Mulbring woman honoured for community-mindedness
Mulbring’s Bianca Judd has been recognised for her community contributions, being named Cessnock’s 2019 Woman of the Year.
With her husband and children, Ms Judd established The Little Juddies, which coordinates good and gift drives for those in need.
Last Christmas The Little Juddies partnered with Drought Angels to collect 14 tons of presents for drought-affected communities. They have also previously worked for domestic violence victims, the homeless and disaster relief.
“I feel so honoured to be recognised, and honestly would just like to thank everyone so much for their ongoing support of The Little Juddies,” Ms Judd said.
“We wouldn’t be able to do what we do without all of your amazing generosity, support and kindness.”
Member for Cessnock Clayton Barr said that Ms Judd consistently went above and beyond to help those in need.
“It is truly a privilege to be able to acknowledge Bianca’s hard work and her success,” he said.
“It’s the hard work of community heroes like Bianca that serves as an inspiration to women across our community and New South Wales.”