Southport State School students are the first to benefit from GoldLinQ’s Love Learning campaign.
The campaign, which was launched by Minister for Education Mr John Paul Langbroek and Goldlinq on Friday, aims to provide opportunities for local kids and create partnerships between GoldLinQ and local schools.
GoldLinQ CEO, Phil Mumford said the Love Learning brand was developed to align with the project’s innovative Love Our City business support program.
“It will provide a lasting legacy by connecting students, the public transport users of the future, with Queensland’s first light rail system,” he said.
“Southport State School is just one partner in the Love Learning initiative as GoldLinQ rolls out opportunities across the Gold Coast in the coming years.”
Six more community grants valued up to $2,000 will be announced soon, with two further rounds available in 2013.
Southport State School will use the money to line mark their new outdoor basketball court.