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And the winner is… South Eastern Community Connect!

South Eastern Community Connect has been announced as the overall winner in the Excellence in Education and Child Services category of the inaugural Bayside Business Awards, held tonight at Stamford Plaza Sydney Airport. Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year,...

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SECC AGM celebrates 40 years of service

South Eastern Community Connect’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), held this week, was the 40th in the organisation’s history. A cake was cut in celebration of SECC’s 40th anniversary, and two new board members were announced. The winner of this year’s Maisie Foster...

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Five Minutes with Rekkha

Ever wondered who’s working behind the scenes at South Eastern Community Connect (SECC)? Well, in our new weekly series, we’ll be introducing you to each of the staff that make SECC what it is.

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Spring clean for a good cause

Spring cleaning is no longer just spring cleaning. Now there’s an app that helps Australians declutter and donate to a good cause at the same time. The Charitizer app and website is a “virtual second-hand store” where you can list your unwanted items for sale. But...

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MEDIA RELEASE: Local charity moves forward with mental health

“Many believe they will personally never be affected by mental illness..." Eastlakes-based not-for-profit organisation South Eastern Community Connect (SECC) will be delivering a range of programs as part of Mental Health Month in October. SECC is in the process of...

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R U OK? Day brings mental health front and centre

The founder of R U OK? Day started with a vision that all people would be protected from suicide. Gavin Larkin knows first-hand the pain of losing a loved one in this way, with his father Barry Larkin’s suicide in 1995 leaving him with endless questions. In 2009, his...

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