Very Neighbourly Organisations
Neighbours take time to check in with people who might not be doing so well.
Check out R U OK?’s tips on how to start a conversation with your neighbour.
Sing Australia accepts that everyone can sing and it makes no judgement on how well that happens.
It is inclusive and welcoming of everyone with singing groups meeting weekly across Australia and performing as often as possible at community events.
Find out more…
Orange Sky has 13 vehicles around Australia, providing free laundry and showers for our friends on the street.
More importantly a platform for over 1300 hours positive, genuine and non-judgemental conversations between our everyday homeless friends and our everyday volunteers every week.
A national broadcaster of multicultural and multilingual programming in over 100 languages; SBS has more than 7 million viewers each week in neighbourhoods and communities across Australia.
The Country Education Foundation helps rural and regional students to pursue study and job opportunities. Education changes lives. And families. And communities.
Check out their neighbourly investment in the future.
Community Justice Centres (NSW)
The NSW Elder Abuse Helpline & Resource Unit provides information, support and referrals; is confidential; and callers remain anonymous.The Helpline believes in the power of community – many older people across NSW are assisted, thanks to concerned neighbours who call the Helpline.
COTA helps create a more just, equitable and caring community in which older people are actively involved, with access to appropriate support, services and care.
The City of Cockburn (WA) creates opportunities for the Cockburn community to get to know their neighbours and build strong, vibrant and connected communities.They Celebrate Cockburn each year in creative ways and encourage residents to identify what they love about their city.