45 years is a long time.

SECC has been supporting the community to flourish since 1978.

And this year, we’re celebrating with A Year of Stories!

We started off by sharing The History of SECC. Our long-time volunteer Catherine Schulte did some research on how we’ve evolved over the years.

Then we profiled our amazing Irene Trovato, who celebrated 20 years with SECC. 

Then we celebrated the work of our superb Volunteer Manager Sue Ohanian, who started out as a SECC volunteer herself.

This month, we’re celebrating our work with families in the community. 

🌟 South Eastern Community Connect: Celebrating the power of family care! 🌟

💞 Families bring us love, support, and a sense of belonging. They teach us the meaning of resilience, compassion, and the joy of shared experiences. Our families, whether traditional, blended, or chosen, have a profound impact on our lives, shaping us into the best versions of ourselves.
🤝 At South Eastern Community Connect, we strive to create an environment where families thrive. We believe that every family deserves access to the support and resources they need to flourish, regardless of their background or circumstances. Through our wide range of programs and services, we aim to empower families, strengthen relationships, and foster a deep sense of community connection.
🌈 We celebrate diversity and embrace the unique challenges that families face in today’s world. Our dedicated team of professionals and volunteers work tirelessly to provide assistance with housing, education, health, and so much more. We are here to lend a helping hand, to be a shoulder to lean on, and to offer guidance when it’s needed most.
🌟 So let’s take a moment to appreciate the incredible power of family care. Let’s cherish the love, laughter, and shared experiences that bring us closer. Let’s reach out to those who may be struggling and offer a helping hand. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of families in South East Sydney and beyond.
📷 PICTURED: Our Events Manager Myfanwy at the SECC Family Fun Day. Editor’s note: She recently gave birth to three girls (yes, triplets!)

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