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Hetty Johnson, Executive Director Bravehearts, accepts cheque for one thousand dollars from MAIA President Walt Missingham

MAIA Accreditation Program Supports Bravehearts

Hetty Johnson, Executive Director Bravehearts, accepts cheque for one thousand dollars from MAIA President Walt Missingham

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MAIA President, Walt Missingham, recently presented Hetty Johnson (Executive Director Bravehearts) with a cheque for one thousand dollars. Walt commented: “I have long been a supporter of Bravehearts and the vital work that it does. Hetty’s vision, commitment and drive are inspirational. The MAIA Accreditation program is committed to providing a percentage of its income back to Bravehearts and I will be proposing at the AGM of the Australian Kung Fu Wushu Federation that they do the same. Greater levels of Child Protection mechanisms within the martial arts industry is something that I have been advocating for the last ten years and this donation today is a tangible indication of our support, I am confident there will be many more such donations in the future”


Oct 01, 2010 | Category: News