NEWS

Bodangora Wind Farm Behind Budding Soccer Players

20 June 2018

Brimming with renewable energy, the Infigen Blades Under 6 Soccer Team are the epitome of what the Bodangora Wind Farm represents.

The youngsters are among the latest recipients of Infigen Energy’s winter sponsorship, and arguably the cutest!

Bodangora Wind Farm project manager Stuart Black said that the funding is part of Infigen’s ongoing commitment to the local community.

“Our aim is to make a difference through positive contributions in the community, to foster lasting relationships and to forge affiliations with sporting and cultural organisations,” he said.

“As the Infigen Blades could attest, playing sport is an excellent way to meet new friends, stay fit and have a lot of fun. We wish them well for the rest of the season.”

Other sponsorship recipients in the latest round include Wellington Eisteddfod, Wellington Junior Rugby, Wellington Golf Club, and the Wellington Public School Breakfast Club.

Infigen Energy is also contributing to the local area through the Community Benefit Fund, now in its second round.

“This fund will make a real difference to community projects in Wellington with $1.25 million earmarked for the Community Benefit Fund for the first 25 years of operation,” Mr Black said.

“It is very pleasing that the first contributions from the Community Benefit Fund have had a direct financial benefit for community groups and not-for-profit organisations that work so hard to make a difference.”

“We look forward to seeing what the second round will bring.”

Applications are open until 5pm, Monday, 2 July 2018.

The application forms are available here.

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