The Carevan Foundation
A small group of participants with the Carevan Foundation meet to create delicious and nutritious meals from donated foods as …
Albury Wodonga Regional FoodShare
We have come together to develop the Mercy Meals program where participants and their support staff collect food items on …
Rotary Club of Albury Foundation
The Rotary Club of Albury have generously provided a grant to support and collaborate with the Mercy Meals program, to develop healthy and nutritious meals and deliver them to people in need.
Victory Lutheran College
Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) students attend the Learning Centre on a weekly basis one term a year to …
Albury Wodonga Health
Participants volunteer their time for Meals on Wheels, led by Albury Wodonga Health. The group deliver meals to the elderly …
The Personnel Group
Six participants are employed under a supported wages program, managed by the Personnel Group.
Albury Wodonga Animal Rescue
Participants have the opportunity to go to the rescue centre and spend time engaging with the animals waiting for adoption.
Lids 4 Kids
Participants and employees collect lids from various locations, with a group of participants using their skills to sort through the lids by colour and size. Lids are donated to Lids 4 Kids who volunteer their time to create Prosthetic limbs for children.
Community members volunteer their time, weekly, to teach line dancing to a group of enthusiastic participants.
Participants and their support staff visit residents at Mercy Place on a weekly basis to make a positive impact on the lives of the residents.
Thirteen participants undertake Certificate I Transition to Work and Certificate I Transition to Employment.
Albury City Council
Albury City Council provide free access to the Recycling Centre to the participants who engage in the Ecco Crew. The Ecco Crew volunteers time by helping the community through cleaning up various public spaces.
Participants from Mercy Connect’s Day Program Centre, Catherine’s Corner, are given free access when undertake swimming as part of their fitness program.
Life Without Barriers
Life Without Barriers contract our Supported Wage participants to perform garden maintenance.
External musicians and volunteers join our participants to make up a choir called the Wild Choir. The group practice often and perform at a range of events throughout the year. The Wild Choir were invited guests at Wodonga Cube celebrating the International Day of People with Disability in December 2019.