Welcome to our first quarterly eNews. We look forward to sharing news and events with our wonderful community on a more regular basis. We also encourage you to keep in touch, and explore our services on our website or on social media.
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Ecstra’s Response and Recovery grant came at the right time and has bolstered our remote capabilities so we can continue to positively impact vulnerable communities during restrictions brought on by COVID-19.
We would like to acknowledge all the wonderful work that volunteers do. Our team has prepared some simple eLearning courses which can be completed in your own time and are designed to help you improve your skills and knowledge.
There are three courses to choose from. Simply follow the link and click the “PLAY” button on the course of your choice.
Let us know how you go!
- A Healthy You – Understanding Self
- Food Safety
- Diversity and Culture in Healthcare
Sessions and times to be confirmed. This activity is supported through Club Grants Burwood. Please register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch with details. In the meantime, you can check out this video about Auslan from the ABC.
Over two, 2-hour workshops led by Story Factory, students will investigate the challenges, the unexpected joys, the boredom, worries and hopes of these unusual times. “We’re Writing to Say – An Anthology of Young Voices” will be held over two consecutive Thursdays, 1st and 8th October, from 10am to 12pm at the Neighbourhood Centre. Limited places! Click here to find out more. To book your place, please call 02 9744 1866 or email email@example.com.
Spring is here and we are starting a Mini Garden project at the Neighbourhood Centre. We are currently seeking volunteers to help bring the project to life. If you can help, please contact our team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, enjoy this read from the Royal Botanical Gardens: Seven elements of a sensory garden