au

IT’S a bonny new job and a brand new ser­vice that is about to start in the North Bur­nett.

Well-known so­cial worker Bon­nie Tre­van­ion has been signed up by Save The Chil­dren.

Save The Chil­dren in­vests in child­hood – ev­ery day, in times of cri­sis and for their fu­ture, in the United States and around the world.

Early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion of­ten fo­cuses on learn­ing through play, based on the re­search and phi­los­o­phy.

Mrs Tre­van­ion said the Save The Chil­dren or­gan­i­sa­tion would be break­ing new ground in the Bur­nett and try­ing to plug some of the holes that peo­ple may be fall­ing through.

“We are ded­i­cated to en­sur­ing ev­ery child has the best chance for suc­cess,” she said.

“Our pi­o­neer­ing pro­grams give chil­dren a healthy start, the op­por­tu­nity to learn and pro­tec­tion from harm.

“Our ad­vo­cacy ef­forts pro­vide a voice for chil­dren who can­not speak for them­selves.”

Save The Chil­dren works through­out the world with other or­gan­i­sa­tions such as World Vi­sion for the ben­e­fit of chil­dren, their safety and well­be­ing.

Mrs Tre­van­ion said she would be work­ing and co-or­di­nat­ing play group style ac­tiv­i­ties through­out the Bur­nett.

She said she would be work­ing along­side a qual­i­fied early child­hood ed­u­ca­tor.

“I will be en­gag­ing with chil­dren and their par­ents for great out­comes, un­der­stand­ing and sup­port,” Mrs Tre­van­ion said.

“I am work­ing for a world-lead­ing ex­pert on chil­dren’s needs.

“Save The Chil­dren in­spires and achieves last­ing im­pact for mil­lions of the world's most vul­ner­a­ble girls and boys.”

Save The Chil­dren’s tenor is: by trans­form­ing chil­dren's lives now, we change the course of their fu­ture and ours.

Bon­nie Tre­van­ion Save The Chil­dren in­spires and achieves last­ing im­pact for mil­lions of the world's most vul­ner­a­ble girls and boys.

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