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Dubbo Regional Council are inviting community organisations, who are seeking an annual donation to help deliver services to the community, to apply now for a share in the $155,000 Community Services Fund. To be successful for funding, community organisations projects must meet the following criteria:

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Palliative Care NSW
Palliative Care Spirituality & Reflective Practice Forum
23 August 2018, 9.30am-3.30pm
The Ivory Room, Musicians Club, 276 Crystal St, Broken Hill

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FutureAbility, Settlement Services International (SSI)
Engaging Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Communities in the NDIS
25 July 2018, 9.00am-4.30pm
The Neighbourhood Centre, 96 Russell St, Bathurst

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Cancer Council NSW Western Region office has one fully funded vehicle based in Dubbo which provides free transport for cancer patients and their carers to and from treatment at the Alan Coates Cancer Centre at Dubbo Base Hospital and cancer-related appointments in the Dubbo CBD.

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TAFE is running a number of Leadership & Management training in Bathurst and Orange. Download the following documents for more information and contact details:
- Orange: Commencing 27 July 2018 - docxProgram Guide: Advanced Diploma of Leadership & Management

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- Assist small not-for-profit organisation - Orange NSW
- Gain experience in managing a CRM (customer relationship management) system
- Regular commitment of one shift (3 hours or more) per fortnight on a Monday, Thursday or Friday

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Assistive Technology Australia
Home Modifications Course
18-19 September 2018, 9.30am-4.30pm
Dubbo

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Central West Women's Health Centre
Living Well with Chronic Illness Workshop for Women
7 August 2018, 2.00pm-4.30pm
20 William St, Bathurst

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Hidden Treasures is an annual initiative of the Department of Primary Industries’ Rural Women’s Network which recognises the outstanding efforts of women volunteers in NSW and promotes the valuable role of volunteering to the community. This important tribute captures inspirational stories, documenting and celebrating the unpaid work of women