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A community Cafe in Mornington is reporting a huge demand from vulnerable locals.
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Peninsula Voice Inc. – New Charitable Status

We are very excited to announce that Peninsula Voice is now a Registered Charity and Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status!...
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What's coming up?
Every night, over 2,600 people are without secure accommodation on the Mornington Peninsula and numbers are increasing at an alarming rate. Homelessness is an issue that impacts our whole Mornington Peninsula community, but most of us don’t really understand how. This forum brings together the voices of those experiencing homelessness, battling with housing affordability, and the experts working on the frontline who are assisting and advocating for those in these circumstances. It will bust myths, facilitate stories, and be a place to discuss the impact these important topics have on the whole community. Join us in this first of three public community forums to empower and drive solutions.
SPEAKERS: We will hear from several individuals who have experienced homelessness and the systems it works within for a first-person perspective.
Panellists for wider discussion include: – Kara Van Der Heyde - Southern Peninsula Community Support – Laura Sutton - Western Port Community Support – Bill Faulkner - Bolton Clarke – Rosalyn Franklin - Mornington Peninsula Shire Council – Gemma Bell - Fusion Mornington Peninsula – Darren Ruth - The Salvation Army. Host: Ben Smith from Mornington Community Information and Support Centre.
Support – Laura Sutton - Western Port Community Support – Bill Faulkner - Bolton Clarke – Rosalyn Franklin - Mornington Peninsula Shire Council – Gemma Bell - Fusion Mornington Peninsula – Darren Ruth - The Salvation Army. Host: Ben Smith from Mornington Community Information and Support Centre.
Host: Ben Smith from Mornington Community Information and Support Centre.
Engaging conversations

The quality and strength of a community can be seen, felt and measured by how it comes together to care for its members, particularly the most vulnerable.

We connect with each other to stimulate community education, awareness, and advocacy on public policy, social justice, ethics, wellbeing and health in all its forms; because after all, together, “we are greater than the sum of our parts”.

Hear author, psychologist and researcher, Hugh Mackay speak about his new book, ‘The Inner Self’.
This five-minute video gives Hugh Mackay’s thoughts for Australia emerging from Covid 19.
The role of volunteering in the provision of emergency food relief in Mornington, Victoria. This feel good documentary takes a look into the Mornington Community Information and Support Centre's Fresh Food Program.
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Thank you to our wonderful sponsors. Without them, our events would be impossible.

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We connect with each other to stimulate community education, awareness, and advocacy on public policy, social justice, ethics, wellbeing and health in all its forms; because after all, “together, we are greater than the sum of our parts”.

Acknowledgement

Peninsula Voice and its membership acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and waterways in which we all live. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging.

Disclaimer

Disclaimer: Peninsula Voice Inc. is a social movement for community, conversation and engagement. It is A-political with no affiliations whatsoever with local, State or Federal politics. It should be noted that Peninsula Voice Inc. has no relationship with the organisation known as ‘Voices of Mornington Peninsula’.