One of the new programs we started and got involved within the community in 2018 was our, WE ALL CARE DAY’S, that are held at Poet’s Corner community hall in Redfern in conjunction with the Red Link office and their partners to help host and promote their services. This event has been held three times so far in 2018, and will continue through 2019, four times a year. The purpose behind the idea is to help support the local community in Redfern with necessities.
Peter Akkermans the Community Change Coordinator at Red Link and his staff have help make and promote this event successful.
We supply free clothing, books, nappies, baby needs kitchen items, blankets, toys, toiletries donated by our MEMBERS and PINCHAPOO. Sanitary items donated by SYDNEY PERIOD PROJECT. Most of the items are donated We All Care supporters. Items that we could not outsource WAC uses their fundraising money from the Bunnings BBQ they have held to purchase items from GOOD360.
We put on a BBQ, with the support of Bunnings and members of the community that make food for the day. Drinks tea coffee bread and of course raffles.
We Supply over 150 food hampers, to the families. The hampers consisted of non-perishable items the families could use.
If you would like to get involved by donating or voluntering please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on 0423 649 313.
Prosper Project – Australia run a program to help in Building Stronger Communities in the Canterbury – Bankstown local area.
The initiative runs weekly at the Rotary Community Centre at Campsie. They have partnership project is run and collaborates with Marrickville Legal Centre, SSI / Ability Links, Anglicare Financial Wellbeing Hub and We All Care and Canterbury Earlwood Caring Association to coordinate a schedule of vital community services for families in need.
The service also offers a free clothing and goods pool once each month enabling families experiencing financial hardship to access free clothing, books, school supplies, nappies and baby needs kitchen items, shoes, blankets, toys and other items donated by Prosper and We All Care supporters.
The free clothing pools and goods services refugees and women with children leaving domestic violence, and vulnerable families.
We All Care, attend on the day of the clothing pools and aid. This fantastic program is run by volunteers and supported though the public. We All Care cannot thank Prosper enough for allowing them to be a part of this program and help and meet so many families.
View the 2018 Family One Stop Shop calendar.