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WOTSO X DV SAFE PHONE

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WEach WOTSO site has just become a collection point for phones to be donated to DV Safe Phone. DV Safe Phone is an Australian charity that collects, repurposes and regifts mobile devices to victims of domestic violence. This is done in partnership with registered charities, safe houses and law enforcement authorities serving this vulnerable community.

DV Safe Phone has to date, facilitated the delivery of over 1,805 safe phones, which enable victims to access help when it is needed most. This translates directly to 1,805 lives supported with a lifeline to seek emergency and crisis support.

So far combined, WOTSO has collected 41 phones to be donated to DV Safe Phone 👏

Have an unused phone collecting dust in a bottom draw? Bring it into WOTSO and donate it to help someone in serious need. .

 


 

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KOIOP CONNECT

‘Koiop’ means Dragonfly in Meriam Language of the Torres Strait Islands. It signifies change and the perspective of self-realisation.

This month we spoke to Jake Chatfield, Managing Director of Koiop Connect; an Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander owned and operated NDIS Approved Provider of culturally safe and respectful disability support services.

After receiving the NSW Governments “Making It Our Business” grant in 2018, Koiop Connect has since grown to 10 supported independent living homes, providing approved NDIS support to over 60 Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, now have over 100 employees and provide service in three locations, Newcastle, Dubbo & Moree.

 

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WOTSO’s COVID CASE TRACKER

In order to keep our members up to date and as informed as possible, we have launched a COVID-19 case tracker on our website. This is accessible to both members and the public alike and is extremely easy and user friendly. This page is updated every time we are alerted to a positive case in any of our locations.

If you are concerned, we encourage you to continue to check the page to make informed decisions for the safety and well-being of you and your team.

VIEW PAGE HERE

 


 

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