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​PCYC Gladstone to benefit from B2B

Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) is excited to announce Gladstone PCYC as the major community beneficiary for this year’s Botanic to Bridge.

Funds raised through the ninth annual community event will go towards creating Gladstone PCYC’s YOUth Space drop-in lounge.

Gladstone PCYC Branch Manager Sergeant Dominic Richardson said the initiative aims to create safe, supervised space for the region’s youth.


“We hope the dedicated drop-in lounge encourages young people to participate in PCYC’s programs and activities, and engage with their peers in a positive and constructive way,” Sgt Richardson said.

“It will also foster positive connections and interactions between PCYC staff, mentors, support agency workers and police to encourage and support our vision to contribute to a safe and healthier community for Gladstone.”

GPC CEO Peter O’Sullivan said the Corporation is proud to be supporting an organisation that is making such a difference to the local community.

“Our youth are our future and Gladstone PCYC offers an invaluable service by supporting young people who are at risk, disadvantaged or disengaged,” Mr O’Sullivan said.

“GPC looks forward to watching the YOUth Space succeed and become a permanent youth development program within the PCYC.”


The 2018 Botanic to Bridge major sponsors – Santos GLNG, SMIT Lamnalco and Gladstone Regional Council/Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre - were part of the voting process to choose this year’s community beneficiary.

The community is encouraged to show their support by registering to participate in the 2018 Botanic to Bridge on 19 August.


Caption: (L-R) Gladstone Regional Councillor Glenn Churchill, GECC Manager Carly Quinn, GPC’s People, Community and Sustainability Manager Rowen Winsor, SMIT Lamnalco Administration Coordinator Fiona Stevens, PCYC Gladstone Branch Administration Officer Pam Morrow, GPC CEO Peter O’Sullivan, PCYC Gladstone Branch Manager Sgt Dominic Richardson, Santos GLNG Plant Manager Grant James, Braking the Cycle Program Coordinator Lauren Coles, SMIT Lamnalco General Manager Glenn Wetters.