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News • 28/07/17

Survey shapes Reconciliation SA's Direction

Reconciliation SA considers itself the people’s movement for reconciliation on a state level. As such, we rely heavily on the people of South Australia...

News • 17/07/17

Photo: GovHack SA Connections Event 27 June 2017 at UniSA City West Campus.
Pankaj Chhalotre, Executive Manager (front) and Catherine McIntyre (left) from Connecting Up Inc. discuss the SAcommunity dataset with competitors to explore opportunities for innovative reuse. 
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News • 10/07/17

Community Sector Banking Grants open 10 July
$200,000 to build resilience and capability for people who are experiencing homelessness or domestic and family violence.


Community Sector...

News • 01/07/17

(Photo: Sturt Gorge)

1-31 July
JulEYE is National eye health awareness month In SA: Support Sight For All initiated by 3 SA...

News • 26/06/17

Join us for Generation of Change

Don’t miss this unique and inspiring opportunity to be part of a conversation for teachers and parents to work towards reconciliation
For the last four years, Reconciliation SA and ...

News • 19/06/17

SAcommunity aims to provide information that assists to form community connections; in this case, we were contacted by the Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) Hills Cancer Support Group to thank the Stirling Community...

News • 19/06/17

 Every year the Dolls, Bears, Toys and Collectables Fair is arranged by volunteer members of the Australian Plangon (Antique & Modern Doll) Collectors Club Inc. All funds...

News • 16/06/17

In South Australia, over 100 organisations will join together during SA Refugee Week (18-24 June) to present over 40 events that centre around UNHCR World Refugee Day on 20th June. The events will celebrate and promote the positive and valuable contribution of refugees to South Australia’s...

News • 12/06/17

The Peninsula Play Readers


Does the suggestion of reading plays with a group of like-minded enthusiasts appeal to you? We interviewed ...

News • 05/06/17

The October 2016 Mitcham dance: band Pining for the Fjords
 
SAcommunity lists 179 organisations involved in dancing. Dance improves physical and mental health, boosts creativity, mood and is a great social activity...

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