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The countdown is on to the opening of the new Karingal
Kommercial building, with construction expected to finish later
this month, ready for staff and supported employees to move into in
It is an exciting period for the branch and will consolidate the
three areas of operation it offers - business solutions, food
services and environmental solutions.
Two special guests helped helped launch the SPINES (SPinal
Injury Networks Education and Support) carer support group, with
London Paralympian Sam McIntosh and acclaimed singer Tim McCallum
speaking about the crucial role that carers play.
According to former Australian Socceroos goalkeeper Mark
Schwarzer, 'everyone needs to wake in the morning with a goal' - a
focus of the Community Street Soccer program.
Melbourne Heart and MatchWorks helped deliver this important
message to homeless, marginalised and disadvantaged people by
holding a special clinic in February.
Cooking a roast chicken, getting motivated to complete domestic
tasks and learning what a balanced diet consists of - these are
some of the goals that participants have set in the new Living and
You only have to hear Cassie Callander's thoughts to realise how
successful the Work… My Way project was.
On February 27, Cassie was one of 14
females from Karingal Participate that took part in the
Conversations about death and dying are often avoided but
Karingal's ARCsupport is helping raise awareness of the important
topic with its Advance Care Planning project.
Congratulations to all involved in the hugely successful
Hundred Hole Hike and Music to a Tee.
When Karingal participant Sharyn Lyons began work placement at
Tate Street Primary School in Geelong as part of her Certificate I
in Work Education course, she didn't realise that it might help her
decide on a career path in childcare.
To say you have helped out the AFL's reigning premiers is an
impressive feat and one that two MatchWorks participants can say