The next Illawarra Interagency meeting will be Thursday 2 April at Wollongong Council, Level 9 meeting room, 1.00pm to 3.00pm.
The primary purpose of the Interagency is to provide a forum for service providers to build relationships and work collaboratively to improve outcomes for the Illawarra community.
Membership of the Interagency is open to anyone with an interest in supporting the well-being of people who live, work or play in the Illawarra Region.
This includes, but is not limited to:
- Community organisations
- Community groups and associations
- Services clubs
- Chambers of Commerce
- Government agencies
- Local Members of Parliament (MPs)
What an Interagency meeting agenda includes:
Update from Regional Peak Bodies
- RDA Illawarra
- Illawarra Forum
Flash Mob Project or Issue Pitch
A 5min spot to get up and ask for help or support from Interagency members for a project or issue. Opportunity is then made available during the Information Share to speak in more detail with those interested in assisting.
’10 minute challenge’ – Project showcases, updates and idea pitches
Two 10min guest speakers on a topics or services relevant to Interagency members. Would you like to give a 10min talk? Please get in touch with us either email@example.com or Terri.Rowe@shellharbour.nsw.gov.au
Information Share/Think Tanks
Group sessions to share information, share, connect and discuss issues.
Alzheimer’s Australia, University of Wollongong and Kiama Council invite you to attend a Dementia-friendly Community Information Session.
This session will discuss the important initiatives planned in Kiama to create one of the first dementia-friendly communities in Australia. We expect this to be a popular event, so please RSVP and come along to the meeting and register your interest in the project.
When: Tuesday 29 July from 9.30am to 11.30am
Where: The Pavillion, 2 Bong Bong St, Kiama.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Kylie Watkins Ph. 02 6278 8934
Morning tea will be provided
It has been another busy quarter in the Community Connections department with many events and activities also coming up in the upcoming months. We look forward to working with you and seeing you out and about at these exciting initiatives.
Please forward a copy of this newsletter onto those on your database who you feel may benefit from the information contained in this newsletter.
Welcome to the spring edition of the Community Connections e-Newsletter, from the Community Connections staff at Shellharbour City Council. The aim of this newsletter is to keep you and those that access your services up to date with activities and initiatives happening in your community.
Please click on the below link for all the latest news and upcoming events being brought to you by the very busy Shellharbour City Council Community Connections team.
Thanks and enjoy!
‘Shellharbour Connect’ is a new online hub that allows community and sporting groups / organisations to list their details on an online community directory. The site is also a great opportunity to post information about upcoming projects, events, training and funding happening across the Shellharbour area.
However to make Shellharbour Connect a success we need people like you to use the site & spread the word! So we need Champions from the Community Services sector who will take on the role of maintaining & updating your services profile on the Shellharbour Connect page.
If you would like to become a Shellharbour Connect Champion we can provide extra training & support so you can get the most out of the website!
Please contact us at email@example.com if you want to take this on role! Your community will thank you for it!