Thank you to Michelle Lensink MLC, Minister for Human Services for officially opening The Haven. Read more
Welcome the Year of the Water Rabbit 🐇🐰
- Are you passionate about making a difference for local people
- Do you believe strong relationships can lead to the best outcomes
- Do you have exceptional communication skills and like working with others
Country North Homelessness Alliance is currently seeking an Expression of interest for Aboriginal consultant based in the Mid and Far North, Yorke Peninsula or Eyre Peninsula regions.
This year we had a very special donation of many bikes and scooters from Greg Nestor's family.
Greg passed away very unexpectedly in April this year. His partner Heather, family and friends wished to continue his love of giving bikes at Christmas to local families. Everyone gave generously at Greg’s ‘Celebration of Life’.
Greg was bike mad.. he loved them, he was racing speedway, and had raced mini bikes and then onto the bigger bikes at the motocross.
Without volunteers we would not be able to offer the full breadth of our amazing services.
Thanks to all our wonderful volunteers and to the many others across the world who reach out and help those most in need, without expecting anything in return ❤️
Black Friday Sales start tomorrow, many stores offer highly promoted sales at discounted prices. On the surface Buy Now Pay Later seems like an attractive alternative, but what is the real cost?
3 questions to ask yourself B E F O R E you put something in your shopping cart:
• Would I buy this if it wasn’t on sale?
• Is it the right time to buy?
• Can I afford it?
Financial counsellors are always here to help
Today is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
Uniting Country SA believe that it is an opportunity to stop and think about the fact that gender-based violence can happen to anyone, anywhere, some women and girls are particularly vulnerable - for instance, young girls and older women, women who identify as lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex, migrants and refugees and First Nations women.