Looking after you and your neighbours
We’re excited to welcome you back to our community centres from Monday 22 June.
We’re sponsoring tickets to the virtual workshops for participants aged 17 to 24.
Businesses and non-profits in the city have pivoted their operations to support vulnerable people during Covid-19
We’ve partnered with OzHarvest to provide free food hampers for vulnerable international students.
Darlinghurst aged-care facility welcomes older rough sleepers to brand-new housing.
Trained staff can advise about coronavirus issues, access to food, finance, isolation and personal wellbeing.
The City of Sydney supports frontline teams with unrestricted parking in our area.
We are following strict advice from state and federal health departments on social distancing, self-isolating and hygiene practices.
Many of us are isolated, distancing or away from family and friends due to Covid-19. It’s never been a more important time to look out for your neighbours.
While we work towards the opening of our library branches in a safe way, we’re pleased to provide our members with these new services.
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