It’s always a pleasure when friends drop by for a chat, share a cuppa and provide a blanket for more warmth, especially when you are homeless and about to spend the night sleeping rough. St John’s Grace Fund has recognised the valuable support IMPACT Community Services’ Street Outreach provides to the ..
Bundaberg people truly have put their money where their mouth is with their support behind a local Pay It Forward initiative. More than 530 sandwich vouchers have been purchased and handed out to people who are homeless
TRACEY Blair has always had a love of helping others and now she gets to do it via a new kitchen with her namesake - Tracey's Kitchen - where she will be serving a community breakfast to ensure IMPACT participants well on their way to a great start each day. An official opening was held at IMPACT Community ..
Our Xtreme Turnaround clients may have stepped out on the wrong foot at times but our Youth Worker, Terri, has certainly started to steer them back in the right direction. JRZ Homes also jumped on board to help build confidence, skills and a creative outlet for the young participants. Jesse Zielke, ..
People with a disability or mental illness will be big winners from a re-elected Coalition Government which will invest $900,000 for the construction of a commercial laundry to create real jobs and support a host of local businesses. Federal Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt made the announcement today and ..
IMPACT Community Services last night received a prestigious national award for their community Street Outreach Service. The Steve Lawrence Innovation Award was presented at the Connecting up Conference in Sydney where IMPACT’s Chief Executive Tanya O’Shea was presented with the accolade.
Conservation Skills for the Bundaberg Workforce IMPACT are gearing up to take on 10 new trainees through a newly funded Australian Government’s Skilling for the Bundaberg Workforce - Work Skills Conservation Projects.
Rockhampton gains a valuable new parents employment program with the Australian Government’s announcement of their ParentsNext Project. IMPACT Community Services is proud to announce they have been awarded the tender to deliver services within the Rockhampton region.
The Federal Government has selected Australia’s leading not-for-profit employment services provider, CoAct, to lead the reintroduction of youth employment services in the Bundaberg region.
Parents and Children winners in Federal grant funding announcement IMPACT Community Services will continue to offer two vitally important programs to local parents and children after being awarded $2.4 million from the Federal Government. The Government will provide $1.6 million over five years for ..
We know you're destined to succeed, but first let us help! You will grow in confidence, improve skills, make friends and engage in a new employment pathways when you enrol in a course at IMPACT. We specialise in training and employment programs with you in mind. We work with key industries and local ..
With Youth Homeless Matters Day 2015 observed recently it is time to highlight the fact that 19,831 people are experiencing homelessness in Queensland, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2012 Census. 17.3% of them are under 12 years of age and 40.7% of them are under the age of 24. The ..
IMPACT Community Services retains Council's confidence as another 10 year contract is approved to continue managing the Material Recovery Facility (MRF). IMPACT commenced partnership with Council to manage the facility after merging with Independence Incorporated in 2001, now we currently have 33 staff, ..
IMPACT Community Services will continue to help more unemployed locals following the announcement of the new Australian Government jobactive program. The new program was announced by Minister for Employment Senator Eric Abetz on Tuesday. Senator Abetz said the Coalition's new jobactive system will provide ..