Mine Services to Breakfast Services

Each morning at 7am, Warren Cross – lead Thalanyji Foundation Breakfast Club Mentor- is ready and waiting for Onslow school kids to come in for breakfast before sending them off to school across the road. Without Warren and the Breakfast Club many of these children would miss out on the most important meal of the day and that extra encouragement to go to school. 

The Breakfast Club, delivered by Thalanyji Foundation, has gone from strength to strength since its inception last year. In February 112 breakfasts were delivered and by March that number nearly doubled to 202.

Aside the obvious benefits of a full stomach at school. Higher concentration and reduced disturbance the Onslow Primary School Deputy Principal, Joel Yates, also noted that attendance was up on this time last year due to the Breakfast Club.

Kuuwa Rentals is dedicated to supporting the next generation and ensuring they are able to take advantage of all opportunities. The Breakfast Club creates motivation and encouragement for school children to not only attend school but to actively participate.

Quotes attributed to Wes Chapman, Kuuwa General Manager

‘By supporting the Breakfast Club program, and in turn improving school attendance rates, we are encouraging the children to take advantage of the education available to them.’

“We know education also keeps culture strong and enables future generations to share stories about their community, culture and kinship.”

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Kuuwa Sponsors WA Mining Club

Kuuwa Rentals were proud to sponsor the March 2019 WA Mining Club lunch at the Hyatt, Perth.

We heard from WA’s very own ‘mining influencer’ Dan Lougher, Western Areas CEO, on why nickel isn’t so fickle. It’s an exciting time for nickel. EVs are driving the commodity surge. Couple this with traditional forces such as demand growth and low stocks and we see why there is an accelerated increase for the shiny star.

It was also the launch of STEM unitED which is a great new initiative set to reach up to 6000 students this year with the aim to promote the use of digital technology and develop the skills required by emerging STEM jobs.