Take part as a stall holder

It’s free to be a stall holder! Your organisation will benefit with:

NETWORK: A lunchtime stall - opportunities to interact with people and learn more about other organisations
DISPLAY: Your poster/flyer displayed on the information board
WEBSITE: Your organisation’s logo, description and contact details displayed on the website

Domestic Violence Action Centre

Domestic Violence Action Centre

The Domestic Violence Action Centre provides free and confidential services for people experiencing domestic, family, and sexual violence in our catchment areas within South East Queensland.

Email | Phone: (07) 3816 2919 | Website

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Ipswich Community Youth Service

Ipswich Community Youth Service (ICYS) is a not-for-profit community based organisation providing assistance and support to at-risk young people, their families and their communities in the Ipswich and surrounding regions since 1983.

Email | Phone: 07 3812 1050 | Website

ADA Link

In June, the Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN joined Aged and Disability Advocacy (ADA) Australia in Ipswich and Toowoomba to launch the ADA Link care finder service.

This was an opportunity for staff and community members to connect with local care finders, enjoy a delightful morning tea, engage in meaningful conversations, and discover how this new care finder service can make a difference in the community.

The care finder program is part of aged care reform in response to the recommendations of the Royal Commission and funded nationally through PHNs to improve integration between the health, aged care and other systems at a local level.

Care finder services are provided at no cost as they are fully funded through Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN.

ADA Australia is one of three local providers to have been appointed and funded to provided care finder services in the region, joining Footprints Community Limited and STAR Community Services.

ADA Link will support the older people in our region to access aged care and other services they might need in their communities.

The ADA care finder program’s capacity to provide intensive face-to-face support for older people in our region who might otherwise ‘fall through the cracks’ is vital.

The care finder program is an opportunity to support our vulnerable older people who may not be able to arrange services without intensive support and do not have a family member or friends who can help.

Email | Phone: (07) 3637 6000 | Website

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Kummara Limited is an Indigenous Community Organisation formed in 1999 to provide services to the Indigenous and non-Indigenous Community.
Our hope is to support and nurture resilient children, families and communities by responding to issues at the personal, social and structural levels in society.

Email | Phone: (07) 3281 3708  | Website

Relationships Australia

Relationships Australia

At Relationships Australia (Qld) we believe healthy relationships are essential for the wellbeing of children, families and communities.

There are times in life when we all need help. We are committed to offering the best possible counselling, mediation, education and support services in a professional, relaxed and confidential environment.

We are committed to social justice and inclusion. We have no religious affiliations and respect the rights of everyone to live with dignity and safety and to enjoy healthy relationships.

Over 400 highly qualified and experienced staff make up the heart and soul of Relationships Australia. It is our people that make us who we are today, a leader in relationship support services. We provide services from more than 30 centres across Queensland and can work with you face-to-face, by telephone, on-line, in one of our centres, or elsewhere.

We provide special services to people who are disadvantaged. We support people living in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, those suffering from family violence, poor mental health, addictions, people who are socially excluded and those living in remote areas. We recognise that Queensland is a culturally and linguistically diverse state and are continuously working towards developing a quality service that is inclusive and sensitive to all Queenslanders regardless of their cultural, language, ethnic or religious background.

We work with you to build a better future: for you, your children, your families and your communities.

Phone: 1300 364 277 | Website

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Carers Queensland

Carers Queensland is the peak body representing unpaid family and community carers in Queensland.
We respond to the unique and changing needs of the 533,200 carers across the state and those they care for.

Carers Queensland started as the Queensland Council of Carers and established its head office in Camp Hill, Brisbane in 1989.

Since then, we have given carers a voice.

We champion equal rights and opportunities. We focus on providing support services to caring families based on what they need.

We are dedicated to making life better.

Email | Phone: 1300 747 636 | Website

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Every day in the community, we engage with people from all walks of life. We deliver skilled, evidence-based interventions for those facing adversity, and utilise our reach and vision to confront injustice. We are leaders in crisis response, the protection of vulnerable children, financial resilience and family wellbeing. We meet people where they are and walk alongside them to achieve positive change and growth.

Right across Queensland, UnitingCare supports thousands of people living with a disability in redefining what’s possible in their lives.

Phone: 07 3816 9623 | Website

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We connect people, strengthen families and transform communities for individuals of all ages experiencing disabilities or challenges to their social and emotional wellbeing.

Email | Phone: 1300 111 400 | Website