ISUZU UTE Australia has provided a new MU-X to child safety education advocates Bruce and Denise Morcombe, continuing to help transport the duo across Australia as they deliver their essential child safety curriculum to children and parents.
Now in the fifth year of the partnership with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation, Isuzu UTE Australia continues to offer support to boost child safety awareness across the country.
“Isuzu UTE take their corporate social responsibility very seriously, especially in the area of child protection, and the Daniel Morcombe Foundation is extremely thankful for their generous sponsorship in providing us with a brand new MU-X,” Bruce Morcombe, the charity co-founder, said.
“For the last five years, we have relied upon Isuzu’s reliability to perform child safety presentations right around the country. From Brisbane to Broome and Ayr to Adelaide, we’ve clocked up an impressive 250,000km with no dramas – they’re the perfect partner for the work we do,” Denise Morcombe added.
The Daniel Morcombe Child Safety Curriculum – and with thanks to the efforts of Queensland’s Department of Education, Training and Employment – educates children on personal safety and awareness, with a strong focus on three key messages: recognise, react and report.
“The amazing and tireless efforts of Bruce, Denise and their Foundation has not only made our communities safer, but saved lives, so being able to play a part in this success gives everyone here at IUA a great sense of pride – helping people who help others is a very easy thing to do,” Dave Harding, IUA’s Assistant General Manager of Marketing and PR, said.