Twelfth day of Christmas: a lovely Christmas dinner

Food glorious food! And drink of course. For many people, Christmas is a time to indulge. Put thoughts of dieting away until the New Year’s resolution comes into play! Who will you be sharing your Christmas meals with?   [give_form...

Eleventh day of Christmas: gifts under the tree

Have you got a few gifts under your tree? Whether or not you’ve wrapped them, you know who’s getting what - and who’s been naughty and nice. What if you couldn’t afford anything at all for your kids this year?   [give_form...

Tenth day of Christmas: Christmas parties

Got that little black dress ready? Work party, the P&C party, the kids end of year school parties, oh and the one at the cricket club… it’s a never ending whirlwind. Some people won’t get invited to any parties this year. Spare a thought for how they will have...

Ninth day of Christmas: lighten up!

Christmas lights give the festive season that bit of extra twinkle! But energy to run them costs a lot and many people are struggling with their power bills for the basics this year.   [give_form...

Christmas and New Year office closures

Please note our offices will be closed on the following days over the Christmas and New Year period Ballina, Bathurst, Broken Hill, Casino, Coffs Harbour, Dubbo, Kyogle and Parkes Monday 24 December - Friday 4 January Byron Bay Monday 24 December - Tuesday 1 January...

Eighth day of Christmas: holiday fun?

Are you taking a well-deserved break this Christmas? Maybe you’re heading off to see the rellos or down the beach for some fishing and barbeques. Maybe your family are interstate or overseas. Wouldn’t it be great not to be stuck at home, if you could help it?  ...

Seventh day of Christmas: the family pets

We love our pets and many of them will be spoilt this Christmas with a special treat or two. Some people are homeless because of their pets… they can't bear to lose their only real friends. Can you help to give a homeless person’s pet some food to see them right this...

2017-2018 Annual Report

At the Annual General Meeting in November 2018, the Social Futures Board presented the 2017-2018 Annual Report. Some of the year's highlights include: Supporting 22,428 participants in regional NSW Launching our Reconciliation Action Plan Presenting Lived...

Sixth day of Christmas: couch surfing

Sleeping on Aunty Marj's sofa might be fun if you’re on holiday. What happens when you’ve no place else to go, and your friend’s cousin has already booked the couch you’re sleeping on?   [give_form...

Fourth day of Christmas: keeping in touch with family and friends

Many people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness are reliant on their mobile phones. We might take it for granted to call our loved ones and wish them a ‘Merry Christmas’. But if you have no credit – even to send an SMS – imagine how disappointed you’d feel....

Third day of Christmas: holiday TV programs

Many of us will sit and watch TV this Christmas Whether it’s the Queen’s message, the test match, our favourite movie replay or the latest series on Netflix … just because we have some down time… and a TV.   [give_form...

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