SA Community Blog
Guest post from community gardener Sachi Nakamura A community garden is not only a place where people can come to grow food and get to know each other, but also a place to foster community spirit.
Here are some suggestions for people who want to choose Christmas gifts that do good
SAcommunity places good quality, useful, relevant information into the public domain where Google can find it and deliver it to people who are looking for it.
In October 2012 the SA Division of the Housewives Association announced that they would be closing in November after 86 years of operation. We would like to congratulate the Housewives Association on their long history and their many achievements as consumer activists and advocates for many decades before we even began to think of ourselves as consumers.
Guest post from Kellie MacGillivray, Co-ordinator Homeshare, Uniting Communities
It's true! Our user statistics for SAcommunity show that visits to the website have doubled over the past 12 months and we are now receiving over 1 million visits per year. We think this is great - it shows that the information we are providing for the South Australian public, with the help of our local government partners, is meeting a real need and helping people in a tangible way. The majority of our users are people living in South Australia and around 40% return to the website one or more times.
Our list of coming awareness and community events
Anti-Poverty Week in 2012 starts on 14 October and ends on 20 October. The UN’s International Anti-Poverty Day is 17 October.
Mental Health Week 7-13 October - focusing on ways to maintain mental health