Many thanks to David, Jo and the staff at Avalon Nursery for continued support to the Victorian veteran community
MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID TRAINING
Please follow the below link to this training being conducted by Open Arms
This training has been attended by members of our committee and veterans and was found to be very helpfull. This training is not only aimed at people who wish to help veterans but also veterans who are experiencing mental health issues.
THE COURIER ARTICLE 17 AUG 2021
THE FALL IN AFGANASTAN
Interview with Andrew a local veteran of the ADF and Afghanistan
18 JUNE 21 COMMENCEMENT OF WORKS FOR TERRACED AREA AND SHED.
BVAC receives funding grant.
It is estimated approximately 5000 veterans live in the Ballarat Region with possibly that many again across the whole of the Western District. While there were ex-service organisations in Ballarat and surrounding districts, previously there was no hub available for veterans to utilise as a one-stop-shop to find information and support regarding service providers and entitlements.
The BVAC was recently the recipient of a funding grant under the Commonwealth Stronger Communities Programme. The BVAC sincerely thanks Katherine King MP for her support of our application.
BVAC in the Media
Ballarat Assistance Centre to open soon – Courier
Further funding for veterans’ support groups – Times News
Support centre opens doors to veterans – Times News
BVAC SUPPORTS LOCAL VETERANS BEE KEEPING RUN THROUGH HIVE MIND COMMUNITY APAIRY
For information on beekeeping: Daniel Hooper on firstname.lastname@example.org, or 03 4349 6339
29 April 2021PRESENTATION OF SOLDIER RESTING ON REVERSE ARMS SILHOUETTE TO THE BVAC BY AVALON NURSERY
Mr David Winters owner of Avalon Nursery presenting Mr Les Finch, VP of the BVAC with the silhouette.
The BVAC committee installing the silhouette