The headspace Bushfire Recovery Service provides coordinated and early intervention services to young people 12-25 years old in the Hawkesbury who have been affected by the 19/20 'Black Summer' bushfires. The service is an outreach service, servicing the entire Hawkesbury area from headspace Penrith.
The Summer Reading Club (SRC) is on again at Hawkesbury Library Service and continues until 31 January 2021. Children are encouraged to get involved and get reading. To join in the reading fun, just register at either Hawkesbury Central Library or Richmond Branch Library and pick up a starter pack, collect your reading journal
Nepean Blue Mountains Primary Health Network (NBMPHN) Community Wellbeing Grants for Bushfire Affected Communities
NBMPHN are funding grants through the Federal Government's response to the bushfire crisis, which is supporting the mental health, wellbeing, resilience and recovery of those affected by the 2019/20 'Black Summer' Bushfires. The Community Wellbeing Grants will allow communities to choose their own way to respond
Reward yourself this summer just by borrowing from Hawkesbury Library Service. The popular Rewarding Reads program is making a comeback from 1 December 2020 until 31 January 2021, with increased borrowing limits to 40 and the chance to win prizes! Every time you borrow, you will be automatically entered
Help make a difference this holiday season by donating to Fairfield City Open Libraries Christmas Giving Tree. Please donate packaged new toys and canned food along with messages of support and Christmas cards. The items will be given to the Parents Cafe and the Fairfield Uniting Church's Trolley Drive