MOSSMAN SUPPORT SERVICES THANKS YOU
On behalf of Mossman Support Services Board of Directors I would like to extend my gratitude to all the businesses, organisations, clubs, schools, churches, service providers and individuals who have supported our organisation throughout the 2016 year. Because of your generosity we have been able to provide continued support to those in the community who need our help the most.
Your contribution has helped us to provide food and shelter when it is needed most; counselling to assist individuals to overcome obstacles; support to people with a disability; a safe and productive environment for youth; job and employability skills training as well as community events, activities and educational programs that have assisted people to become productive members of our community.
Your donations, whether they have been financial, material or personal express your caring and investment in the future of our small community.
In 2017 we will continue to work toward our vision of ‘A healthy community that reflects and supports dignity, equality and inclusion of all people’ by extending our existing services to include a full time Community Connect Counsellor who will assist individuals and families to access support for domestic and family violence, counselling, parenting help, financial literacy and other social programs.
This new position will complement the Uniting Care Community funded child counsellor (0-12 years) and family support worker who are based at the Mossman Community Centre five days per week.
A huge thank you must go to our outstanding group of dedicated volunteers who make an extraordinary contribution to our community on a daily basis and whom we consider to be the lifeblood of our organisation.
Last and certainly not least I would like to congratulate our staff for their successes throughout the year and sincerely thank them for their tireless work, dedication and commitment to their roles and our mission to strengthen our community by delivering a diverse range of quality human services to improve opportunities and empower people to reach their full potential.
Kerrie Jamieson, Mossman Community Services
Miallo students Mackenzie Barry, Tully Smith and Lexi Teasdale with Michael Kerr