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Heart Foundation moves to Docklands

28 Feb 2018

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Australia’s leading heart health charity has found a new home at 850 Collins St Docklands, after 10 years of being in the CBD.

Heart Foundation Victoria’s CEO Kellie-Ann Jolly said more than 100 staff moved into the five-star green building at the end of Collins St late last year.

“Our new office provides enough space for the team to work together on one floor and continue our work in research, prevention and care for all Australians suffering from heart disease,” Ms Jolly said.

“The building is also very accessible for our staff, volunteers and supporters. It offers fantastic end-of-trip facilities for people who walk or cycle, and is close to public transport, parks and retailers.”

Ms Jolly said the Heart Foundation supported healthy built environments that enabled communities to lead healthy lives by staying active and maintaining a healthy diet, so Docklands was the perfect choice.

“Staff have been out and about discovering the neighbourhood and sharing tips on where to get coffee, have lunch or go for a walk,” she said.

“We love our new location and look forward to getting to know our residential and corporate neighbours.”

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