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  • Income Connection

    A consultancy group that assists people in identifying assets and skills that they may have that can provide income and work in the sharing economy. The process begins with a free 15 minute phone call to work out whether the service will be useful to you. If so then you Read more [...]

  • Marrickville West Community Garden

    A community garden in Marrickville that boasts a wide range of gardening facilities. The garden has individual plots (which have a waiting list) but numerous community plots to share as well. They also have both a citrus and a native Australian garden plot as well.

  • Asylum Seekers Centre

    The Asylum Seekers Centre in Newtown is a NGO which provides support for asylum seekers and refugees who have arrived in Sydney. The services they provided include but are not limited to; financial aid, counselling, accomodation and employment assistance.

  • Mad Paws

    Mad Paws is an Australian wide online pet sitting community. The aim of Mad Paws is to help pet owners to find sitters and other pet related service within their local community. Mad Paws promises that is strictly vets all of its registered sitters and all booking are covered by Read more [...]

  • Ability Links NSW

    Ability Links is a government supported initiative in NSW that aim to provide short term support for people with disabilities in the state. ‘Linkers’ work by connecting you with resources in the community to help you find community engagement, achieve goals and feel a greater sense of self worth. To Read more [...]

  • UNSW Stationery Reuse Centre

    Volunteers at the Stationery Reuse Centre keep students well stocked on all their stationery needs and work towards a more sustainable campus. Pop by the Stationery Reuse Centre to pick up some recycled stationery or to bind your documents (only $1). Location: Level 1 of the Quad Building, East Wing Read more [...]

  • Lakemba Community Garden

    The Lakemba Community Garden was established in 2011 in partnership with Canterbury City Council and offers residents the opportunity to grow vegetables and herbs in the company of other residents. The Lakemba Community Garden is located in Jubilee Reserve on the corner of Railway Pde and Bellevue Ave, Lakemba. The Read more [...]

  • Canterbury Bike Shed

    The Canterbury Bike Shed is a community based program, where we breathe life back into donated and discarded bikes and get them back on the road. By getting involved in the Canterbury Bike Shed you can: learn to repair and maintain bikes reduce the amount of bikes going into landfill Read more [...]