Reclink Australia's Impact in the Bega Valley

3 months ago

From 2022 to 2024, Reclink supported the Bega Valley following on from the devastating Black Summer Bushfires, thanks to the Australian Government’s Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grant.

During this time, Reclink’s inclusive activities engaged a diverse range of individuals, such as chair fitness, all abilities friendly basketball, swimming lessons for newly arrived migrants, and surfing for emergency services workers.

Reclink engaged a wide range of participants with lived experiences of disadvantage, marginalisation and trauma, and various demographics which highlights the need for continuing social connection.

Reclink thanks the following organisations for their support: Bega Valley Shire Council, NSW Health, Phoenix Australia, Bega Local Aboriginal Land Council, Community Recovery & Engagement Working Group, Merriman’s Aboriginal Land Council, Connections Plus, Fortem Australia, Women's Resource Centre, Bega Multicultural Service, Cobargo Community Access Centre, Screen NSW, Quaama Renewal Centre, PCYC Far South Coast, Red Cross Far South Coast, Eden Community Access Centre, Wellways, Headspace, St John’s Anglican Church - Bega, Uniting Church – Bega, Royal Life Saving Society NSW, AFL NSW, St Vincent de Paul Society, Merimbula Basketball Club, Quaama Public School, Bega High School, Bermagui Surf Club, Bermagui Badminton Club, Quaama Tennis Club, Tura Beach Country Club, Anglicare, Variety NSW, Candelo Croquet Club, Murrah Hall committee, Kiah Hall committee.

Production credit: Kyle Wilson - Digital Creative.

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