New home ownership options for women who are single and over 50 years will be discussed at two workshops run in conjunction with Renewal SA and the South Australian Government.
TOPIC: Achieving results for Indigenous consumers: Case studies on ASIC's work with Indigenous Communities | GUEST SPEAKER: Nathan Boyle, ASIC's Indigenous Outreach Program (IOP)
Shelter SA Organisation Members are invited to attend the Shelter SA Special General Meeting. Please also take a moment to read the Shelter SA Constitution which contains suggested updates using Track Changes in preparation for the meeting.
- Dealing with Challenging Behaviour - 4 May 2017
- Basic Budget Skills - 6 May 2017
- Advanced Budget Skills - 10 May 2017
Onsite training at your agency is also available. Please contact the Centre for Learning on 8331 3111 for more information.
Uniting Care Wesley Bowden (UCWB) Western Region Support Worker Pre-Employment program - EOI 4 May 2017
This Program aims to recruit people living in the Western suburbs for employment opportunities as support workers in the aged care and disability sectors. UCWB are keen to grow their support team and have an increasing demand for male workers in this area. The Program is funded by WorkReady and delivered in partnership with UCWB, TAFE SA, Interskills and WorkReady.
This is a reminder to everyone to ensure that you and your staff register for the 2017 SA Family Law Pathways Network Annual Forum, if you haven’t already done so! Places are limited and are filling up fast so if you wish to attend, please register as soon as possible! For more information and to find the shortcut to register for the 2017 Annual forum, please go to our website.
Pathways to Empowerment - from 9 May 2017
Power Knowledge Freedom Program - 10 May 2017
The Zahra Foundation are joining with PKF Kennedy to deliver the 'Power Knowledge Freedom Program'. The Zahra foundation seek to empower women who have experienced domestic or family violence by increasing their economic independence. PKF Kennedy are experts in finance and banking who will present a workshop in a safe, relaxed and confidential environment covering topics including saving and budgeting, superannuation, MyGov and MoneySmart. The event is aimed at women financially disadvantaged due to domestic and family violence, however all women are able to attend. The session will be held Wednesday 10 May 10am to 12 midday. For information or to register, please call Kylie on (08) 8352 1889.
Service requested: Intensive Family Support program
Total per annum: $95,000
Funding period: July 2017 – June 2019
Application due date: Thursday 11 May 2017
Navigation Centres – what are they and do we need them in SA?
Australian school children seek help from homelessness services - Pro Bono Australia article
Call for Parity magazine contributions – May 2017
Uncovering Adelaide's "hostile" public architecture - InDaily article
Who Cares…We Care…Fundraiser to support homeless children - reminder
Shared home ownership for people living with a disability
Dr Edward Bullitis – 2015 Churchill Fellowship recipient
Aboriginal services online directory
South Australian homelessness social impact bond raises $9 million
Westpac in conjunction with the celebration of the 200 year Bi Centenary they are offering a bank account with $200 for each child that is born during the year.
Money can’t buy you happiness, but what you actually do for a living is key, according to new research which found not-for-profit workers were among the most satisfied.