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Growing Potential Services Staff Christmas Party

We recently held a Christmas Party at the Atura for the staff of all our services to thank them for another great year of providing valuable services to our community. It was also a celebration of our 70th anniversary for our Growing Potential family. Having begun in 1948, we’re proud to have spent the past 70 years supporting and growing the potential of children, families and communities.

Our valued staff and their partners from head office, Children First, Growing Early Minds, Ngallu Wal, Windaan and Riverstone Neighbourhood Centre all enjoyed a fun night where we could mingle with each other; form new friendships and connections over tasty food and entertainment.

We celebrated some of the incredible achievements we’ve made over the past year including the launch of our early childhood intervention, disability support and allied health services, Growing Early Minds and Windaan. The expansion of Growing Potential into a larger organisation offering more services extending up to the Mid-North Coast is a credit to our wonderful staff who are dedicated to supporting families and communities in need.

We congratulated our loyal employees who celebrated 5, 10 and 20 years of service. Plus, coinciding with our 1948 year of establishment was the birth year of three employees; Ross Bullot, Tony McCann and Malcolm Cameron which all received custom 1948 t-shirts!

Thank you to our dedicated staff who continue to provide valuable care and support to the community.

Growing-Potential_valued-employees5 years of service

10 years of service

20 years of service

 


We’d like to wish everyone a safe an happy Christmas and we look forward to continuing to provide great services to our communities in the new year.

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