Everybody needs a little help sometimes.
It doesn’t matter how young you are, how old you are, where you come from, or how confident you appear to be.
We all need some assistance now and again.
And South Eastern Community Connect exists to help you.
We’re a not-for-profit organisation based in Eastlakes, Sydney, working day in and day out to empower people to build better lives, step-by-step.
A parent of young kids? We’ve got you.
An adolescent aged 12-18? We’ve got you.
New to the country? We’ve got you.
A senior in need of some assistance? We’ve got you.
Want to give back through volunteering? We’ve got you.
It’s our job to help you get connected – and stay connected – with your local community.
Just give us a call on (02) 8338 8506 or drop into our friendly office just outside Eastlakes Shopping Centre for more info on what we do.
South Eastern Community Connect: Building independence, wellbeing and quality of life.
Carers face a challenging task, and outside support is essential. Ralph Skinner, 65, looks after his wife Kath full-time in their Botany home, and today he shares his story with us.
In our new weekly series, we introduce you to each of the staff that make South Eastern Community Connect (SECC) what it is. Today we chat with the person responsible for making sure our clients get from A to B and lead richer, fuller lives through interaction with their community.
South Eastern Community Connect’s hard-working volunteers were shown appreciation with a special lunch at the Eastlakes Scout Hall on St Helena Parade last Thursday.
Thank you to SECC for helping me find volunteering opportunities in the local community. It makes a big difference.Tricia