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Event kits for organisations in the Great Southern

Act-Belong-Commit event kits are now available to help you promte your event and encourage people to be involved.

 

Does your organisation:

  • Plan to hold events and activities to raise your profile?
  • Want to better promote your activities?
  • Need to boost its membership and volunteerism?
  • Provide community members with an opportunity to engage in a mentally healthy activity?

Contact your Local Act-Belong-Commit Project Officer for more information and an application form: Joanna Steel on 9821 6287 or via e-mail joanna.steel@health.wa.gov.au

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