The Gnowangerup CRC host a wide variety of events, courses and activities to suit the needs of our community.
Have a look at what's coming up in Gnowangerup and always stay up-to-date by liking our Facebook Page.
Come along to the Borden Football Club sports challenge.
RSVP’s for teams and dinner by Friday 11 August.
Have you attended an event in Gnowangerup recently?
We may have snapped you on the CRC-Candid-Cam!
55+ Free Exercise Classes
UNFORTUNATELY THE "SCINEMA" HAS BEEN CANCELLED.......
Thursday 17 August - 2pm to 5pm
This Leadership Masterclass is equally useful for anyone on a committee, or who works with or manages volunteers. This workshop focuses on the importance of leadership in the management of volunteers so you can give everyone a fabulous, happy experience for better engagement and retention.
Writing Winning Grant Applications
Thursday 17 August - 5:30pm to 8pm
This workshop is very useful for those who are time poor and have minimal grant writing experience. In this workshop you will learn what funders are looking for, what funders worry about, why applications fail, the four different types of grants, and the five steps for putting together successful applications.
Date; Thursday 10th and Friday 11th of August
Time: 8.30am-5pm (both day's)
Location: Gnowangerup Community Resource Centre, 47 Yougenup Road, Gnowangerup
Cost: $30.00 per person, which covers the cost of resources required
Registrations: Gnowangerup Community Resource Centre
Ph: (08) 9827 1635 Email: email@example.com
"Mental health first aid is the help provided to a person who is developing a mental health problem, experiencing a worsening of mental health problem or in a mental health crisis". for more info visit www.mhfa.com.au
This program is brought to you by the WA Country Health Service (WACHS) Great Southern Richmond wellbeing, Carers Australia WA, the Gnowangerup Community Resource Centre and their partner Act-Belong-Commit Mentally Healthy WA.
Act-Belong-Commit Awards 2017
Mentally Healthy WA is committed to helping the Western Australian community achieve good mental health and well-being. We recognize that individuals and community groups play an important role in spreading the mentally healthy message.
The Awards recognise and showcase WA people and organisations (including schools) that epitomise the 'Act-Belong-Commit' way of life, and celebrates their mentally healthy achievements.
To nominate go to their website
Nominations for the 2017 Act-Belong-Commit Awards close on 25 August 2017.