SUPPORT YOUR CRC
Despite the reduction of State Government funding to the CRC, we will work hard to ensure the viability of our organisation and continued service delivery into the future.
HOWEVER, we are fighting this cut as a statewide Network. Please don’t stay silent about what a reduction in services would mean to the Boyup Brook community!
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
· Join the Social Media campaign @CRCsAreTheAnswer on Facebook and Twitter
· Phone, email or write to a politician
· Send one of our campaign postcards to a politician
· Write to The West Australian outlining why CRCs are so vital to the wellbeing of rural communities in WA.
· Call in to grab a bumper sticker to put on your car
Photos of our Activities
Bendigo Bank Agency
On June 22 2016, the CRC hosted a crowd of community members and representatives from the Collie & Districts Community Bank to officially open the Agency of the Bendigo Bank.
The Agency is open weekdays from 9:30am-3:30pm.
Help our town grow by giving the Bendigo Bank a go!
CRC Memberships Now Due
Please click here to download a membership form for 2018-19. CRC members receive discounts on the majority of services.
Members are also eligible to join the Management Committee.
You are also encouraged to complete our member survey
PURPLE BRA DAY
Purple Bra Day is a fundraising initiative of Breast Cancer Care WA which provides personalised support to women, men and their families affected by breast cancer. In 2017, over 1,000 people were assisted by the organisation, in the way of counselling appointments, helping with the weekly cleaning services, dropping patients to and from medical appointments, helping to pay household bills, support from Breast Care Nurses and so much more.
With IGA and Bendigo Bank being corporate partners of Purple Bra Day, the two local Boyup Brook businesses collaborated to support the campaign.
Boyup Brook IGA generously donated and created almost ninety tasty lunchboxes which were purchased for $10 each. IGA also donated two hampers for a raffle. The Bendigo Bank Agency / Community Resource Centre undertook the event’s promotion and manned the raffle and collection tins on June 22. Congratulations to Geordie Wells and John Boyland who were the lucky winners of the hampers.
All of the activities raised a total of $1466.05.
Bendigo Bank Agency and CRC Manager, Jodi Nield said, “It was a fantastic community effort. Breast cancer has touched so many people in our community in one way or another, so it is quite humbling to have raised such a substantial amount for this worthy cause.”
Teen HEAL program
Teen HEAL is continuing this year as an 8-week wellness program delivered to the Year 7 class at Boyup Brook District High School during Term 2,
Students learnt the benefits of healthy eating and physical activity to encourage them to lead a healthy lifestyle into adulthood.
Lost Boyup Brook
Boyup Brook now has a Facebook page dedicated to preserving local history - 'Lost Boyup Brook'.
The community is encouraged to contribute any photos or articles that remember days gone by in Boyup Brook and surrounding districts. Visit www.facebook.com/lostboyupbrook
More community news is available in The Boyup Gazette. Click here to read the latest edition