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Community Impact Groups

Campbelltown Senior Cyber Seekers Inc
The Campbelltown Senior Cyber Seekers is a computer club for seniors who wish to increase their knowledge or learn about digital technology in an atmosphere of fellowship and enjoyment. With regular training, activities and social gatherings, the Cyber Seekers are proudly Seniors teaching Seniors! The club is run by an elected volunteer management committee and is offered at minimum to members.


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HoMie
HoMie is a Melbourne-based streetwear clothing brand and social enterprise that uses 100% of our profits towards achieving our mission: supporting young people affected by homelessness or hardship to equip them with the skills, confidence, and experiences to be more work-ready and better prepared for their future.
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Perth Observatory
Please help 200 enthusiastic volunteers keep Perth’s oldest Observatory alive. Perth Observatory entertains and educates the public through space and astronomy. We are your gateway to the universe. Come and discover a true gem of WA’s history nestled in the Perth hills.
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The Haven
The Haven is a community funded, volunteer led, shelter providing crisis accommodation for women and their children experiencing homelessness or domestic violence. Our expert case working staff support and uplift the families with a wraparound service including connecting them to legal help, medical, housing, training and employment as required to ensure they leave our Haven and never look back.

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The Youth Foundation
The Youth Foundation is an independent charity helping Australia’s most vulnerable youth to gain unconditional access to educational resources to better their future and increase their probability of attending higher education and finding sustainable employment in later life. Our flagship program “Read to achieve” puts free books of choice into the hands of our most underprivileged primary school aged children to inspire lifelong learning habits.

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The Australian Queer Archives (AQuA)
Since 1978 the Australian Queer Archives (AQuA) has been collecting, preserving and celebrating material from the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex, queer, Brotherboy and Sistergirl (LGBTIQ+) Australians. We are volunteer-run, non-profit and community-based in Melbourne and have the world’s most significant collection of Australian LGBTIQ+ periodicals, books, posters, photographs, video, audio, objects and archival collections.


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