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Are you searching for a way to contribute in your community? Settlement Services International are seeking volunteers to fulfill a number of different roles at various locations across western and south-western Sydney. There is an option for everyone to give back in a meaningful way. 

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The Biggest Recess aims to highlight that it is everyone’s responsibility to ensure that the children of today grow up healthy and well. This year’s Biggest Recess will take place on 27 October, and organisations across NSW will take part. Organisations can register a team to participate and learn more about how we can all be healthy role models to children

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Every child who receives their 12 month, 18 month or four-year-old immunisation in participating practices in Western Sydney during the Immunisation Bike Competition will be eligible to go into the draw to win a bike and helmet. Since its implementation, this initiative has seen more than 4,700 western Sydney children immunised during the campaign periods.

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Generation CommunitY is a leadership program designed for people under 35, on the pathway to a management role or already in a management position. Generation CommunitY is your chance to develop key knowledge and leadership skills from market experts, helping you transition into leadership roles and to influence positive change.

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Apply now to join the 2018 NSW Youth Advisory Council and have your say on issues that matter for young people in New South Wales. On the council you will have the ear of the NSW Government and the opportunity to take a stand for issues you care about.

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The Indian (sub-continental) Crisis and Support Agency has been empanelled by the Government of India to offer financial assistance to Indian women living in Australia who have been abandoned by their husbands.

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The key for future job security in Sydney will be providing support to the growing population in Western Sydney, with better infrastructure and employment hubs like the one established in Parramatta, according to Professor Phillip O'Neill, director of the Centre for Western Sydney at Western Sydney University.