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Theme Of The Month
Self Love - You Are Enough 🙂
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WHAT'S ON IN SEPTEMBER
National Missing Persons
Aaron Payne was last seen by his sister leaving his home in Engadine. His car was found at Beachcomber Avenue Bundeena on 20/10/2018.
Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.
Foster Care Month
1st - 30th September
This month aims to focus on the ongoing need for the recruitment of appropriate foster care families and to recognise the great work Care Services do within the community to support young children and teens find a family.
Child Protection Week
5th - 11th September
This week raises awareness on the campaign which aims to educate all Australians in understanding they can part to play in keeping all children and young people safe from violence, abuse and neglect.
Womens Health Week
1st - 30th September
This week focuses on good health and wellbeing for women and girls. The campaign promotes providing resources, tips and information on maintaining good health and inspiring women to learn more and take action.
World Suicide Prevention Day
Friday 10th September
Changing Our Environment
How people and companies are finding ways to change our environment and to clean up your community
Embrace the power of change and do your part to help the environment
" Quote of the Day"
Only we know and only we can do, what is right for us
We think of ourselves often, as just individuals, but all of us are connected. Our values, our way of life and our actions, ultimately effect the world around us. We cant be human, all by ourselves. Spread Generosity, Empathy and Kindness to create a deeper sense of community and well-being for all.
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“We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land upon which we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. We ask that all people who walk, work and live on traditional Aboriginal lands, be respectful of its culture and traditions. We encourage all Australians to continue working together in unity for the empowerment of Indigenous health and mental well-being.”