Creative Workshops

Viva Pilates donation

This year Geri Taylor from Viva Pilates sold artwork to raise money for the Eurobodalla team. Geri made handmade cards and donated 100% of the proceeds to the clients, staff and support workers to have a special Christmas treat. Many thanks to Geri and to everyone who bought one of her beautiful cards.

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Big beards and bearing gifts for SEWACS

But when the Bearded Villains arrived at South East Women and Children’s Services in Bega on Saturday, manager Caroline Long said it was a lovely, life-affirming visit.

To read the full article from the Bega District News, published on 07 December 2020, click on the following link:

https://www.begadistrictnews.com.au/story/7043818/big-beards-and-bearing-gifts-for-sewacs/

Raising funds for the nest swing

This year SEWACS installed a durable therapeutic nest swing for adults and children to use at the Eurobodalla service, using funds previously donated by groups such as the Moruya CWA, and the Torquay Community House, as well as individuals from the Eurobodalla community.

Local business owner, Geri Taylor, is selling her handwoven artworks and donating the funds to SEWACS Eurobodalla.

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Moruya Colour Run chalks up awareness of domestic violence

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On Saturday (November 23) Moruya’s Riverside Park was filled with young people who had a message – domestic violence is not tolerated here. Full article below:

How to Adult

‘Navigate the maze’: Life hack course in adulting launched

HOW TO ADULT: South East Women and Children’s Services’ Kylie Furnell with Wellways Karen Wright and Sapphire Community Pantry’s Christine Welsh and Peter Buggy in Bega on Wednesday. Picture: Alasdair McDonald

Bega District News article:

https://www.begadistrictnews.com.au/story/6101086/navigate-the-maze-life-hack-course-in-adulting-launched/?cs=509&fbclid=IwAR2AuVbnMAg4e_hfJX-3Ff5jMColktMxg32rxafkrgYbDta0BztnQ1RswO4

Youth homelessness in Bega Valley: 19yo spends three weeks living in car

Raising awareness of youth homelessness in Bega on Wednesday are SEWACS’ Skye Woolhouse and Kylie Furnell as well as Bega’s Rani Quin (middle). See article from Bega District News from 17 April 2019.

https://www.begadistrictnews.com.au/story/6070159/youth-homelessness-in-bega-valley-19yo-spends-three-weeks-living-in-car/

My Town Photo Treasure Hunt

Youth Week Treasure Hunt

Grab a team in your town for the chance to win great prizes

Send completed entry forms to our facebook page in a PM
First clue to find treasure list will be released on the 19th

Bega Valley services say lack of local youth crisis accommodation is a major problem

The following article was printed in the Bega District News on 20 December 2017

http://www.begadistrictnews.com.au/story/5133765/housing-crisis-in-valley/