IMPACT Community Services is setting up a pop-up stall at Hinkler Central so if you've ever been curious about what we can do for you, come on down and say hello.
We'll be setting up just outside the Cotton On store from Tuesday, November 3 to Thursday, November 5.
It's a great chance to come down and have a look at the diverse range of support services we have.
We will have staff from key parts of the organisation to answer any questions you may have about training, job services and family and individual support.
For example, we have a new training course in hospitality starting November 16. Come and find out all about it.
And if you’ve ever thought about volunteering with IMPACT come and have a chat.
“Over the last 40 years, IMPACT has supported thousands of people to improve their life opportunities,” said IMPACT Managing Director Tanya O'Shea.
“It is therefore essential that we connect with our community to ensure that our programs and services remain relevant and accessible.
“These events are more than just an opportunity to promote our services. They are an excellent opportunity for our team to listen to the needs of people within our community.”
We will also be doing a very quick survey where people can go into the draw to win a $100 gift voucher and a huge jar of lollies. Just guess the number of lollies in the jar!
We'd love to see you and find out how we can support your dreams and change your life.
Anyone is eligible to win the $100 gift voucher.
Entries are made by answering the IMPACT Community Services’ survey at Hinkler Central Shopping Centre 3rd - 5th November 2020.
1 free guess is provided upon completion of the survey per person.
The prize will be drawn on Friday the 6th November, winners to be notified by phone.
The results will be published on IMPACT’s Facebook page.
If the winner does not claim the prize within 5 business days, the voucher will be redrawn.
In the case of multiple correct guesses, a name will be drawn randomly.
This draw is run by IMPACT Community Services’ Communications Manager Adam Wratten.