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Violence Free Communities E-Newsletter

February 17, 2017 at 9:39 AM

Welcome to the inaugural Violence Free Communities e-bulletin for February 2017.

In this edition:

  1. Violence Free Communities update
  2. Cybersavvy Schools Programme
  3. We’ve been thinking: ‘Mclaren Park Henderson South Community a year on’
  4. A volunteers perspective -Ray’s story
  5. Random acts of kindness – a call to action

Click here for February 2017 E- Newsletter.

We hope you enjoy reading this and welcome any feedback, suggestions or contributions!

Violence Free Communities

Tui Glen Centre, 2 Claude Brookes Drive, Henderson.

(09) 837-4849


Category: Community Notices