MACA supports local food relief
Baw Baw Shire’s road maintenance contractor MACA Infrastructure is keen to support community organisations.
The company recently officially opened its Yarragon depot and at the same time presented a $2500 donation to Baw Baw Combined Churches Food Relief.
MACA business development manager Mario Pisani said the company was keen to be a part of the community and support organisations.
He said he visited Food Relief and met with manager Anne Pascoe. “I was inspired by what they were doing.”
“It’s all about giving back to our community. We really want to give back to our community,” he said.
MACA recently opened an administration office at its Yarragon.
Just into the third year of its contract with Baw Baw Shire, Mr Pisani said while they had established the Yarragon depot the administration office was off-sire.
“We built an office building at the depot to ensure we get the best results out of our services,” he said.
Mayor Joe Gauci depot office. officially opened the
Right: MACA board director Geoff Baker and none executive director Robert Ryan (back) present the cheque to Baw Baw Food Relief’s Anne Pascoe and Jan Davidson.