Kurnell Relief Effort: Keeping our shire safe when it is needed most

AFS to patrol Kurnell Streets until residents can return to their homes.

In consultation with the Sutherland Shire Council and at no charge to residents, Australian Frontline Solutions has extended random patrols to include the entire Kurnell community. Having looked after the shire for 26 years, AFS wants everyone to feel safe this holiday period. The patrols will continue for as long as there is a need.

Managing Director Matt Harrison said “When the  tornado tore through Kurnell many residents suffered loss and damage to their homes. Being shire residents and business owners we decided to do what we could to help out. AFS extended our mobile patrol service to include the streets of Kurnell at no cost to the local residents. We will continue to patrol at Kurnell until the residents can return to their homes”.

AFS is also a designated drop of point for the STATIONARY for KURNELL appeal to assist children affected by the Tornado return to school in the new year.

Sharon Cooper, a former resident of Kurnell as well as student and later teacher at Kurnell Public School initiated the drive to ease the burden on local residents and the children returning to school next year. Anyone wishing to donate stationery for primary school aged children are more than welcome to drop them at the AFS Sydney office.

photo cred: Nic Walker SMH #KurnellTornado #StationaryforKurnell #ShireSafe

AFS: 1300 660 164 27/65-75 Captain Cook Drive, Caringbah, NSW, 2229
AFS office will be closed between the 24th Dec and reopen on the 4th January 2016