Two more to go


Thanks to Ian (below L) and John, who both attended Saturday's volunteer training session, we’re now ready to pair up two more gig buddies.


During the month of November we held two volunteer training sessions, taking our number to six for 2017.

That’s it in terms of volunteer training for this year. But, with over half a dozen other gig buddies ready to be paired up, training will resume in February 2018.


In other news, we’re excited to announce we’ll be at Miranda’s Centenary Park on Sunday December 3 to mark International Day of Disability.

Appearing alongside our signatory charity partner, Cronulla Sharks, we’ll be informing those in attendance about plans for the 2018 NRL season.

Starting at 10am and concluding at 1pm, if you’re at a loose end and would like to find out more about our services, feel free to come along and say hello.

Should you have any questions about the event or if you’re keen on coming along, please get in touch via email: info@gigbuddiessydney, or call us at the office: 02 9419 6951

Matthew Collins

Gig Buddies Sydney Community Engagement Coordinator

matt@assistcom.org

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