…to the Illawarra Interagency
Facilitated by Shellharbour and Kiama Councils our interagency is open to anyone with an interest in supporting the well-being of people who live, work or play in the Wollongong, Shellharbour, Kiama and Shoalhaven Local Government Area’s.
Meetings are held via zoom on the fourth Wednesday of every second month (Feb, April, June, August, Oct & Nov), from 2:00pm to 4.00pm.
The Illawarra Interagency brings representatives from community service agencies together and allows the opportunity to network, build partnerships and take action. Members include; but are not limited to; Community organisations, Community groups & associations, Service club, Chambers of commerce, Churches, and Government agencies
The six main goals of the Interagency are; active participation, communication and networking, collaborative partnerships, resources and sustainability, professional development, advocating and lobbying.
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Find out what others are doing in the Illawarra Community Services Industry and share information about your own projects, programs, and activities on the Illawarra Interagency blog.
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