- Posted by Author: Joel Preston in Category: Media Releases | 1 min read

A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will ensure the Keysborough Learning Centre is supported to provide a broad range of programs and activities, as well as being fully inclusive and accessible for locals in the South East.

The Keysborough Learning Centre is a learn local registered training organisation offering a variety of accredited and pre-accreditation programs – particularly around vocational training and pathways to employment or further education.

The organisation provides a wide variety of community programs, including emergency food relief, subsidised podiatry, a Men’s Shed, community outreach and social inclusion programs to improve the lives of those in need and their families.

Only a re-elected Labor Government will provide an $80,000 grant to help Keysborough Learning Centre to continue its important work.

Labor is doing what matters – backing the important community organisations that help us all. We will secure the future of this important community organisation.

The Andrews Labor Government has always delivered for local communities, ensuring neighbourhoods have accessible well-being and support services close to home.

Quotes attributable to Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers Colin Brooks

“Labor is delivering what matters for vital community hubs.”

“Building connections is important to local communities –  that’s why we’ve invested in neighbourhood houses right across the state.”

Quotes attributable to the Member for Clarinda, Meng Heang Tak

“The Keysborough Learning Centre is a vital service, that is run by the community, for the community – and this $80,000 grant will ensure that it can continue its great work.”