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Projects Function/NWS Business Unit at Homeless Connect Warehouse

Homeless Connect is a day that provides opportunities to the homeless, marginalised, and people of Perth in need. Around 32 service providers such as Nurses, Dentists, Hairdressers and Photographers volunteer their time. People who do not have any identification like a birth certificate can be assisted and there are activities provided for families with children to enjoy. It was a fantastic day for all who were involved and it made a difference in the lives of the 1800 guests who attended this year.

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IT Operations, Science and Innovation Capability Bump In for Homeless Connect

Homeless Connect is an Australia-wide project and has been running in Perth for the past 8 years. The event, held on 9 November 2016, helps to provide a ‘one-stop-shop’ solution for the ever-growing homeless community. A team of volunteers from the IT Operations, Science and Innovation Capability departments helped out with all of the ‘bump in’ work that needed to be done.

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IT Operations, Science and Innovation Capability at Homeless Connect Warehouse

Homeless Connect is an annual event in its 9th year running, which serves as a one-stop shop for people facing homelessness in Perth. Local businesses and community groups work tirelessly for months to put together the one day event. 23 members of the Woodside team turned their Monday Blues into sunny smiles at the Homeless Connect Warehouse on 7 November 2016.

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Finance Social Club at Bicycles for Humanity

Bicycles For Humanity is a volunteer run, grass roots charity organisation focused on the alleviation of poverty through sustainable transport – in the form of a bike. Every year around 1.5 million bikes are sold across Australia – it is estimated that around half of these will end up unused or abandoned. Bicycles for Humanity has its own team of dedicated volunteers who help out with repairing donated bikes which are then shipped off to countries whose communities desperately require the support. The Finance Social Club was able to work alongside these volunteers and learn about repairing bikes from them before the bikes were shipped to Africa.

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