The Caddyshack Project presents an annual awards program to recognise and acknowledge individuals and services within the Illawarra and Shoalhaven that are making a significant contribution to the sexual health and well-being of our communities.
Award – This award
recognises the achievement by an individual working within the Health or
Community Services sector in the promotion of sexual health.
– This award recognises
the achievement by a service in promoting sexual health within their service,
or broader community.
This award recognises a
project designed and implemented by an individual or a service aiming to
improve the sexual health and well-being of individuals or communities.
Innovators Encouragement Award – This award recognises individuals or services who have developed
a new or innovative project or activity to promote sexual health within their
service, to clients or the community. In particular the individual or service
may be new in the field, or have overcome individual or organisational barriers
to progress sexual health.
Please submit the attached form to make
a nomination. Closes Friday 25th October 2019.
To celebrate World Food Day and Climate Change Week, join us and other foodies for an evening of connection, nourishment and inspiration over a feast of local and ethically sourced food.
Our actions are our future!
The evening will feature a number of expo stalls, interactive
demonstrations, the screening of the brand new and inspiring film 2040 (Damon Gameau,
the director of That Sugar Film), and a panel of local guest speakers.
Get involved involved If interested in hosting an expo stall / information display at the event regarding any fair food related activities, please get in contact with Berbel Franse (email@example.com or 02 4283 8111)
Disability support & more info The event is accessible for people with a disability and supports will be provided upon request by COB Monday 7th Oct. Contact Berbel Franse (firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 4283 8111)
Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger is more than just addressing hunger. And there are many opportunities to get involved in changing the food system together, so we look forward connecting with you!
The Department of Communities and Justice, or DCJ Scholarship Program (formerly the FACS Scholarship Program) helps young people to finish their education and reach their full potential.
Students can use their scholarship for educational, support related or living expenses in the 2020 academic year. This can include text books, tutoring, medical needs or childcare costs – among other things.
Eligibility is as follows:
living in social housing, which includes:
living in public housing, including Aboriginal housing
being on the NSW Housing Register (wait list)
receiving private rental assistance from DCJ (not Centrelink)
receiving a Rent Choice product (Start Safely, Youth, Veterans, Transition)
living in community housing/Aboriginal community housing
living in housing provided by a Local Aboriginal Land Council
living in Supported Accommodation through a Specialist Homelessness Service Provider (Homeless Youth Assistance, Crisis/Immediate, Transitional Housing)
living in out-of-home care, which includes:
statutory out-of-home care
supported out-of-home care
voluntary out-of-home care
studying in one of the following:
year 10, 11 or 12 at a NSW high school or equivalent at a TAFE college
a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship
a VET subject at a NSW high school in 2020.
What are the application dates? Applications opened at 9am on Monday, 16 September 2019.
Applications close at 5pm on Thursday, 31 October 2019 for year 10, 11 or 12 students,
For returning applicants at TAFE, university or in a traineeship or apprenticeship, the deadline for a student to provide their letter of offer for a course is 21 February 2020.
It includes: an A3 poster factsheet for new applicants factsheet for returning applicants applicant guidelines social media images to share online promotional videos. Please share this information with the young people you work with and your networks, and help us spread the word.
This year, The Disability Trust will be hosting the Your Voice
Your Choice Self Advocacy Conference for people with a disability, parents and
carers, and service providers on 14th and 15th October 2019 at Novotel
Northbeach. The theme is choice and control and excitingly will feature
Australian Paralympian and media personality, Dylan Alcott OAM as the keynote
the Your Voice Your Choice National Self Advocacy Conference, you can learn
from others who are leading life their way and getting the most out of their
NDIS plans. The Conference will feature a range of topics and workshops that
will inform individuals on initiatives within tailoring their NDIS plans to
their personal needs.