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As a member of the OWDVN (Outer Western DV Network), SydWest abhors the use of violence against women and encourages everyone to speak out. In concert with our OWDVN partners, we have released a Joint Statement regarding domestic violence homicides in Blacktown City.
Our Community Connection Coordinator (CCC) met John (not his real name) and his brother after receiving a referral from Fairfield Hospital.
Upon visiting the brothers at their home in South West Sydney, our staff discovered that the brothers were not receiving any supports and were not managing at all to live on their own. Their only sister lives far away and did not understand how NDIS could help her brothers.
Refugee Week 2020 Poetry Recital - CLICK HERE to download the Poetry submission form
SydWest is calling for your poem to celebrate Refugee Week 2020
Submit a 5-line poem about what it means to be in Australia to you, starting with Now I call Australia Home.
Job Seekers Pumalay Mudliar, Anmol Singh, Christopher Prinze, and Michael Noble all graduated with a Certificate III in Retail in March 2020 just before the COVID-19 social distancing and lockdowns came into place.
21 May 2020
SydWest Multicultural Services wishes to acknowledge and thank all of our dedicated and hardworking volunteers. Together we make a difference in the lives of the clients we serve.
This week is #national volunteer week. #volunteering is a great way to connect with your local community!
Creative, powerful women to shine a light on how we can collectively help to create a gender equal world.
SydWest Multicultural Services is proud to announce that they will be hosting their International Women’s Day 2020 event at the Blacktown Arts Centre on Friday 6th March from 6pm.
You’re invited to join the SydWest International Women’s Day event - #eachforequal – on Friday 6th March from 6pm at the Blacktown Arts Centre.