Gray Community Garden

Group of people adults and children at Grey Community Garden Working Bee.

Somerville staff recently joined the Members of the Gray Community Garden for their monthly Working Bee. Many weeds were pulled, mulch laid and friendships made.

The garden is full of great produce for you to see and enjoy such as sweet potato and barbados cherries, which are loaded with vitamin A and Vitamin C!

Thank You

Thank you for helping us to make a positive difference to hundreds of people over the festive period. Thanks to the many generous donations of food and gifts from individuals, schools, businesses, corporations and government, we were able give presents to 380 children and over 200 hampers to local families, elderly people and people staying in shelters over Christmas. None of this would have been possible without the generosity of the many people and organisations who gave donations, and the volunteers who helped to sort the food and gifts for distribution.

Responsible Gambling Awareness Week brings together service providers and gaming venue staff

As part of Responsible Gambling Awareness Week, Amity Community Services hosted a Community Liaison Officer launch.

The event brought together gaming venue staff from around Darwin and representatives from the Australian Hotel Association (AHA) with staff from Community service providers such as Anglicare, Somerville and Amity Community Services.

The launch was an opportunity for Community Liaison staff to get to know more about the services provided in the community to help minimise harm associated with gambling.

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