Winchelsea Community House

Reaching Into The Community

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Winchelsea Community House now has Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status via a public fund.

We can now accept donations and you can receive a tax deduction for this. To find out more, contact us on 5267 2028.

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Winchelsea Community House shared Carrie Vanderpol's post.
Carrie

WANTED DONATIONS OF STATIONERY, ART SUPPLIES AND STICKERS.

Hi all Winch House has kindly offered to have a box for collections at their reception.

My son, Clint is going to Chang Mai Thailand Term 2 of this year for eight weeks with Year 9 Kardinia College to work and study at their overseas campus. Among his amazing experiences will be helping teach children in the community and visiting an orphanage to help build school rooms. There are 24 students in Clint's group

Over the next couple of months Clint would like to collect stationery and art supplies to donate to the children in the community, schools and orphanage.

The teachers have especially suggested that they love getting stickers to reward the children.

Unopened new items preferred or as new condition.

Thanks in appreciation Carrie Vanderpol
Winchelsea Community House shared Growing Winchelsea Inc's event.
Winchelsea Community House shared Cr Carol McGregor's post.
Cr Carol McGregor

Winchelsea has some amazing people in the community and today 3 of them will receive recognition as part of the Australia Day acknowledgements.

John Bumford and Helen Verity were both nominated for Citizen of the Year (but both were pipped at the post by Jim & Helen Tutt). John Bumford and Helen Verity will receive certificates and recognition for their contributions to community today. Congratulations to both of you!

The Shire's Young Citizen of the Year award recipient is Kirsty O’Loughlin, who has walked the Kokoda Track, raising funds for charity to assist remote communities in Papua New Guinea. Kirsty contributed to the design and fund raising for the Winchelsea skate park and she has a compassion for others, is a natural leader and is a positive role model to other young people. Well done Kirsty! You are an inspiration!
Happy new year everyone!
Hope you stayed safe and had a good end of year last night!
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Winchelsea Community House shared SteveandFee Dawson's photo.
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Merry Christmas to all of you from the team at Winch House! Have lovely holidays with your families and friends and stay safe out there.
We'll see you in the New Year!
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