The Early Years Discussion Group (EYDG) in Broken Hill has been recognised in New South Wales for making an outstanding contribution to improving opportunities for children in the Far West.
The EYDG won the Advocacy for Children award at a ceremony in Sydney today (Wednesday 21st ) ahead of NSW Children’s Week next week.
The NSW Children’s Week Awards recognise outstanding contributions to the needs, interests and welfare of children in four categories: Exceptional Young Person, Endeavour Award, Community Commitment Award and Advocacy for Children Award.Advocacy for Children
Everyone needs to access transport services for a range of needs including: Cultural Business, Sporting events, Doctors, Social Activities, Funerals, visit Family, visit Friends, Elders Business, Mens Business, Womens Business, Elder Olympics, NAIDOC and Community meetings.
Community Transport can help provide transport assistance for many of the things described above so that you can live a connected, healthy and meaningful life.Community Transport Services : Aboriginal Transport Network