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Emergency relief available. Telstra Bills Assistance Program. Energy vouchers - electricity.

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Hillston Lions Club Inc.

NSW, Australia

Lions Club provides support in emergency situations e.g. fire and flood. Provides support for community projects, community activities, support, and labour for aged care. Promotion of youth activities e.g. Youth Exchange, Youth of Year, Anti-drug campaign. Support for disabled/blind and deaf as specific need arises. Provides an opportunity shop for needy cases to supply emergency clothing, blankets and household goods.

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Lions Club - Finley

NSW, Australia

Lions Clubs help financially and with man power and equipment in time of disaster, accident or social problem world wide. Also by supporting research in the medical and technical fields.

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Give donated goods to people in need of welfare. Goods include furniture, second hand goods, whitegoods bric a brac.

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Salvation Army - Lismore

NSW, Australia

Benevolent society which conducts a range of activities and outlets.Welfare assistance

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Benevolent society which conducts a range of different activities and outlets. Welfare assistance, food vouchers, clothing & blankets, electricity voucher (must have Centrelink referral).

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The SES is a NSW Govt authority, and will respond to calls for assistance following storm damage and flooding to property.

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Assistance for those in the Ryde and Hunters Hill local government area facing short term financial crisis. The payment may assist people to meet necessary bills, purchase food etc. No cash payments available.

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LinC Warringah

NSW, Australia

Referral Centre reaching out to those in need (but not a crisis centre). Financial assistance, transport, friendship and home visiting is available through a network of Churches and service agencies. A network of local churches is mobilised to link Christian volunteers with the needs of their local community. Calls go to message bank. Volunteers use own cars.

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Chatswood Legacy

NSW, Australia

Care and support of widows and dependents of deceased returned ex-servicemen. Includes welfare assistance and social functions.

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Family Store sells second hand clothes and provides of emergency relief. Emergency relief is provided free of charge; Goods purchased at the Family Store are inexpensive.

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This Centre offers good quality second-hand goods for sale including clothing, household items and books. It is also a contact point for accepting donations and has a referral facility for people seeking assistance.

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132 500 is for emergencies only. For information call 1800 201 000 The SES aims to keep people safe and minimise the risks to life and property when emergencies occur. Provides information on preparing for floods and storms and assistance after disaster or emergency situations. SES units are always looking for volunteers to work in the field and to assist in managing operations, communications, media and community education. This is the Regional office, not the local unit.

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Provides no interest loans to people on low incomes, living or working in the scheme area. Loans are used to purchase essential household items and medical aids, that are deemed to improve the health and wellbeing of the applicant or their family. The term of the loan is usually 12 months with repayments being tailored to suit individual circumstances. Maximum loan is $1000. MUST NOT be eligible for financial assistance through any other means and not eligible for Centrelink Advance Payment.

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Crisis relief and emergency assistance. Provision of food, furniture and clothing. Practical assistance may be available, following interview and assessment process, for people in financial difficulty. May offer assistance with rent, removals, Telstra accounts. People can self refer, or be referred by other agencies, for appointment. Building is accessible for wheelchairs.

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Conference Members are volunteers of the Society who visit people in their own homes to provide support, friendship and material assistance. This practice is known as Home Visitation. Members support needy people by visiting them where they live, that is, in their homes, the sick and lonely in hospitals, the elderly in nursing homes and hostels, people with a mental illness, people in prison and people in detention centres. Conferences are typically Parish based groups of people who respond to calls for assistance from people in the local community. People who are being assisted by Conference Members are often provided with furniture, clothing and household goods through the Society's Centres of Charity. The Conference generally consists of a group of approximately eight to ten people from the local Catholic parish. Conferences usually meet weekly to report on the visits they have made and discuss the main needs in their local area.

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Conference Members are volunteers of the Society who visit people in their own homes to provide support, friendship and material assistance. This practice is known as Home Visitation. Members support needy people by visiting them where they live, that is, in their homes, the sick and lonely in hospitals, the elderly in nursing homes and hostels, people with a mental illness, people in prison and people in detention centres. Conferences are typically Parish based groups of people who respond to calls for assistance from people in the local community. People who are being assisted by Conference Members are often provided with furniture, clothing and household goods through the Society's Centres of Charity. The Conference generally consists of a group of approximately eight to ten people from the local Catholic parish. Conferences usually meet weekly to report on the visits they have made and discuss the main needs in their local area.

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Conference Members are volunteers of the Society that visit people in their own homes to provide support, friendship and material assistance. This practice is known as Home Visitation. Members support needy people by visiting them where they live, that is, in their homes, the sick and lonely in hospitals, the elderly in nursing homes and hostels, people with a mental illness, people in prison and people in detention centres. Conferences are typically Parish based groups of people who respond to calls for assistance from people in the local community. People who are being assisted by Conference Members are often provided with furniture, clothing and household goods through the Society's Centres of Charity. The Conference generally consists of a group of approximately eight to ten people from the local Catholic parish. Conferences usually meet weekly to report on the visits they have made and discuss the main needs in their local area.

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Conference Members are volunteers of the Society that visit people in their own homes to provide support, friendship and material assistance. This practice is known as Home Visitation. Members support needy people by visiting them where they live, that is, in their homes, the sick and lonely in hospitals, the elderly in nursing homes and hostels, people with a mental illness, people in prison and people in detention centres. Conferences are typically Parish based groups of people who respond to calls for assistance from people in the local community. People who are being assisted by Conference Members are often provided with furniture, clothing and household goods through the Society's Centres of Charity. The Conference generally consists of a group of approximately eight to ten people from the local Catholic parish. Conferences usually meet weekly to report on the visits they have made and discuss the main needs in their local area.

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Corowa Red Cross

NSW, Australia

The Australian Red Cross offers volunteer assistance within the community.

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Drop-in Centre

NSW, Australia

The Drop-in Centre is located in Johnston St on the Fitzmaurice St side of the Uniting Church Car Park. It is open from 10.30am to 1.30pm on weekdays February- December. Go in and chat over a cup of tea or coffee free of charge.

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Emergency housing and support for women and children escaping domestic violence.

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Crisis Accommodation for women, with or without children, escaping domestic violence. Weekly support groups and Outreach Service Worker.

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Provides short term crisis accommodation. Assists and supports residents towards independent living with a case management plan, or case plan over 8 weeks. For men, women and children who are either homeless or confronting the prospect of becoming homeless, in crisis, at risk of self harm, escaping domestic violence. Accommodation is in self-contained family units (7 in total). Two or three person may share a unit, each having own room.

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Loans of up to $900.00 for purchases of and/or services to be paid at No Interest of a period of 12 to 18 months The Loan CANNOT be used for the purpose of paying rent arrears; general living expenses; car repairs or for secondhand furniture. The money will be paid by Cheque to the supplier. Client must phone to make an appt and take relevant documents.

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Emergency service Provide trained volunteers on call for natural disaster relief, eg floods, earthquakes & storms Community assistance in emergencies, especially storm, flood and tempest.

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Short term, emergency accommodation for women and children in crisis because of domestic violence &/or homelessness.

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Local charity operating under the auspice of the Lismore Neighbourhood Centre. Provision of practical and material support to people with mental health issues, their families and their carers such as clothing, bedding, some furniture, games, music, books, toiletry packs, thongs and phone cards. Referrals to mental health services.

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