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The beautiful Central Coast of NSW has a binding and supportive community spirit unrivalled by any (at least that we know of).
If there is a will, there is a way and there will be Coasties in there, giving, caring, fundraising, you name it, there is a great chance we'll do it!
Here are just some Central Coast community and charity organisations that are available on the Central Coast that you may need or be interested in.
Click the below name/s of choice to go to that item.

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Mangrove Mountain United Church imageWhats On Logo button image CHURCH AND HALL FOR HIRE:
Mangrove Mountain Union Church was built over a hundred years ago by the people of the Mountain for the people of the Mountain.

The church and the adjoining hall are for the use and benefit of the community.
The property belongs to the community and is managed by a committee of local people who are volunteers who contribute their time.

Mangrove Mountain Union Church is one of the few remaining union churches left in Australia.

Work has recently begun to repair, maintain and develop the site. This will be an on-going venture for some time to come. We very much appreciate the support we have already received from friends of the Mangrove Mountain Union Church.

The Church is the home of the Mangrove Mountain Uniting Church group which meets at 9:30 am every 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday of the month

Everyone is made to feel very welcome at these services.

Church Hall
There is also a Church Hall that is available to be used by community groups for meetings and various activities.

The wonderful bush location makes Mangrove Mountain Union Church and the Church Hall ideal for weddings, baptisms, family celebrations and group get-togethers.

Subject to availability, they can be hired either together or separately.

RSPCA: 4372 2044 ~ WIRES: 1300 094 737 ~ WILD LIFE ARK: 4325 0666
Autism Assistance
Jigsaw Centre

Breast Cancer
Support Group
Club Sam
(Red Cross initiative)
Dragons Abreast
Coast Busters
Fairhaven Charity
Housie, Markets and more
Fire Fighters Calendar
(Annual fundraiser)
Jubila Singers
Open Access community Choir
Find a Justice Of The Peace
near or in your area
France - Ireland
Lions Clubs
Central Coast
Central Coas
(Musicians Making a Difference)
Massage and Meditation
Become a practioner, be pampered, create calm
NSW Rape Crisis Centre
(online help RIGHT NOW)
Old Sydney Town
Let's Bring it Back
Pink Disease
(Mercury Poisoining) Support
Rainbow Haven
(Gynae Support Group)
Rotary Clubs
Central Coast
Roving Rubies of the Central Coast
social group for ladies 50+
Support Act Limited
(For Musicians In Need)
(Red Cross Care call
Tempo Terrific
Community Showband
 Central Coast ARAFMI
The Hub - Bateau Bay
Bateau Bay
(Working Age Group Stroke)
Youth Centres
Central Coast

Whats On Logo button image COAST COMMUNITY CENTRE:
The new Laurie Maher Coast Community Centre - 346 Mann Street Gosford.

The Coast Community Centre is one of the most innovative examples of community partnership involving government departments, welfare agencies, businesses, churches, schools and volunteers working together to provides support and meals to those in need. The result is a facility where people can connect, build friendships, feel part of their community and either obtain or provide assistance. Significant benefits include improved community participation, connectedness and social inclusion.

The Centre provides access to a range of support services and help to those doing it tough to maintain their tenancies and mortgages, which are essential to reduce disadvantage and poverty in the Region. Much of this assistance works towards what the Federal Government refers to as “turning off the tap” in addressing homelessness. It focuses on intervening early and providing a wide range of support to help people overcome their crises.

It provides
* consultation offices to deliver services (e.g. legal, tenancy and financial advice, No Interest Loans)
* Disability lift, which will provide access to the Restaurant, offices and meeting rooms from street level
* Administrative offices to manage Coast Shelter’s various programs
* Security/intercom system to provide added safety to volunteers serving meals
* Large meeting and conference room available to community groups
* Computer and telephone networking
* 70 seat restaurant where free meals will be provided by volunteers

Services provided by Coast Shelter and other agencies include:
* Tenancy advice and advocacy.
* No Interest Loans (NILS) for people on low incomes to purchase essential household items.
* Free Legal Advice every Monday by Central Coast Community Legal Centre.
* Regular visits from Centrelink Community Engagement Officer.
* Energy Vouchers (EAPA) to help people having difficulty paying gas and/or electricity bills.
* Pharmaceutical Assistance to fill prescriptions for clients experiencing financial hardship.
* Food Hampers made up from donated items.
* Rentstart Kiosk providing a link to Housing NSW via fax and phone for Rent Assistance.
* Shower and Laundry facilities available every day. Fresh towels, toiletries and clothes are also provided.
* Free shampoo and haircuts every week.
* Free Podiatry check-ups every three months.
* Visits from Mobile Oral Health Van.
* Assistance with furniture and whitegoods from donations.
* Men’s Shed which operates Monday and Friday each week.

Whats On Logo button image TEMPO TERRIFIC:
Tempo Terrific Community Showband rehearse 5pm every Monday at the Uniting Church Kiluna Rd Kincumber.

Our website has lots of information for you.

We are a community band providing music to nursing and charities.

We are looking for volunteers to help older people in our community.

Providing social support for otherwise socially isolated people in our community who are from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Volunteer activities include sharing a simple cup of tea and having a chat, helping with letter writing, or things like help getting to local appointments.
An hour a fortnight or as much time as you want to give is what we ask.

All volunteers receive training, support, costs covered for any transport getting to/from the Client, as well as enjoying enriching meaningful experiences!

Northern Settlement Services is a local not for profit organisation - the more volunteers we have the more people are helped!!

People who are multi-lingual are strongly encouraged to be involved (however this is not essential).

Please contact the Central Coast office on 4334 3877 or email cvscc@nsservices.com.au Thanks!

Whats On Logo button image CENTRAL COAST ARAFMI:
Central Coast ARAFMI is pleased to announce the opening of The Hub at Bateau Bay on Wednesday 7 August 2013.

ARAFMI is the Association of Family and Friends of the Mentally Ill, with over 35 years’ experience as a grass roots community organisation and charity on the Central Coast. Last year ARAFMI provided free support and services to more than 300 families on the Coast.
“The Hub will be like a drop-in tourist information centre - where mental health and well-being is the focus, not mental illness”, said Linda Weedon, support worker and educator with Central Coast ARAFMI.
“We’re aiming for The Hub to be an accessible one-stop-shop for mental health education, information, support and referral. It will be a place where people can talk in person or on the phone to workers and volunteers who have lived experience with mental health issues and mental health caring.”

The Hub will use local knowledge, local information and networks, focusing beyond mental health to well-being in a non-clinical setting. It will complement Central Coast ARAFMI’s support base and services at Kincumber, and expand on services already offered through the Yakkalla recreation program at Bateau Bay. Located next door to the Smith Family in Community Road, The Hub is only a short walk from the bus station at Bateau Bay shopping centre. The grounds and building at The Hub have been upgraded with support via a Community Matching Fund Grant from Wyong Shire Council.

Anyone interested is welcome to attend The Hub opening from 10.30am on Wednesday the 7th August.

For more information contact Central Coast ARAFMI through the website, or phone Kincumber office on 4369 4233.

Whats On Logo button image WYONG NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE:
Wyong Neighbourhood Centre Inc is a Community based not for profit organisation located within the Wyong Shire Local Government area.

Operational for over 30 years, the organisation has grown from a “Drop in for Coffee” Community Centre wholly staffed by volunteers to a large multi-functional organisation comprising:
The Neighbourhood Centre
Community Development and Outreach Service
Kids Club
Wyong Youth Services
Emergency Relief Funding
Financial Case Management
Tax Help
Central Coast Regional Youth Arts Strategy - North Wyong Shire Youth Arts Service

Funding for these projects comes from a variety of sources, including the Department of Community Services, Department of Family and Community Services as well as a range of other Departments, funding bodies, local businesses and service clubs. In addition to this, staff are always looking at avenues of bringing in additional funding for different projects and activities as those opportunities arise.
The organisation also receives support from Wyong Shire Council as well as a range of local businesses and service organisations.
See the WEBSITE for contact detail and more information

Whats On Logo button image BRING BACK OLD SYDNEY TOWN:
What started as a facebook group called "Bring Back Old Sydney Town" has recently resulted in the formation of a not for profit organisation, a comittee and the launch of a parliamentary petition.

The group has their first general meeting coming up at 7pm on Tuesday, June 19, at Gosford Senior Citizens Club at Albany St North, in Gosford, which is directly behind the old Market Place building. This meeting is for members only and people can join the official push to bring back Old Sydney Town on the evening for a cost of $5 at the door for a yearly membership.

Group spokesperson Jake Cassar said " The support for bringing back Old Sydney Town has been phenominal and it keeps growing."

"Recently we won the support of Actor and singer, Jon English, who is currently taking our parliamentary petition to all his shows and asking the audience to sign them."
"Our group has gained the interest from many local politicians and Government bureucrats who have been very forthcoming with advice and support for the idea."
" Our plan now is to come with a draft model of the new Old Sydney Town based on some of the great ideas that have come from members of the community. We are also working on a business plan and are seeking support and advice from various channels to make this happen."
" Like most campaigns, it takes a small group of very committed people to get things started and then we must do our best to get everyone else behind it. That is certainly starting to happen here and I have full faith that the Central Coast community have the passion to make it happen."
" Our group has had our fair share of critisizm from various people, especially in the start and they have a right to their opinion, but we feel so strongly about this, that we are going to give it our best shot" "If we can bring back Old Sydney Town, all our efforts would be well worth it."
"We will soon have a website and are also planning various events for the near future, including an Old Sydney Town themed ball and an outdoor spring muster."

For more information please contact Jake Cassar - 0405424124

Please see a list of ideas from our Facebook group and also the amount of venues where we have our petition. We have been very busy!

Fun Languages imageWhats On Central Coast Logo Button image FUN LANGUAGES:
LCF Clubs; Fun Languages provides Fun language lessons for children of 2-12 years on the Central Coast!

We offer a stress-free, fun way to learn French, Spanish, Italian and Mandarin to children from the ages of 2-12 years.

We are the leading provider of foreign language schools across Australia & New Zealand. Ask about our after school language classes, preschool clubs, holiday programs as well as our French experience day!

Make the most of your child's natural ability to learn a foreign language Your child will amaze you and the Fun Languages methodology will get your child USING the language quickly and naturally.

The fun way to become bilingual!

• lots of fun activities, drama, music & games
• experienced and enthusiastic teachers
• supported by fantastic fun activities online at Babelzone – visit our website for a FREE TRIAL

IRISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS: there is a small Irish Conversation Group in Woy Woy, and we have some fun together with most but not all, of the group Irish and regaining the language of their youth. So if anyone wishes to practice spoken Irish this could be the place for you. First and Third Saturday of each month, 2pm for one hour or so. You would be very welcome. (contact: 02 4342 3743)

Do you have a child with Autism?
Jigsaw is a specialist autism specific early intervention service provider having qualifications, knowledge and training in evidence based practice, teaching/learning for children with ASD.
Jigsaw is a Lead Agency and Specialist Service provider approved by FaHCSIA to deliver the Helping Children with Autism Package (HCWAP).

Joanne Brearley is an Autism Practitioner who has specialist University qualifications in educational interventions for children with Autism.

* Jigsaw has a range of services that are specially designed to meet the needs of families affected by autism.
* One to One therapy, home visits, community visits.
* Parent Training – Workshops.
* Professional development, pre-schools and schools.
* Resource Shop.
* Jigsaw is committed to improving the lives of those with an ASD.
* Jigsaw is committed to setting the standard in quality services that are autism in focus and content.
* Jigsaw advocates for inclusive education practices for children with disabilities.

Jigsaw Autism Services ABN 43 902 878 954
Unit 1, 8 Teamster Close, Tuggerah Business Park
m: 0431 661 484
e: info@jigsawautismservices.com
w: www.jigsawautismservices.com

Alison Jose has created Meditation For Busy Minds classes in the Woy Woy area to teach people how to de-stress and greatly improve their wellbeing through meditation, and to then put it into practice by using guided meditation recordings during the week.

Meditation is the greatest health insurance of all as it promotes happiness, wellbeing and improves your experience of life and physical health. Research has scientifically proven that meditation is a powerful antidote to the fight or flight response which we experience as stress. Not only does meditation significantly reduce the effects of stress; but it also creates a greater sense of calm and peacefulness, more clarity of thought, greater self confidence and improved self esteem. It gives an increased sense of physical, mental and emotional wellbeing, plus it enables better sleep, and more energy and motivation.

Alison has an IVHHD Certificate in Meditation Teaching and Holistic Counselling, plus IVHHD Certificate as a Chair Yoga Instructor and is an Accredited Member of the International Meditation Teachers Association.

During her weekly meditation classes, she will teach four different styles of non-religious based meditation, which are designed to remove stress from your mind and body and to motivate you into creating more positive opportunities for yourself.
TUESDAY'S: 6.30pm - The Boathouse Restaurant, Brisbane Water Drive, Koolewong
SATURDAY'S: 9.45am. Peninsula Community Centre, Woy Woy
CLASSES COST: $15/$80 for 6 classes. Kids come for free.
Recordings & Scripts $20.
IMPORTANT: Please confirm class participation to to receive Preparation Notes.
For further information please contact Alison Jose

Support Act Limited logo imageWhats On Logo button image SUPPORT ACT LIMITED:
Support Act is a registered charity and non-profit organisation which raises funds to provide relief arising from hardship and/or illness amongst those working in the Australian music industry, and is the only benevolent fund for this purpose.

Support Act was established by a group of volunteers from the music industry several years ago who could see there was a definite need for an organisation to help those who were suffering from illness and/or hardship.

Support Act is a national organisation based in Sydney, with active state chapters in NSW, South Australia, Queensland, Western Australia and Victoria, run by volunteers. It has a voluntary Board of Directors, of which four permanent positions are for founding members ARIA, PPCA, APRA and AMCOS. Other Board members are well known and respected figures from the entertainment and music industry and include Brian Cadd and Michael Chugg AM. Meryl Gross has been Support Act’s Chair since inception in 1997.

Support Act has two part-time employees; one is responsible for its administration and fundraising, the other is the National Welfare Co-ordinator, Ms Lindy Morrison, who is a degree-qualified social worker and a musician with extensive industry experience. This role assists applicants with the application process, as well as providing counseling and referrals to other agencies and/or support groups as appropriate.

Support Act is reliant on donations and fundraising. It currently receives no Government funding. It arranges a small number of key events throughout the year, which are vital in helping the organisation to maintain resources and profile. One quite well-known music industry participant who was touched by adversity at one stage of his career has been donating a percentage of his annual earnings. Support Act keeps its costs low with administration typically consuming no more than 4 - 6% of overall revenue.

Join Support Act!
Membership is open to anyone, please visit the SUPPORT ACT LIMITED WEBSITE for further information and to join online.
Help Raise Funds
Fundraising is crucial. Support Act aims to raise at least $3,000 per year per beneficiary and currently receives no Government funding.
Individuals; Contact us to set up a monthly donation or donate as a gift.
Businesses; One option is to set up a Workplace Giving option for employees which enables Support Act to receive regular donations and also provides tax benefits for personnel.
All support is gratefully received.

For further information please contact our Administration and Fundraising Manager, Mrs Vanessa Johnson by EMAIL or call on 04 0512 5715.

Whats On Logo button image BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP:
There is a new Breast Cancer Support Group starting at Ettalong and the first meeting is Sunday 5th Feb at 10.00am at Shop 71, Schnapper Road, Ettalong Beach.

It is intended to have it on the first Saturday of each month.

Please contact Sandy. sandycee@ymail.com

Pink Disese Support Group logo imageWhats On Logo button image PINK DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP:
The Pink Disease Support Group was founded by Heather Thiele in 1989. Heather's aim was to collect information regarding Pink Disease, provide information and support to other survivors of Pink Disease, and to publicize the health problems associated with Post Pink Disease Syndrome.

The group also provides quarterly newsletters, email chat groups for those with Pink Disease and/or bronchiectasis, and is continuing to research Post Pink Disease Syndrome, and Pink Disease itself.

PINK DISEASE is babyhood mercury poisoning. Some babies are hyper-sensitive to mercury, and if those babies are exposed to mercury, they get Pink Disease.

The most commonly used product containing mercury WAS teething powder, but other products frequently used on babies also contained mercury.

After it was discovered that mercury was the cause of Pink Disease in 1947, mercury was removed from all teething powders and Pink Disease became rare.

An information gathering exercise by the Pink Disease Support Group has revealed a higher than average incidence auto-immune disorders, Bronchiectasis, Solar Urticaria, chemical sensitivities, allergies, eye and mouth problems, infertility, co-ordination difficulties, poor health, and a proneness to emotional and psychiatric disorders.

Pink Disease is also known as acrodynia, Erythoedema, Feer's Disease, Swift's Disease, and infantile Mercury (Hg) poisoning.

For more information, survivor stories and assistance please see the PINK DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP WEBSITE .

Central Coast kids In Need imageWhats On Logo button imageCENTRAL COAST KIDS IN NEED:
16 years ago in 1993 a local Central Coast mother was staying at Ronald McDonald House with her sick son when the Manager suggested she start a ‘volunteer fundraising group’ on the Central Coast to help other parents with their accommodation bills.
These families all have seriously ill children with prolonged illness (a very large proportion are cancer patients, others with organ transplants and premature babies with life threatening health issues.

Not everyone is aware that there is a $33/night fee to stay at the Ronald McDonald Houses. As an example, following a bone marrow transplant a child needs to be isolated for some 6 weeks before returning home to the Central Coast.
Bills for thousands of dollars would financially ruin young families.
Central Coast families do not qualify for any government assistance as only families more than 100 km's away from the treating hospital are eligible.

The Central Coast Kids In Need group of volunteers is very small with just 12 members. Last financial year with their hard work of fundraising and with the generous support of the people of the Central Coast they were able to pay accounts for 115 local families so that they could be close to their seriously ill child. The total for these bills was some $155,730.00 and to date the financial year have assisted 80 local families and paid out some $63,104.36 involving the Ronald McDonald Houses and Parent Hostel Rooms at Westmead (Children’s Hospital), Randwick (Sydney Children’s Hospital) and Newcastle (John Hunter Hospital) and Hope Cottage Penrith and on occasions parent hostel at Royal North Shore Hospital.
They have also reimbursed petrol costs for parents needing to travel each day due to other family commitments. Specialised equipment for quality of life has also been contributed to in special circumstances by this group.
They hope to continue this fundraising to keep our local families together during their time of crisis. They strive to make these children's lives as happy as they can and they would appreciate your support.

Check the CENTRAL COAST KIDS IN NEED Website to see how easy it can be to help out our local families with seriously ill kids.

Whats On Central Coast Logo Button image COAST SHELTER:
Press Release from Coast Shelter:
Posted 6th July 2014
Coast Shelter will assume the administration and management of all homeless refuges on the Central Coast.

Following a competitive tendering process, through which the State Government implemented a total reform of homeless services in NSW, Coast Shelter has been given the responsibility for the eight homeless refuges on the Central Coast.

“Each of the three women’s refuges on the Central Coast will continue as women and women with accompanying children only refuges and will provide the same level of accommodation as was previously the case”, Laurie Maher, Executive Officer of Coast Shelter said.
“While Coast Shelter will have the responsibility for running these refuges, it will set up an Advisory Committee, comprised only of women, who will ensure that the feminist principles, which is necessary to ensure the homeless women, the victims of domestic violence, are assisted in an empathic and professional manner”, Maher added.

Coast Shelter also has been allocated the responsibility to manage two highly successful programs, providing accommodation to homeless men and young women.

The three youth refuges located in Woy Woy and Wyong will also be managed by Coast Shelter, however Rumbalara Youth Refuge in Gosford was not included among youth refuges allocated to the Central Coast.

“Taking into consideration the need for refuge accommodation for youth on the Central Coast, this is a real loss”, Maher stated.

“We have never been able to look after all of the homeless young people on the Coast who come to us for accommodation and assistance and although some other programs will assist, to lose Rumbalara, the only purpose built youth refuge on the Coast, with the highest occupancy rate of accommodation, is a tragedy”, Maher said.

“Every effort will be made to have this decision reviewed or alternate funding obtained and with the support of our local community and the efforts of our Local Member Chris Holstein, who has already been making representations, we are hopeful of a positive outcome”, Maher concluded.
Coast Shelter is a not-for-profit charity based on the Central Coast of New South Wales which attempts to meet the needs of the disadvantaged within our community through advocacy and the provision of direct services.

Coast Shelter provides accommodation to approximately 110 homeless men, women and children each night and also coordinates the provision of over 200 meals each day at the Donnison Street Community Centre.

Coast Shelter has several refuges which look more like ordinary homes where we accommodate homeless men, women, families and youth which staff help them to get their lives in order. This means that our staff have to be skilled in a whole host of problem areas such as domestic violence, financial difficulties, gambling, alcohol and other drug issues, behavioural difficulties and just plain living skills.

Our programs aim to meet the specific needs of our clients. We provide guidance and support to assist them to obtain their own accommodation and manage their lives effectively.

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Firefighters Calendar ImageWhats On Logo button image FIREFIGHTERS CALENDAR:
We all realise and appreciate the invaluable, often dangerous and heroic efforts of our firefighting outfits in Australia. They have saved many lives and property and sadly have lost team members along the way.
It is a loss to us all when we lose one of them; But the Firies actually give more if one would deem that possible.

The fire brigades also raise funds to assist the community too.

Desperately needed donations to Burn Units, education, prevention and much more are also supported by the Fire Brigades.

One of their major fundraiser's is the annual Firefighters Calendar.

While we may be in to the new year what better gift for that special someone on Valentines day than a calendar featuring those wonderful men and ladies in uniform (well in this case mostly OUT of uniform) from the Fire Brigades!

It is also the perfect gift for birthdays and any special occasion you can think of! After all most of us need to know what day of the week it is don’t we?

To see the range of calendars from brigades nationwide and how to purchase them see the FIREFIGHTERS CALENDAR WEBSITE.

The calendars are only $10 and that money goes ultimately towards saving lives.

There is no better way to spend $10!

MMAD’s purpose is to improve the lives of all young people, particularly disadvantaged and marginalized youth, through the power of music, creative arts and unconditional positive regard.

Over ten years, MMAD has developed programs with an aim to inspire, develop and empower young people. Our programs can break the cycle of negativity and help young people to reach their full potential.

Involvement from well known musicians, supporters and the dedication of MMAD’s talented and passionate team of youth workers, counselors and professional facilitators, has allowed us to provide hope, resources and avenues for positive change in some of the most isolated and troubled, but beautiful parts of Australia.

For more information or ways you can assist please access THE MMAD WEBSITE.

Peninsula Community Centre

Many support and community services are available at Coast Community Connectios - Here are just a few:

Smart Recovery Support Group
Smart Recovery (Alcohol and Other Drug Support Group) is a friendly group that meets weekly and provides up-to-date and proven recovery methods amidst a supportive atmosphere that values the individual
Peninsula Community Centre: 93 McMasters Road, Woy Woy, 2256
Free every Friday from 10am
Contact 0407 988 952 for more information

NEW Crohn’s Disease and Colitis Support Group
The Peninsula Community Centre is excited to announce the formation of a new support group for people affected by Crohn’s Disease and Colitis
The first meeting will be held Saturday 25 May at 11am. Each meeting will be held on the last Saturday of each month
Peninsula Community Centre on: 93 McMasters Road, Woy Woy, 2256
For more information please call 1800 138 029 or the Centre on 4341 9333

See the website for more help and information

Get online help NOW.  Real time assistance... just click here. Whats On Logo button image NSW RAPE CRISIS CENTRE:
NSW Rape Crisis Centre is a state-wide 24 hour telephone and online crisis, support and referral service for anyone who has experienced sexual violence.

The Centre is committed to upholding the rights of women to live in a socially just, equitable and non violent society.

It is a sad and harrowing experience and reflection on our society that this crime still occurs on such a large scale.

PLEASE seek help. As alone as you feel, you are not.

The Police can and will help and the life saving assistance from the NSW Rape Crisis Centre will prove invaluable.

If you are unsure at least follow the link and see for yourself. There is no pressure.
These virtual angels are online to help you RIGHT NOW if you want.

Fairhaven Services Ltd

Fairhaven Services is a registered charity and not for profit organisation that has been working with families on the Central Coast since 1962. We provide a range of supports, services and opportunities that enable who live with disability to participate in their community and enjoy a range of purposeful recreational and leisure activities.
As an approved NDIS provider, we offer personalised advice and assistance across a range of supports and services, including:
• Community Activities and Life Skills
• Supported Employment / Transition To Work
• Supported Living
• Residential Services
• NDIS planning.

Volunteer with us! We also operate a thriving retail village at Point Clare - op shop, café, upcycle space, 2nd hand furniture / books / stuff! - that is dependent on volunteers. There’s a variety of volunteer positions available to suit a range of skills and interests: sales, sorting, pickups/deliveries, craft makers, building maintenance, admin and marketing support.

Your volunteering can help make a difference to someone’s life. Contribute as much or as little time as you can afford; we are grateful for any assistance, even a few hours per week or fortnight. We have over 50 volunteers at Fairhaven and are always keen to meet more!

To ask about the NDIS or volunteering, call Fairhaven (02) 4349 5500 or email enquiries@fairhaven.org.au

Fairhaven provides a diverse range of independent support options, skill building, employment and residential services to people on the Central Coast who live with disability.

You can support this truly local charity by enjoying the following fundraising outlets throughout the year!

Vintage Fair - The Collective
209 Brisbane Water Drive, Point Clare
A quirky little reuse hub that includes op shop, 2nd hand furniture, preloved books, handmade and upcycled goods plus gourmet café.
Open Monday-Friday 9am-4pm and Saturdays 9am-2pm

Fairhaven’s Charity Cash Housie and Bingo sessions are held weekly at;
Ettalong Bowling Club
Erina Leagues Club
Everglades Country Club

For more information on Fairhaven’s Housie sessions, or any other Fairhaven service please contact Catherine Reynolds at Fairhaven Services by email Catherine.Reynolds@FairhavenServices.com.au or pop in and say hello on their Facebook Pages:
http://www.facebook.com/VintageFairTheCollective http://www.facebook.com/FairhavenMarketsandEvents

The Harmony Centre Foundation's Cooranbong Centre run a weekly Healing Meditation and Healing Clinic by donation every Wednesday 10am - 12:30pm as well as meditation every Sunday morning 9:30am - 11:30am.

The Harmony Centre is a wellness and life enrichment centre, where people come to experience a caring community who are interested in meditation and alternative healing modalities. People from all walks of life are attracted to the seminars, meditation classes and energy healing clinic, all of which are provided by donation.

The primary role of The Harmony Centre is to teach and demonstrate the role of our spirit in creating good health. Through understanding that we have to look after our spirit as well as our physical body, we can lead healthier, happier and more peaceful lives and often make astounding recovery from some very serious health problems and other stressful life events such as death of loved ones and divorce. The concept that we have an energy field is now widely discussed but not yet universally understood despite growing research and anecdotal evidence of its role in wellness. Pain (physical as well as mental) as well as stress are held in our energy field, and we help people learn how to remove or minimize it.

We run wellness and life skills seminars and meditation classes which are offered by donation.

At the Harmony Centre there is always a (free) cup of tea and like minded people to talk to and to share experiences. People are able to explore the meaning of life and their spirituality in a safe environment. It is non-religious and non-sectarian. Everyone is welcome and respected. People from all backgrounds come together to learn and practice ways to bring more joy, peace, wellbeing and grace into their lives.

Stress management, workshops, meditations and energy healing for individuals and groups focus on practical approaches to dealing with real life issues, solving relationship problems peacefully, and having more fun. Health and wellbeing improve and people experience a whole new lease on life. Results are rapid and lasting, see our testimonials.
Through our seminars we educate the public about the benefits of meditation, positive thinking and the value of energetic healing techniques to improve their quality of life.

Types of people who come to the Harmony Centre:
• People who are looking for more out of life
• People who are going through a big challenge such as a serious illness, divorce, loss of a loved one, retrenchment
• People who want to improve their self esteem or meet like minded people
• Those who want to learn and practice meditation
• Seekers of quality, professional energetic healing, Ignite Your Spirit therapy
• Those suffering from stress, depression, or anxiety (roughly one in 4 people)
• Parents who are having trouble with their children
• People experiencing frustration and heartache in relationships
• Alternative therapists wanting to learn another modality
• Those who would like to learn how to experience Divine love, Divine bliss and grace in an atmosphere of acceptance of all spiritual paths.
• Those seeking a friendly and open community of enquiry to explore themselves in a supportive and loving environment.
The Harmony Centre Foundation
Phone: 49 773300 - Mobile: 0422563012
- Website:

Lifeline imageWhats On Logo button image LIFELINE CENTRAL COAST:
The mission of Lifeline Central Coast (NSW) is to provide high quality 24 hour crisis support, and associated community services.

"Lifeline's services express the Christian vision of caring for people of all backgrounds and circumstances."

Lifeline Central Coast, began in Gosford in March 1981. It was formally opened at the Uniting Church Hall, Donnison Street, Gosford. The first call was taken at 1500 hr., officially at 377 Mann Street, Gosford. This building not only housed the Telephone Service and the Administration offices but also Lifeline's first shop for the Central Coast. Today, Lifeline Central Coast (NSW) has 6 shops, a furniture shop and warehouse.

In 1986 Lifeline Central Coast moved to the current offices in Cary Street. Its name changed to Lifeline Central Coast (NSW) in 1988. A building appeal was launched in 1997 to raise funds for a training centre and in October 1999, the new Training Centre was opened by the NSW Governor Gordon Samuals AC.

In 2003, Lifeline Central Coast (NSW) was once again awarded full Accreditation from Lifeline Australia Incorporated. The Lifeline Accreditation and Standards Program (LASP) was designed in response to the community and government requiring higher levels of accountability. It stands behind the commitment of Lifeline Centres to continuous improvement and the achievement of high standards of service to all our clients.

Lifeline Central Coast (NSW) provides high quality 24 hour telephone counselling, and associated community services.

Dragons Abreast Central Coast - Coast Busters imageWhats On Logo button image DRAGONS ABREAST CENTRAL COAST - COAST BUSTERS :
Dragons Abreast Australia is a not-for-profit charity consisting of Breast Cancer Survivors who participate in the ancient Chinese sport of dragon boat racing.

The organisation began 10 years ago in Darwin and today consists of 33 member groups across Australia. Dragons Abreast Central Coast “Coast Busters” is our local team.

We raise awareness by participating in Local, National and International events. Our Pink Ladies are all winners! They have fought the Demon Breast Cancer, and many of us continue to fight.

We do not accept this disease, we challenge it all the way. And along the way, we have great fun, meet wonderful people BUT, most important of all we educate the public, spread the message of early detection and
keep Breast Cancer firmly in the public eye.

We train and meet weekly on Sunday mornings.

You will find us at the Coast Guard station on Tuggerah Lake in Peel Street, Toukley. Look for the Pink Boat and ladies.

7 to 8am for Race Training. 8 to 9am new paddlers are most welcome to come and have a go.

For more information visit the

Whats On Logo button image ROVING RUBIES RED HAT SOCIETY:
Our Roving Rubies Red Hat society of the Central Coast is a social group for ladies over 50 to step back into life and join a large happy group of ladies aged between 46 - 89; strictly for fun and friendship (not fundraising) and weekly outings to choose from.

We traditionally wear a red hat and purple outfit.

Our first function of the month where all interested is invited is to the Star Buffet Gosford Leagues club on the 1st Thursday of each month where we celebrate all the upcoming next month's birthdays.

Enquiries? Please call Marlene 4369 8367

Roving Rubies of the Central Coast NSW; Australia
Chapter 73535
PO Box 6034, Kincumber NSW 2251
02 4369 8367

The Club SAM logo image courtesy RED CROSS.Whats On Logo button image SAVE A MATE - Club SAM:
Save-a-mate (SAM) is a drug education and first aid program specifically designed for alcohol and other drug-related emergencies. It aims to reduce the harm associated with substance use, particularly with young people.

Water tap - whatsoncentralcoast imageWhats On Logo button imageWATER RESTRICTIONS: Current - Water Wise Rules
Central Coast moves to Water Wise Rules

After more than a decade Central Coast Water Restrictions have been lifted today, May 14 2012 and the region is now guided by permanent Water Wise Rules.

In April, Gosford City and Wyong Shire Councils endorsed the Central Coast Water Corporation Board’s recommendation to move to Water Wise Rules when Mangrove Creek Dam storage level exceeded 44 percent. The dam storage has today reached 44.6 percent.

The new permanent rules apply from Monday 14 May 2012 and include:
* Watering with a sprinkler, irrigation system or trigger nozzle hose is permitted any day before 10am or after 4pm to avoid the heat of the day
* All hand held hoses must have a trigger nozzle
* All vehicles should be washed with a bucket or trigger nozzle hose
* No hosing of paths or driveways.

Wyong Shire Council Mayor Bob Graham said the community has been outstanding in its commitment to water restrictions during the drought.
“I would like to congratulate residents for their great efforts in reducing water use and consistently meeting water use targets while water restrictions applied.
“I think we’ve all learnt a great lesson from the drought and the Water Wise Rules are a constant reminder that we all have an important part to play in creating a better water future for our region.
“Water restrictions have applied for more than ten years and we now have a whole generation of people who know how precious water is and I am confident our region will continue saving water by following the new Water Wise Rules,” said Mayor Graham.
Gosford City Council Mayor Laurie Maher said the move to the new Water Wise Rules is a vote of confidence in the future supply of water to the Central Coast.
“Although Level 1 water restrictions only recently came into effect our dam levels continue to rise and the Councils agreed to move to permanent Water Wise Rules when the level at Mangrove Creek Dam exceeded 44 percent,” said Mayor Maher.
“With the recent rain and the Mardi-Mangrove Link operating at full capacity Mangrove Creek Dam storage has increased to 44.6 percent and our total dam storage is the highest it’s been in over 10 years at 46.6 percent.
“Our water supply system has had a number of major improvements and with rising dam levels and the community’s water smart behaviour the region is in a much stronger position for the future.”

For more information see the Gosford/Wyong Councils' Water Authority website.
Posted 16th May 2012

Whats On Logo button imageHELP IS ON THE PHONE:
The Red Cross is calling for more volunteers:

The Australian Red Cross has a free service for the elderly, disabled or medically dependant members of our community that live alone to still retain a sense of independence.
The service is called Telecross.
Many, many lives have been saved by this free service. Some few volunteers are rostered every month but the majority make a quick call each morning to a person in need to check on their welfare, one month on and one month off. If the client does not answer or reports an ill condition the caller refers this to Telecross and checks are made and or the appropriate family or services are notified.
Become a volunteer or register someone you know in need of this life saving service.
There are even Corporate registrations where your staff can make a quick call first thing in the morning. Saving lives in bulk, now that's what I would call putting the people back into big business.

Whats On Logo button image CELEBRANT'S FOR ALL OR ANY OCCASION :
For many years Whats On Central Coast has been most happily assisting many visitors with their wedding plans.

A one stop spot for the Venue, caterers, and the entertainment has been a great help.

I am happy to say we can now add to the list a Marriage Celebrant (to suit all tastes and beliefs) or two. Well not only for tying the knot but also for Baby Naming Ceremonies, Reaffirmation of Vows, Commitment Ceremonies, Funerals or any ceremony that may require a celebrant.

LYNN HEYWOOD; Lynn is a Certified Marriage Celebrant based on the NSW Central Coast. For more information on her professional practice or a little about her personality, please check out the Lynn Heywood website. While you're there feel free to have a look through some of her previous clients response to her heartwarming service in the testimonials page. If you would like to talk to Lynn directly, you can do so through the contact portal.

Performing at weddings for over 30 years as an entertainer and Master of Ceremonies, being closely involved in the happiness of many couples, the obvious choice to become a Civil Marriage Celebrant was a forgone conclusion
Jim’s other ceremonial duties include:- Baby Naming's, Reaffirmation Of Vows, Commitment Ceremonies, Funerals, Memorials, Scattering Of Ashes Ceremonies, Community  Gatherings And Events, Special Rituals. All Religious Beliefs Catered For.

In a Central Coast first Jim Heywood will conduct your wedding ceremony anytime of the day or night and any hour in the wee small hours of the morning, 7 days a week. His fee will remain the same as normal operating hours.
Jim Is also offering you a free book, “Unique Weddings” with some wonderful idea to make your special day unique to the love you both share.

Contact Jim to receive your copy.

For more information please see

Whats On Logo button image FREE AQUA AEROBIC GROUP:
Free Aqua Aerobic Group (only cost is fee into the pool) for 50's + in warm water.
You don't have to be able to swim, any equipment used is supplied free.
For Men and women. No bookings necessary - just turn up. Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m.

Run by Gosford Senior Citizen Center Gosford this group has been going for three years.

Contact Rhonda the volunteer Team Leader for more information.

Whats On Logo button image WAGS - WORKING AGED GROUP STROKE:
WAGS: Who are we?
Welcome to the world of WAGS - Working Aged Group Stroke (65 years & under).
We are a fun loving group of stroke survivors and carers,situated on the Central Coast of NSW, Australia, who meet each month to share experiences and information. We also meet at other times during the month for social outings with a view to forming friendships.

Our groups main aim is to raise awareness within the community of people of working age who have suffered from stroke and also to help the stroke survivor and their families to take control of their lives.
We encourage your carer to come along so that they too can find understanding and support.

If you have had a stroke or are the carer and need some company with people who will understand your situation, then come along to a meeting. Phone 0410 444 122 for more details.

Local meetings are held on the first Saturday of every month at Mingara Club, Mingara Drive, Tumbi from 10am to 12 noon. . Phone 43497799.

For more information please see the

Invisible Illness poster imageWhats On Logo button imageINVISIBLE ILLNESS SUPPORT GROUP:
Invisible Illness Support Network

We meet monthly on the 1st Wednesday of the Month From 11.30am until 2.30pm.

Cost is $2 per person to cover hall hire.

We ask participants to bring either a drink or plate of food to share.

Do you have, care for or know someone with an invisible illness? Do you want to meet people who understand the effect that invisible illnesses have on life?

 Lupus
 Sjogrens
 Fibromyalgia
 Scleroderma
 Auto-immune illness
 Cancer
 Epilepsy
 Raynauds
 Thyroid Disease
 Digestive Diseases
 Meniere’s
 Mental Illness/Depression
 Vertigo
 Chronic Fatigue
 Narcolepsy
 Neurological Disorders
 Arthritis—All types
 Anything illness that impairs your daily living

We always welcome people who would be interested as being guests to our group.

If you have any queries, please don't hesitate to Cara on ... 0422 953 503 or via email

When: 1st Wednesday of the month (Except January)
Where: 1st Avoca Beach Scout Hall
Cost: $2 for hall hire, please bring a plate of food &/or drinks to share.
Contact: Cara Taylor - 0422 953 503

Part of the DISC INC. Super Hero Invisible Illness Program.

In memory of Tracy Leigh Ahearn (25/11/1966 – 03/07/2005)
A local Gynaecological cancer support group has been organised for Central Coast patients, carers, their families and friends.
The group meets the last Monday of each month between 10am and 12 noon at the Cancer Council Building, 127 Erina Street, Gosford.
Everyone is welcome, whether touched by this illness or no and all assistance is greatly appreciated toward raising public awareness in an effort to gain some funding for research into this type of cancer.
Rainbow Haven Gynae support Group
127 Erina St, Gosford, NSW 2250
Contact: The Cancer Council NSW
Phone: 4325 5444
Fax: 4325 5688

Website: E-mail:

Central Coast Gymnastics Academy service the northern end of the coast and are located at Charmhaven.
They cater for all kids 14mths-teens, specialising in boys and special need groups.
They also have a wonderful school holiday gym program to give the kids some active fun in holiday times.
Contact Maryanne on 0243 920 477

Central Coast Inner Wheel Clubs of Gosford North, Terrigal and Wyong
Inner Wheel is a women's organisation dedicated to fun, friendship and working together to help women, children and others in the community who need help and support. It's a great feeling to be able to help those less fortunate.

Inner Wheel members also raise funds for our National Project, Cord Blood Research. Throughout Australia, Inner Wheel has raised over two million dollars and provided 33 research grants to scientists who are researching the uses of cord blood to help save lives. Five hundred people around the world have received cord blood transplants which have saved their lives - 153 in Australia.

We're calling out to dynamic women across the Central Coast to form a young women's club that can work together for just a few hours a month to make a difference and improve lives.

Contact Pat on 4324 2224, or Margaret on 4389 2040 or come along for coffee on Saturday, 20 September at 10 am to the Erina Centre Meeting Room 3, Erina Fair, to find out more about Inner Wheel.

Whats On Logo button image GOSFORD APEX CLUB:
The Apex Club of Gosford which has been in operation since 1956, is reviewing its role in the community with a view to increasing its membership.

Apex is known nationally for its involvement in helping to establish The Royal Flying Doctor Service, Royal Guide Dogs for the Blind, children's cancer and leukaemia research, life education and many more worthwhile causes.

There are few towns or localities in Australia that cannot boast an Apex park, scout hall or community facility that Apex has not assisted in some way. Clubs have been in the forefront in providing assistance to the aged, disabled and the young.

Some of the upcoming events the Apex Club of Gosford will be involved with in the latter part of 2011 include Daffodil Day for the Cancer Council, assisting at the Guide Dogs of NSW open day, holding a charity movie night, selling Christmas trees and organising Carols in Kibble Park - an event that we have hosted for over 50 years.

Members are also welcome to suggest future activities.

Apex Clubs provide the opportunity for members to learn new skills in meeting procedure, effective speaking and in developing leadership.
A great opportunity exists to meet other young people from a diversity of backgrounds and employment. Lasting friendships have developed with the families of other members through contacts made in Apex.
These aspects of personal development and growth have proved beneficial to thousands of Apexians in leading them to becoming better citizens and employees.

Whats On Logo button image VIEW CLUBS:
VIEW women know their organisation is unique. Where else can a woman find a group that gives her the opportunity to:
*Meet regularly with other women of all ages and from all walks of life
*Have a forum to discuss and exchange ideas
*Secure lasting friendships
*Learn new skills and develop new interests
*Have fun times together with others
*Do good deeds and help others
VIEW women are seriously committed to providing educational opportunities for disadvantaged Australian children and their families, and have great fun while actively contributing in their local communities. VIEW is non-sectarian and non-party political.
For more information on local VIEW Clubs please visit the website


The Bateau Bay VIEW Club meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 10.45am at the Bay Sports Club, Bias Ave, Bateau Bay. Enquiries 4332 0904.

Halekulani VIEW Club Monthly Meeting and Luncheon 3rd Friday Monthly at 10.30am at Halekulani Bowling Club, Natuna Ave Budgewoi

Whats On Logo button image LIONS CLUBS:
Fellowship...good times...meeting people... building lasting friendships...service to the community... learning new skills... leadership and personal development-these are just some of the benefits of being a member of Lions Club, the world's largest and most active service club organisation.
For more information on Lions Clubs please visit the website.
Avoca, Charmhaven, Chittaway Bay, Doyalson-Wyee-Budgewoi, East Gosford, Gorokan-Kanwal, Gosford Challenge, Gosford City, Green Point - Avoca, Gwandalan, Killarney Bateau, Munmorah-Summerland Point, Narara Valley, Terrigal-Wamberal, The Entrance, 0481 332 142, Toukley, Woy Woy, Wangi Wangi, Wyoming, Wyong

Whats On Logo button image TOASTMASTERS CLUBS:
Blue Gum Flat Toastmasters
We meet at Ourimbah RSL 7.15pm on 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month
CONTACT: toastmastersbgf@gmail.com
Brisbane Water Breakfast Toastmasters Club meets on the second and last Saturday of each month except December from 8:30am to 10:30am at Erina Centre, Erina Fair, (opposite library).
For more information telephone Mike Cronshaw: 0459240183
Erina Toastmasters meets 2nd & 4th Mondays (6-8pm) at Erina Leagues Club.

For more information contact Jan on 43 416842
Coastal Communicators meets the 1st & 3rd Thursdays (6.45-8.45pm) at Doyolson/Wyee RSL Club.

For further information contact Jan on 43 416842

Whats On Logo button image ROTARY CLUBS:
Rotary Food/Drink van for your Event
If your Central Coast event requires food, drinks and coffee and you would like to support Gosford North Rotary Clubs please contact;
Rotarian Arthur Edwards;
Ph 4384 6617
Mob 0418 248 625.

The food van is fully equipped, council compliant and manned by volunteer Rotarians to cater for all outdoor events and profits will go to local community projects.
Thanks for your support of Rotary.
What would it take to change the world? Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.
Gosford, Gosford Golf Club, Racecourse Rd., Gosford 4369 1586, The Entrance, Mingara Recreational Club, Mingara Dr., Tumbi 4389 2040, Woy Woy, Everglades Country Club, Woy Woy 4369 7496, Terrigal Rotary Hall, Old Duffy's Rd., Terrigal 4384 5845

Whats On Logo button image YOUTH CENTRES:
Where would we be without our local PCYC's and Youth Centres giving our kids something to do in places safe to be?

The Hill Youth Centre;
98 Mitchell Drive Kariong Phone (02) 4304 7039
Acting Centre Coordinator - Michelle Tilden EMAIL MICHELLE
Kincumber Youth Centre
Off Kincumber Street, Kincumber (opposite Kincumber High School) Phone 4369 5633
Centre Coordinator - Jonathan Clarke - EMAIL JONATHAN
The Hub - Erina
North South Road, Erina Fair Phone 4304 7104
Centre Coordinator - Steve Knee EMAIL STEVE

Whats On Central Coast Logo Button image THE FAIR TRADE HUB:
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Whats On Central Coast Logo Button image BRIGHT IDEA FOR RECYCLING:
A new recycling program for batteries, light globes and fluorescent tubes will commence at Council’s Customer Contact centres and libraries.

Residents can now bring in their unwanted batteries and fluorescent lights to collection points around the shire, rather than having to wait for the twice yearly chemical collection days.

Collection points and acceptable materials are:
* Civic Centre, Hely Street Wyong – batteries, fluorescent globes and fluorescent tubes
* Tuggerah Library and Lake Haven Library – batteries and fluorescent globes
* The Entrance Library, Bateau Bay Library and Toukley Library – batteries only.

Batteries and fluorescent lights contain harmful elements such as mercury, alkaline and lead acid, which can cause major environmental hazards, and can also pose a serious health risk, with the mercury in just one fluorescent tube polluting up to 30,000 litres of water.
“When incorrectly disposed, toxins from these materials can contaminate our local waterways and harm wildlife,” said Michael Neville, Council’s Waste and Sustainability Project Officer
“Recycling collections are the easiest way to reduce the possibility of damaging our environment and also allows for components of the batteries and lights to be reused.”

The recycling program has been introduced for a trial period of one year, at which time the success of the program will be evaluated.

The program has been funded by the NSW Government’s Waste and Sustainability Improvement Payment to help reduce the amount of materials being incorrectly disposed.

Please note, fluorescent tubes and light globes must be clean and unbroken to be accepted at Council’s offices.

For more information on the program call Council’s Customer Contact: 4350 5555.

Gosford City Council logo imageWhats On Logo button image NEW ONLINE SEARCH FACILITY:
Gosford City Council has introduced a new online search facility to locate those recorded as buried in either Point Clare Cemetery or Wamberal Cemetery.

The service is now available through Council’s website at by searching ‘cemeteries name search’.

Gosford City Council’s Cemetery Officer, Ms Maureen Rowatt said that the service will be especially useful to local historians and those exploring their family history.
“This new search facility will be of great assistance to people piecing together a family history or locating a relative’s grave.
“It provides a section, row, lot number and map of the grounds to make the grave site easily locatable in the cemetery,” said Ms Rowatt.

For any information on Council’s Cemeteries visit the Council Cemetery Page:

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