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Southern Peninsula
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Saving marine life by removing litter from our beaches and foreshore, promoting litter awareness to the local community and visitors toRye.

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Red Cross Shops sell new and donated clothes, accessories and homewares to raise funds to help people in need.

We rely on the people who so generously donate quality pre-loved items that we can then sell in our shops.

Proceeds from the sale of these goods go towards our everyday work in Australia and further afield, including disaster relief and recovery, daily phone calls to check on the welfare of elderly or isolated people living alone, and helping out young parents or young homeless people.

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The Boon Wurrung Foundation is a Not For Profit organisation who represent the traditional people and custodians of the lands from the Werribee River to Wilson Promontory and we are proud members of the Kulin People.

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Registered Aboriginal Party (RAP) for the Mornington Peninsula, Westernport and part of the South-west Gippsland, the Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation are a Traditional Owner organisation that represent the Bunurong people of the South-Eastern Kulin Nation. We aim to preserve and protect the sacred lands and waterways of our ancestors, their places, traditional cultural practices, and stories.

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The Capel Sound Community Group is a partnership with local community members, businesses and agencies, working together to achieve positive outcomes in Capel Sound.
The role of the Capel Sound Community Group is to:
• Work in collaboration with the community and relevant stakeholders to respond to community needs
• Support community engagement to review and prioritise issues and actions effecting the local community

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Individual advocacy for adults with a disability across metropolitan Melbourne and on the Mornington Peninsula.

E-mail Address: Advocacy@drc.org.au
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Dreamhouse Is a not for profit theatre company catering primarily to Peninsula based teenagers aged 13 - 18 years. We provide a platform for young people to put voice to their creative ideas; fostering trust, teamwork, a sense of fun, confidence and resilience.
Dreamhouse aims to empower and inspire a love of the performing arts in young members, and to celebrate the artistic contribution that they make to our community. We provide opportunities to perform in an annual production as well as weekly workshops and other events.

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Australian Rules and Netball community club

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Dromana JFNC is a sporting club for children aged 7-17yrs offering teams in AFL football and netball to play in local competitions

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Youth based group offering scouting activities for children 6-16yrs in Joeys, Cubs, Scouts and Venturer sections.

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Family Life is an independent, innovative community organisation, dedicated to working with vulnerable families and communities since 1970. Through effective services, support and connections, Family Life’s mission is to enable children, young people and families to thrive in caring communities. Family Life takes a whole-of-family, whole-of-community approach, to build resiliency and healthy relationships for vibrant, connected, supportive communities.

Early adopters of social enterprise, for many years we have supported disadvantaged youth into employment through our Op Shop social enterprises and Peopleworx program. The Creating Capable Communities strength based programs include our proven Community Bubs program and Creating Capable Leaders. Other programs & services include work with families affected by complex issues such as child abuse & neglect, family violence, mental illness, homelessness & social isolation; Family Relationship & Dispute Resolution Services, parent education, specialist support for children with parents separating and/or in conflict and SHINE Children’s Mental Health Program.

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The Family Support Service is designed to assist families with children to address issues that are impacting on their day-to-day lives.
Family Support Service appointments are free and confidential, allowing clients to talk about what is most important to them, to examine their situation and make informed decisions.
The Family Case Worker can help with everything from budgeting and household bills, to getting connected to specialist support services or with a specific identified need.
The program is driven by the needs of the family unit and can be as short as one visit to get a particular issue resolved or longer term to assist someone through challenging times or to address multiple complex issues.

E-mail Address: tracey@spcsic.org
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