On Friday Carramar Early Childhood Education & Care Centre celebrated National Hat Day. The children made hats with their teachers and played games. Great fun for a great cause! National Hat Day is to raise funds for Australian Rotary Health, one of the largest not-for-profit funders of mental health research in Australia. Their Cool Kids […]
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Yvonne and Azru from our Strong Minds team were very happy to take part in the Value Your Mind Launch and Expo at Holroyd City Council Headquarters to help celebrate Mental Health Week. Mental Health Week is an opportunity to promote awareness about mental health and wellbeing, and equip people with the right information. We […]
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Woodville Alliance delivers projectABLE!! projectABLE’s half-day career workshops inspire students to apply their passions, skills and abilities to enrich their lives and the lives of others by pursuing a rewarding care career. Woodville Alliance Disability Services recently had the pleasure of sharing details of their day to day lives with students from Holroyd and Beverly […]
Its not everyday that you stumble into a Fruit Cocktail Bar to be greeted by angelic portraits of the most unlikely characters. Hanging from the wall were amazing pictures created in an artistic collaboration between some of the more colourful characters from Woodville Alliances’ community centre and renowned photographer Peter Solness. The intent was to challenge us to […]
A big thank you to those who attended our event to launch our new brand and website. We really enjoyed hearing from CEO Pam Batkin about the reasons behind the change – she explained that we undertook extensive discussion with our community and they overwhelmingly agreed that we needed a new fresh name and […]
Recently Woodville Alliance dropped the ‘community services’ from its name and replaced it with Alliance. We like the word ‘Alliance’ because it emphasises our priority to work in partnership with all people, from all walks of life, especially members of our local communities in Western Sydney. Only by listening to each other and working towards […]
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