Goodbye 2017 Hello 2018
The end of 2017 marks Contact’s 38th year of working in urban, rural and remote communities with parents, carers, child and family service agencies and Governments to relieve disadvantage and isolation regardless of race, creed or religion.
Throughout Contact’s history, changing child, family and community needs and funding has required redefinition of organisational programs. Our strength has been that the organisation has remained true to its charter and Contact continues to work towards building our future and strategic priorities and the directions.
In 2018 Contact’s vision remains that isolated children, families and communities, irrespective of their locality and circumstances, have access to education, supports, information and services to best meet their needs.
Contact’s recent AGM provided a forum to share the organisations impressive record of achievements and initiatives covering from urban Sydney to rural and remote areas of NSW and the Northern Territory and highlighting the importance of many valued partnerships that enhance our role within the community.
Contact is proud of its many achievements during 2017 and has a clear direction for the future.