Wolfdene strives to positively engage with the community through our Wolfdene Community program.
We run a calendar of events to enable residents and visitors to meet some of their neighbours, experience something new and enjoy their surroundings. It’s also an opportunity for us to come along, get to know people and chat about how we can make their neighbourhoods better.
In 2017, we’re working with local council and not-for-profit organisations to expand our investment in the community even wider to help address a range of key social issues.
The Cranbourne West Wolves put the peddle down
The ‘Cranbourne West Wolves’ Human Powered Vehicle team will again peddle for glory at the annual RACV Energy Breakthrough event in late November.
It marks the second year Wolfdene has sponsored the students, who have been in a rigorous training program to give them the best chance of building on their top 50 finish last year.
As well as the physical element, the event provides the opportunities for students, teachers, and parents to work together to explore solutions to environmental and transport issues and to respect and care for the environment.
In 2016, Wolfdene provided Cranbourne West Primary School with a brand-new vehicle for the race, we continued our support in 2017 with new uniforms and general funding for the program.
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Fresh from a break after the World Titles in London, Morgan Mitchell (Wolfdene Community Ambassador) attended a number of local primary schools in the City of Casey to provide an insight into what it takes to be an elite athlete.Read Article
On a typically warm and windy spring day in Point Cook, Wolfdene joined forces with the Wyndham Council and students from nearby Featherbook College to collect 450 litres of rubbish from the ‘Saratoga’ wetlands.Read Article
Wolfdene Community has partnered with local business, Glascott Landscape and Civil, to build a much needed Sensory Garden at Lyndhurst Primary School.Read Article
The Wolfdene Community Program is off to a great start in 2017, partnering again with local school, Cranbourne West Primary for their much-needed Learn to Swim Program.Read Article
After months of practice, the Cranbourne West Wolves flew to the finish line in this year's RACV Energy Breakthrough event, coming in 49th out of 92 teams from all over Victora.Read Article
Last week our Olympic Ambassador, Morgan Mitchell visited local Wolfdene Community schools in both the South East and West areas of Victoria.Read Article
The Cranbourne West Wolves had their first official Human Powered Vehicle meet for the RACV Energy Breakthrough at Casey Fields on October 15.Read Article
As part of Wolfdene Community, the team have been visiting local schools and delivering programs that aim to actively strengthen children's physical and emotional wellbeing. As part of this, we have been running several yoga classes within schools located on the urban fringe.Read Article