Community Recognition Statement

News July 2022 Community Recognition Centacare is proud to announce that our Chief Operations Officer Tracey Febo,  along with Legal Practitioner Julia Puntoriero were recognised for their advocacy for Griffith and surrounding districts to have access to a Children’s Contact Centre. Photo by: Photo credits On Tuesday 19th July our local Member for Murray- Helen Dalton MP, hosted a morning ...

Leeton’s Afghani community feature in ABC’s ‘Back Roads’.

The Riverina town of Leeton, NSW, champions the cause for welcoming and supporting multi-cultural migrants and refugees into the community. Both the Mayor and local Multicultural Officer are united to find ways to help people fit in, especially as they wait for long periods for their family members to join them from abroad.

Refugee Week, 2022

We had over 60 Afghan community members attend the event on Sunday at the CWA Hall in Griffith. Seven families attended and most of the group were ‘unaccompanied’ males (men still waiting for permission for their families to be granted visas to come to Australia).