Articles of Interest - 3 September
Written on the 3 September 2020 by SAFCA
MarionLIFE E-news for August - WE'RE BACK!
We are so excited to be able to gather in person again! While some things are different to comply with COVIDSafe regulations, we hope you find MarionLIFE to be the same fun and welcoming place.
All are welcome:
Please note the situation around COVID-19 can quickly change, so please check the SA Health website and subsequently our website and social media accounts in case the above information changes.
FREE cooking classes. The course will run weekly for seven weeks from 15 September. The sessions involve participants making various dishes together they are able to enjoy some of the meal at the end of the sessions and make enough to take home to eat later.
The project aims to help people connect and to provide pathway opportunities into further study and employment. Bookings essential through MarionLIFE: 887 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park, phone 82770304 or email email@example.com. Contact us ASAP to register for this course.
This foundation skills course is supported by the Government of South Australia.
Tax Help is a network of ATO-trained and accredited community volunteers who provide a free and confidential service to help people complete their tax returns. Did you earn around $60,000 or less in the last financial year? Haven't sold shares? Don't own your own business or investment property? Then you are eligible to have your tax completed for free at MarionLIFE.
Appointments available Tuesday and Thursday from late July to early October. Please call our office on 8277 0304 to book an appointment.
MarionLIFE Community Services has Financial and Budget Counselling available on site. Financial Counselling is provided by UnitingCare Wesley Bowden. Appointments provide a free, confidential and independent service that can:
To book an appointment contact MarionLIFE by phone 82770304, email firstname.lastname@example.org or come by in person to 887 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park.
The MarionLIFE Team, enrich lives, maximise independence, provide hope
On Wednesday 26 August, the South Australian Council of Social Service (SACOSS) participated in the Raise For Rate Digital Protest. We called for a permanent and adequate raise to JobSeeker and other income support payments and to voice our concerns regarding the forthcoming $300 reduction of the Coronavirus Supplement in late September.
The South Australian Council of Social Service (SACOSS) has recently launched a new social media campaign called #HereForSA, developed to recognise, promote and build pride in the community sector
The toolkit was developed by family lawyers in Legal Aid NSW and draws together a range of materials that are typically provided to clients during face-to-face advice sessions, but in electronic form.
There are factsheets to guide clients in relation to family law issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, for support persons as well as for clients seeking support to escape domestic and family violence. The toolkit's contents will be updated as new resources are developed.