26th September 2016
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS The Society of Saint Hilarion is currently seeking interested community members to help us run our Café Francesco Totino and bus driving. Of course, there are plenty of other worthy and meaningful ways you can assist us by volunteering.
We’d love to chat with you. If interested, please call Caroline Russo on 8235 9055 to express your interest and find out more….
7th July 2016
It gives me great pleasure to announce that Frank Naso Wellness Director has been recognised by ACS SA & NT, South Australia’s Not for Profit Aged Care Peak Body, as Employee of the Year. The Award honours and recognises individual excellence in the delivery of aged and community care services.
Frank was up against some extremely tough opposition, and did us all proud with his acceptance speech, acknowledging the support he had received from management and board, and his compassion for older people and their value.
It is a very proud time at St Hilarion as Frank has now been recognised by every Aged Care Peak Body in Australia (LASA, HESTA and Alzheimer’s Australia) for his work. Please congratulate Frank when you get the opportunity to see him.
Acting Chief Executive Officer
15th April 2016
St Hilarion's aim is to provide employment opportunities for both the unemployed and migrant groups
The funding will assist with the establishment of a community kitchen and a food van whereby volunteers can learn to refine their cooking skills and assist with the delivery of meals to the elderly and financially disadvantaged groups in the community. It will become a point of reference for both newly arrived migrants and the long term unemployed to learn new skills that will enhance both their employability and connectedness to Australian Society.
St Hilarion is in partnership with both Federation University and ARA jobs, a South Australian Job Services provider. We have identified that they are able to accommodate 20 students within a 12 week Certificate 3 qualification. Our current volunteers will provide training support in collaboration with Federation University on a daily basis. If the pilot project is successful, the program will be a feeder system for other business arms within St Hilarion and shared amongst other providers.
In order to support this project, we require everyone to web search Fund My Community, create a YourSay user account and leave a comment on the project’s comments board. Please contact Reception if your having difficulty with this process.
Your assistance with this project is greatly appreciated!
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