We are pleased to share with our networks, the Premier’s response to the CoCB/Volunteering QLD joint position paper, released in April. A brief snippet:
“Igniting the Fire of Collaboration Between Small Community Organisations” By Natalie Alexander as told by Tracy Sharp 02/10/14 Equity Works is a small but rapidly growing community service organisation based on the Sunshine Coast. The organisation commenced when parents from a local special school banded together and lobbied the local government for funding for a… Continue reading Stories from the Coast: Igniting the Fire of Collaboration
“Why hadn’t we thought of this before?”- The Gift of Collaboration Springs up in the Heart of a Small Community Town. Written by Natalie Alexander as told by a member of the community 14/11/14 Helen Keller once said: “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Her words have rung true… Continue reading Stories from the Coast: Why hadn’t we thought of this before? (Part 1)
The Coalition of Community Boards, in conjunction with Volunteering QLD are pleased to launch a position paper to the QLD Government.
With the Hinterland Connections Governance Workshop booked out within days of release, the Sunshine Coast Coalition of Community Boards is pleased to announce their next workshop, Strengthening Coastal Connections. To be held on Thursday April 9 at the Maroochydore Community Centre, this workshop is designed for boards of small and local community organisations. Book fast… Continue reading Sunshine Coast Workshop Series: Creating Coastal Connections
We are very excited to welcome Eunice Donovan as official project worker for the Whitsunday, Isaac, Mackay Coalition of Community Boards. Taking a sabbatical from her role at Mackay Regional Council for the next four months, Eunice will support Boards and Committees of locally-managed not-for-profit organisations in the Whitsunday Isaac Mackay (WIM) region to withstand… Continue reading Welcome Eunice!