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We have been blown away by the incredible effort from the owners of Echo Hills Estate who donated over $18,000 to Community Northern Beaches through the sale of 500 cases of quality chardonnay and shiraz. Northern Beaches’ couples; Sarah and Steve Day, Cath and Glen Butler, and Megan and David Epper, are the driving force behind Echo Hills Estate,
On Friday 23 August 2020, Local Member for Manly, James Griffin MP, handed over a cheque for $90,000 to Community Northern Beaches Executive Director, John Kelly, accompanied by the President of Community Northern Beaches, Adele Heasman and Treasurer Bill Barnes. This funding was provided by The Hon. Brad Hazzard, MP, Minister for Health,
When COVID-19 hit Sydney, 28 year old local Georgie lost her job in the fitness industry. Georgie made a conscious decision to use her time help others rather than sit around and wait for new opportunities to come to her. She came up with a plan to walk 24 hours straight, from Queenscliff to Shelley Beach in Manly.
On the 27 July, 2020 Community Northern Beaches entered a new phase of service to the Northern Beaches’ community when it relocated to 52 Raglan Street, Manly. After decades at Wentworth Street, in a building that has now outlived its usefulness, we have moved to a modern, well-designed office that will offer even more opportunity for our staff, volunteers, partners and clients.
What does an ESL Mentor do? The most important thing of all is simply to give your student the opportunity to talk English. Through relaxed conversation with their mentors, students get to practice their English language skills and learn more about our Australian customs, manners, sport, culture, current affairs and so on. The mentor doesn’t have to be an ‘expert’ in any of these things, and you don’t even need to have previous ESL, mentoring or teaching experience
Community Northern Beaches and the Northern Beaches Women’s Shelter are preparing for an influx of calls for help. Both charities need more resources and funding to enable them to support our community as much as possible.Our community needs your help now! So, it’s time to get behind our locals and Shout a Local in the month of June.