We begin our walk by going south down Warrigal Road on the western (city) side of the road, noting that the Burwood Neighbourhood House (The Bulletin’s distribution centre) is just across the road, in Church Street.
There are around 116 000 people in Australia experiencing homelessness. Orange Sky is a not-for-profit organisation helping to positively connect people doing it tough by providing free laundry, warm showers and genuine conversation.
From its earliest days, Eastern Lions Soccer Club (ELSC) prided itself on bringing people together; starting with its unity and mateship – the envy of many local clubs.
Imagine living in a new, rapidly developing city: coffee houses abound; tram and train lines are expanding in every direction, many newspapers inform citizens. Entertainment Halls dotting the suburbs provide a venue for public and sporting club meetings, Masonic meetings, sale of goods and various entertainments.
After almost 70 years, the Box Hill Ballet School still prides itself on being a welcoming, family-friendly community organisation, where students return year after year, with some second and even third generation students attending classes.
While COVID-19 continues to challenge us, North Balwyn Cricket Club (NBCC) says Toyota’s Good for Cricket program significantly helps clubs navigate the disruptions caused by this pandemic.
There are more than 50 million Scouts, young people and adults, male and female, in over 200 countries and territories. In Victoria, we have 17 000 youth members and 5000 adult volunteers. The strong feeling of connection across geographic and cultural divisions is a model for world accord.