ReSoW Project

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Help for those who help others – Southern NSW

Community Industry Group is excited to offer the Resources entwined with Support of Wellbeing (ReSoW) project!

Community service organisations played a vital role during and after the bushfire crisis leaving many management committees, staff and volunteers in a state of increased fatigue.

Not for profit organisations in bushfire-impacted regions of Southern NSW will be able to access subsidised supports to build capacity and resilience in staff and volunteers to support them in supporting the community.

We are offering a variety of opportunities to help your organisation and staff thrive such as training opportunities, external supervision, leadership development and more. 

Free Strategic Planning Sessions

The ReSoW project run by Community Industry Group and supported by Resilience NSW is offering free strategic planning sessions for not for profit and non-government community organisations in the Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla, Bega Valley, Snowy Monaro and Queanbeyan-Palerang areas.

As part of this package, a report will be provided after the planning session to help organisations develop a strategic plan to clearly identify priorities and achieve strategic goals.

Duration: Do a morning, afternoon or a full day session, whatever works best for your management team.

Cost: FREE* for southern NSW organisations (normally $1,500 for members, $2,200 for non-members).

Click here for a printable A4 flyer which includes a suggested agenda and further information.

Please contact Sam here if you have any questions or would like to express your interest in this free session.

More Information:

If you want to find out more about the opportunities available for your organisation please contact Samantha (Sam) Lee, Project and Policy Officer – Capacity Building Southern NSW, via email or phone 0499 206 974.

  • For a printable flyer about the ReSoW Program click here.
  • For an expression of interest form for External Supervision click here.

The (ReSoW) project is funded by Resilience NSW.