We’ve talked about who community centres are for in one of our earlier blogs – so you already know that they (and we!) are created to be welcoming spaces for […]
Together2, like many other organisations, owes a large part of our impact to our incredible volunteers! From helping us run our community programs and activities, to providing much-needed support […]
We like to think that we lead the pack when it comes to providing local Sydney disability services – because our services are based around who you are and what […]
We don’t care how old or young you are, everyone needs to feel connected, have friends, social activities to do and a place to belong! People need people – otherwise, […]
What do you picture when you hear the word ‘community centre’? Maybe it’s a dark, dingy hall. Platters of stale biscuits and awkward conversations with strangers…Maybe you think it’s only for seniors – or only for young people.
Meet the together2 Intergenerational Program! This month we started a 4-week program to help promote social wellbeing for both youth and elderly in our local Rozelle community through a range […]
Bridging the Generational Gap – Intergenerational Program launched to improve wellbeing and build long-lasting relationships
An inspiring Intergenerational Program has launched at together2 where Year 9 and 10 students from Sydney Secondary College, Leichhardt come together with the local seniors to engage and interact with each other on a weekly basis.
Meet one of our local community workers – Luce Morley. Get to know her work and time with together2 and why she keeps coming back!
The Heart & Soul of Rozelle – Live Music fundraiser brings community together to support Not for Profit
Music fans of country and jazz came together to show their support for together2 on the 25th of November. Hosted by band members, the Music Fundraiser Night aimed to raise funds to get a community garden underway in the backyard of the newly acquired Mission Hall.
Together2 have begun hosting Free Monthly Community BBQ’s to help unite the local community by sharing a meal together. The first Community BBQ was held at the together2 Centre and despite the rain, 80 people gathered inside the neighbourhood centre to make new friends and enjoy a BBQ.