Partners & Recognition

Riverlink recognises the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the original inhabitants of the Australian continent. Riverlink also specifically acknowledges the people of the Eora, Dharug and Kuring-gai Nations on whose ancestral lands Riverlink provides service.

 

 

THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS


  • Wenty Leagues Club
  • Lane Cove Council
  • Granville Diggers
  • Chatswood RSL
  • Northside Community Forum
  • NDS – National Disability Services
  • NRA – National Respite Association
  • Uniting Venues – Elanora and North Parramatta
  • Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centres
  • Hogs Breath Café
  • Pancakes on the Rocks
  • AMF Bowling
  • Pizza Hut
  • Berala Jack & Jill Pre-school Kindergarten
  • St Matthew’s Baulkham Hills Uniting Church
  • Children First, Balmoral St Blacktown
  • Marayong Preschool
  • Doonside Kindy
  • HACC – Home and Community Care

 

Home and Community Care

This organisation was funded by the Australian Government and the NSW Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care.

 

Auburn City Council

Administering the CDSE scheme in the Auburn Local Government Area
Website: www.auburn.nsw.gov.au

 

AUSGRID

Donation to Riverlink on behalf of one of their employees who volunteers with Riverlink. Websitewww.ausgrid.com.au

 

City of Ryde Council

A CDSE grant to assist with our Carers Break & Camps for 2012-13.
Website: www.ryde.nsw.gov.au

 

Chatswood RSL Club

A CDSE grant for 2012/13 for our Connecting & Belonging project.

 

Dooleys Catholic Club Lidcombe

Assistance with funding our Connecting & Belonging Project 2012-13
Website: www.dooleys.com

 

Cumberland-Prospect Commonwealth Respite & Carelink Centre

Assistance with funding for our Riverlink camp in September 2012 for participants in the Cumberland-Prospect area.