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Current CCCC Events


 Wyong Interagency

Meeting dates are as follows:

20th November 

2015: 29/1 ,19/3,21/5,16/7,17/9,19/11

All held at Watanobbi Community Centre, Harrrington Close, Watanobbi.
9.30 - 11.30am 

gold coin morning tea/afternoon tea

Mens Interagency

Meeting dates  are as follows:

 21st October and 16th December

All held at 47 Howarth Street Wyong.
2.00pm to 4.00pm

25th November (White Ribbon Breakfast) Click here for FLYER 2014

Bishop Collins - NFP Managers Cluster 2014 

Meeting dates are as follows:

16th October -Cloud computing for the NFP sector with author Amanda Fisher

14th December

All meetings held at 1/1 Pioneer Avenue Tuggerah.

8.00 am breakfast and 8.30 am to 9.45 am presentation.



What's Coming Up.


Central Coast Men's Interagency Inc.
5th Annual White Ribbon Breakfast

white ribbon


25th November,

7:15am for a 7.30am start and finish at 8.45am.

Where: Kooindah Waters
Address: Pollock Avenue Wyong
Contact: Tickets can be purchased from: 

Central Coast Community Council Inc

RSVP requesting tax invoice:
For further details, please contact: 0243 33 44 01

Entry: $33.00

Visit the website.

Read Flyer.


Central Coast Aboriginal Community Awards 2014.

The annual Central Coast Aboriginal Community Awards provide an opportunity for local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to have their education, work, service to community, cultural and sporting contributions to the Central Coast acknowledged.
Please note that throughout this document use of the term Aboriginal refers to both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Do you know someone, or an organisation in your community, who deserves to be recognised for their contribution? If so, please complete this nomination form.

Guidelines for Eligibility:
The purpose of these awards is to acknowledge the work and talents of local Aboriginal and nonAboriginal people and organisations in our Community.
To be eligible for an award they must:
a) Be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person for the Aboriginal awards.
b) Live, work or study locally, and be actively involved with the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
c) For the Jack Smith Memorial Award for Youth nominees must be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person under 25.

You can make more than one nomination BUT you will need to complete a separate nomination form for each.

Please note that the Committee reserves the right to amend the nomination category if they think it is incorrect.

If further information is required please ring Denise Markham on 0429 210 024.

Award winners will be announced and presented with their awards at the Central Coast Aboriginal Community Awards night on Saturday 22 November 2014 at Wyong Leagues Club, Kanwal at 6pm. To avoid disappointment please call Erika Carr on 0423 018 554 to book your seat/table ASAP!

All nominees will be notified by mail so please include contact details.

NOMINATIONS CLOSE AT 4pm Friday 17 October 2014.

Below is the link to nominate on line (which only takes 5 minutes to complete). 

The Awards will be held at Wyong Leagues Club on 22nd November 2014. 


 Movember 2014

The Movember Foundation is a global men’s health charity committed to changing the face of men’s health. With an official presence in 21 countries, the Movember Foundation is committed to driving significant improvements for the prioritised men’s health issues – prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health.

At the start of Movember, guys take action by signing up with a clean-shaven face and for the 30 days of November commit to growing a moustache. These selfless and generous men known as Mo Bros, groom, trim and wax their way into the annals of fine moustachery. Mo Bros are supported by the women in their lives, affectionately known as Mo Sistas - together, our Mo Community raise money and awareness to change the face of men’s health.

With the sprouting of a new moustache, Mo Bros effectively become walking, talking billboards for the month, and like a run or walk for charity they use their hairy ribbon to spark conversations around the often ignored issue of men’s health and seek funds to support the work of the Movember Foundation.

At the end of the month, the Movember community celebrates their Mo growing efforts, either by joining us at one of the official Movember Gala Partés, held around the world. Or, by hosting their own end of month event with colleagues, friends or community groups.

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