As graziers in North West Queensland began tackling the enormous task of rebuilding properties shattered from a once-in-a-generation natural disaster, community organisations in the region were able to keep pace with their needs, thanks to many such as the Rural Doctors Association, our Defence Forces and Cloncurry Shire Council.
Two weeks ago, SurePact’s CEO, Megan Avard saw first hand the amazing recovery effort that is achieving great things with Cloncurry Shire Council while visiting to help the Council learn more about SurePact’s software and how it is helping remote and regional Councils in contract delivery.
‘Queenslanders naturally give each other a helping hand in times like these and their generosity in the wake of these floods has been incredible, even for a small community who has been cut off, such as Cloncurry. They still find more that they can do to help people hit by this disaster to get their lives back on track as soon as possible,’ she said.
‘The amazing story of the team effort by the Council’s Dept of Works and Environmental was inspirational to hear as the team coordinated a joint effort by many individuals to prepare and deliver food packages along with the fodder drops organised by the Council in conjunction with the Defence Forces, DAF and many other local services.