Recognised as one of the state’s healthiest municipalities, Manningham Council is seeking expressions of interest from organisations and community leaders to join its Healthy City Working Groups.
Manningham Mayor Cr Andrew Conlon said Manningham was establishing three working groups and seeking people with a passion for health and wellbeing to participate.
“The working groups form part of Council’s broader wellbeing focus and will cover topics such as gender equity, youth mental wellbeing and resilience, and community connectedness,” he said.
“These working groups will support us in developing and delivering initiatives in these areas.”
Nominations are sought from people who live, work or study in Manningham and are interested in the ongoing development of health and wellbeing initiatives within the community.
Thirteen positions are available in each working group with a mix of individual and not-for-profit organisations.
Council encourages a diverse representation of the community including age, gender, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
Expression of interest is open now until Friday 30 March.