New Hope helps to keep Blue Care on the road
14 October 2011
Blue Care’s Lowood/Rosewood and Brisbane Valley Community Care services thanked the New Hope Corporation for their support at a morning tea celebration today.
New Hope’s Chief Operating Officer Bruce Denney said the company was proud to be able to assist Blue Care.
“New Hope’s sponsorship of Blue Care will help cover every day costs like fuel and other necessary items, so Blue Care can continue to deliver its much-needed service to the community,” he said.
Blue Care started as the Blue Nursing Service in 1953 and has grown into one of Australia's leading providers of community health and residential aged care, caring for more than 12,500 people every day.
New Acland mine is owned and operated by the New Hope Group which is part of the New Hope Corporation Limited (NHCL). NHCL is an Australian-owned diversified energy company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
New Hope has been based in Ipswich since its establishment in 1952.