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Monday, 2 June 2003
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Ms Hoare asked the Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, upon notice, on 19 March 2003:

(1) Does the Minister's Department administer any Commonwealth funded programs for which community organisations, businesses or individuals in the electoral division of Charlton can apply for funding; if so, what are the programs.

(2) Does the Minister's Department advertise these funding opportunities; if so, (a) what print or other media outlets have been used for the advertising of each of these programs, (b) were these paid advertisements, and if so, (c) what was the cost of each advertisement.

(3) With respect to each of the Commonwealth funded programs referred to in part (1), (a) what is its purpose and (b) who is responsible for allocating funds.

(4) With respect to each of the Commonwealth funded programs referred to in part (1), how many (a) community organisations, (b) businesses or (c) individuals in the electoral division of Charlton received funding in (i) 1999, (ii) 2000, (iii) 2001, and (iv) 2002.

(5) What is the name and address of each recipient.


Mr Abbott (Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service) —The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

(1) Yes, the department has provided funded programmes for which community organisations, businesses or individuals in the electoral division of Charlton can apply for funding. These programmes are:

Indigenous Employment Programme-under the Indigenous Employment Policy

Indigenous Small Business Fund-under the Indigenous Employment Policy

General Employee Entitlements and Redundancy Scheme (GEERS)

Special Employee Entitlements Scheme for Ansett Group employees (SEESA)

Work for the Dole

Community organisations and businesses can tender to provide Job Network services. Contracts for Job Network have been let for two to three year periods, with the most recent tender being advertised in late 2002 for the next contract period which begins on 1 July 2003 and completes on 30 June 2006.

(2) Indigenous Employment Policy

(a) and (b) The Indigenous Employment Policy and specific elements under the Policy including Wage Assistance, the National Indigenous Cadetship Project and Indigenous Community Volunteers have primarily been advertised by my department in the print media. Paid advertising has been undertaken in major metropolitan and regional newspapers, industry bulletins such as Australian Transport News, Australian Cane Growers Monthly and Australian Mining and Indigenous newspapers and magazines including the National Indigenous Times, Koori Mail, Deadly Vibe, Black Business and Indivine. The Indigenous Employment Policy and programmes are also featured on the www.workplace.gov.au Internet site and brochures and other promotional material is also produced.

(c) Advertising has been undertaken at various times since 1999 when the Indigenous Employment Policy was launched. Standard government rates are charged and the cost of individual advertisements vary depending on a range of factors including the size of the advertisement, how often it appears, the type of media product (eg newspaper, magazine, employer journal) and audience reach. Specific information on the cost of each advertisement is not readily available as it would require significant collation of material across programmes.

GEERS and SEESA

(a) GEERS and SEESA funding has been advertised in the Australian Insolvency Journal and has been directly marketed to the Insolvency Practitioner Association of Australia (IPAA) members;

(b) Yes and;

(c) $440 and $3,678 respectively.

Work for the Dole

(a) (b) and (c) The department has contracted Community Work Coordinators (CWCs) to develop and manage Work for the Dole activities. CWCs employ a range of methods to encourage community and government organisations to sponsor Work for the Dole places. For the purpose of advertising specialised drought force activities under Work for the Dole, in response to the drought, the department placed advertisements in the regional press. The cost of advertising in the Newcastle Herald, which is distributed in parts of Charlton, during December 2002, January 2003 and February 2003 was $3,200.

(3) Indigenous Employment Policy

(a)The purpose of the Indigenous Employment Policy is to improve the employment circumstances and future prospects of Australian Indigenous peoples by generating sustainable employment opportunities.

(b) The department's national and state offices allocate funds under the Indigenous Employment Policy following assessment of applications and project proposals.

GEERS and SEESA

(a) To provide assistance to employees who have lost their employment and accrued entitlements due to their employer becoming insolvent or bankrupt they may be eligible to receive payments equivalent to the following: all unpaid wages; accrued annual leave; accrued long service leave; accrued pay in lieu of notice; and up to eight weeks redundancy entitlements (as per community standard).

(b) GEERS is funded through a Special Account established under the FMA Act within the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Funding is provided for SEESA through the Air Passenger Ticket Levy (Collection) Act 2001 which establishes a special appropriation within the Consolidated Revenue Fund.

Work for the Dole

(a) The objectives of the Work for the Dole programme are to develop the work habits of eligible job seekers, to involve local communities in activities that provide for the unemployed and help the unemployed at the end of the activities, and to provide communities with activities that are of value to those communities

(b) CWCs recommend activities to the department for approval.

(4) (a), (b) and (c) Refer to Tables A, B, C, D and E (attached) for details of community organisations, businesses or individuals that received funding in the electoral division of Charlton in 1999 to 2002. These tables must be read in conjunction with Attachment 1 as it includes important information relating to the derivation of the data. All figures for funding are provided for financial years and not for calendar years.

In respect of Work for the Dole (See Table E) - in 1999 there were five sponsors, in 2000 there were four CWCs and 12 sponsors, in 2001 there were five CWCs and 16 sponsors and in 2002 there were six CWCs and 18 sponsors who received funding to deliver the programme.

(5) Indigenous Employment Policy - Assistance provided to individuals and some businesses under the Indigenous Employment Policy cannot be supplied for confidentiality and privacy reasons. I announce project based funding approved for organisations on a periodic basis and this information is available by following the Indigenous links at the www.workplace.gov.au Internet site.

GEERS and SEESA - These details cannot be supplied for confidentiality and privacy reasons.

Work for the Dole - The names and addresses of CWCs in 2000, 2001 and 2002 are at Table E (the CWC model commenced in 2000). The names and addresses of community organisations that sponsored Work for the Dole activities in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002 are also at Table E. Not-for-profit CWCs may also operate as sponsors of Work for the Dole activities.

Note that this reply excludes organisations in the electoral division of Charlton which have been contracted to provide employment services by the Commonwealth (ie Job Network services, New Enterprise Incentive Scheme, Transition to Work services and, until 30 June 2002, Community Support Programme services).

ATTACHMENT 1

The following statements should be read in conjunction with the figures in this document.

1. Funding and expenditure are normally linked to administrative areas which are used for a number of purposes related to the operation of a program, for example, Labour Market Regional (LMR) or Employment Service Area (ESA) location. The borders associated with these administrative areas do not necessarily coincide with electorate boundaries.

2. Where additional information is held such as the location of a program, this has provided a basis to link expenditure to an electorate. The information provided in the attached spreadsheet is therefore an approximation based on information available.

3. Figures in the attached spreadsheet generally indicate monies allocated, not monies spent. However, it should be noted that all IEP programme figures reflect actual expenditure.

4. An asterisk (*) assigned to a programme indicates that allocated funding is GST inclusive.

5. Only those DEWR programmes administered in the examined electorate are detailed in this document.

In addition, the following disclaimer statements should be read in conjunction with Tables A, B, C, D and E.

Indigenous Employment Programme (IEP)

Offered under the umbrella of the Indigenous Employment Policy, the Indigenous Employment Programmes were implemented progressively from 1 July 1999 and include: Structured Training and Employment Projects (which replaced the former Training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Programme), Wage Assistance, the Community Development Employment Project Placement Incentive, the Corporate Leaders for Indigenous Employment Project, the National Indigenous Cadetship Programme and Indigenous Community Volunteers (previously the `Voluntary Service to Indigenous Communities Foundation'). Services are also offered to Indigenous job seekers through the Indigenous Small Business Fund, Job Network services and Indigenous Employment Centres.

· Structured Training and Employment Project (STEP);

· Corporate Leaders for Indigenous Employment Project (CLIEP); and

· Training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Programme (TAP).

The expenditure figures for these programmes relate to claims for payment by contracted organisations. The organisation in question may be the employer and/or trainer of the job seeker or may be an intermediary such as a Group Training Company, a Job Network Member or an alternative industry or community based organisation. Expenditure has been allocated to electorates on the basis of the postal address of the contracted organisation that received funding. In many cases this will be the address of a head office of the contracted organisation and does not necessarily reflect the location of actual employment or training. Figures provided reflect actual expenditure excluding GST. These figures are subject to change due to lags in data entry and ongoing systems reconciliations.

· Wage Assistance (WA);

· National Indigenous Cadetship Project (NICP); and

· Direct Assistance.

The expenditure figures for these programmes relate to claims for payment by contracted employers. Data is presented on the grounds that the address of the contracted employer that received funding was in the specified electorate. In many cases this will be the postal address of the contracted employer and does not necessarily reflect the location of actual employment. Figures provided reflect actual expenditure exclusive of GST. These figures are subject to change due to lags in data entry and ongoing systems reconciliations.

· Community Development Employment Project Placement Incentive (CDEP PI); and

· Community Development Employment Project Work Preparation and Employment Trial (CDEP Trial).

The expenditure figures for these programmes relate to claims for payment by contracted Community Development Employment Project (CDEP) organisations. Expenditure has been allocated to electorates on the basis of the postal address of the CDEP organisation providing the services. However, this address does not necessarily reflect the location of actual employment. Figures reflect actual GST exclusive expenditure. These figures are subject to change due to lags in data entry and ongoing systems reconciliations.

Indigenous Employment Centres (IECs)

The expenditure figures for the electorate do not include expenditure on Indigenous Employment Centre services provided by Community Development Employment Project (CDEP) organisations located in the electorate. Inclusion of expenditure on IECs would disclose commercial in confidence information. IECs are located where labour market employment opportunities exist for Indigenous job seekers. The address of the head office of the CDEP providing IEC services has been used to determine the relevant electorate. However, participants receiving IEC services may live in a different electorate because to be eligible for services from the IEC they have to be on the schedule of the CDEP providing IEC services rather than live in a particular region or area.

Employee Entitlements Support Scheme (EESS), General Employee Entitlements and Redundancy Scheme (GEERS)

Recipient electorates are determined by claimants' postcode where available. Some postcodes cover more than one electorate and the information contained shows all relevant data for each electorate. Due to postcodes covering multiple electorates, some payments to recipients will be assigned alphabetically to an electorate. This may result in a minor statistical anomaly. Funding figures are based on actual expenditure.

Special Employee Entitlement Scheme for Ansett (SEESA)

Recipient electorates are determined by claimants' postcode where available. Some postcodes cover more than one electorate and the information contained shows all relevant data for each electorate. Due to postcodes covering multiple electorates, some payments to recipients will be assigned alphabetically to an electorate. This may result in a minor statistical anomaly. Funding figures are based on actual expenditure.

Notes.

· There were 28 recipients of SEESA funds ($579,127.18) whose address details did not contain a postcode and as such could not be attributed to an electorate.

· There were 105 recipients of SEESA funds ($2,831,862.05) whose postcodes were not listed in the Electorate Database and as such could not be attributed to an electorate.

· This amounts to 133 recipients in total with a gross total SEESA entitlement of $3,410,989.23 who could not be attributed to an electorate - row 4 in the attached spreadsheet contains this information

Work for the Dole Programme (WfD)*

All figures derived in this spreadsheet are based on funding approved. Funding to deliver activities has been linked to electorate by the geographic location or locations where the activity occurs (as advised by the activity sponsor). Where, as a result of this process, the locations associated with an activity fall into more than one electorate, the funds and approved places associated with the activity have been divided equally among the electorates involved. Funding figures are GST inclusive. The number of approved places for which funding is available has been provided because the number of recipients by electorate is not available. Funding and expenditure are normally linked to administrative areas which are used for a number of purposes related to the operation of a program, for example, Labour Market Regional (LMR), Employment Service Area (ESA) or Area Consultative Committee (ACC) location. The borders associated with these administrative areas do not necessarily coincide with electorate boundaries. Figures are based on approved funding, not actual expenditure.

Information is current as at 31 January. Wfd activities are approved on a rolling monthly basis and January is the latest month's data available when these reports were coordinated.

Community Support Programme (CSP) *

Year and participant numbers: 1998 (3,352); 1999 (5,772); 2000 (13,810); 2001 (17,579); 2002 (5,286).

In the 2001-02 Budget the Commonwealth Government announced the Personal Support Programme (PSP) as part of Australians Working Together. The PSP, managed by the Department of Family and Community Services (DFaCS), replaced the CSP and improves on the CSP by expanding the eligibility criteria and tailoring the programme to better meet the needs of its participants. The above figures are allocated to electorate based on the postal address of the recipients. Funding figures are based on actual expenditure.

Working Women's Centres

Working Women's Centres service the entire State and not just the electorate which they are located in. There are no Working Women's Centres operating in Western Australia, the Australian Capital Territory or Victoria. Funding is allocated annually at the beginning of each financial year.

TABLE A: Funding for Charlton in 1998 -1999

Electorate

Programme

Recipient

Project

StartDate

EndDate

Amount

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP)1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/1998

30/06/1999

$14,700.00

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP) 1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/1998

30/06/1999

$5,270.00

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP) 1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/1998

30/06/1999

$17,500.00

Charlton

Working Women's Centres (WWC)

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

1/07/1998

30/06/1999

$0.00

Charlton

Work for the Dole (WfD)

See Table E

8 projects

1/07/1998

30/06/1999

$592,398.25

Charlton

Direct Assistance2

8 Recipients

1/07/1998

30/06/1999

$101,237.00

1 Community Support Programme (CSP) was superseded by the Personal Support Programme (PSP) following the 2001-2002 Budget and is administered by the Department of Family and Community Services.

2 Indigenous Employment Programme comprises Structured Training and Employment Projects (STEP),Wage Assistance, Direct Assistance, Corporate Leaders for Indigenous Employment Project, National Indigenous Cadetship Project and Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) Placement Incentive.

TABLE B: Funding for Charlton in 1999 - 2000

Electorate

Programme

Recipient

Project

StartDate

EndDate

Amount

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP)1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/1999

30/06/2000

$25,800.00

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP) 1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/1999

30/06/2000

$8,100.00

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP) 1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/1999

30/06/2000

$26,600.00

Charlton

Working Women's Centres (WWC)

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

1/07/1999

30/06/2000

$0.00

Charlton

Work for the Dole (WfD)

See Table E

12 projects

1/07/1999

30/06/2000

$305,536.04

Charlton

Direct Assistance2

3 Recipients

1/07/1999

30/06/2000

$55,791.00

Charlton

Structured Training & Employment2

1 Recipient

1/07/1999

30/06/2000

$45,320.00

Charlton

Wage Assistance2

2 Recipients

1/07/1999

30/06/2000

$3,877.00

1 Community Support Programme (CSP) was superseded by the Personal Support Programme (PSP) following the 2001-2002 Budget and is administered by the Department of Family and Community Services.

2 Indigenous Employment Programme comprises Structured Training and Employment Projects (STEP),Wage Assistance, Direct Assistance, Corporate Leaders for Indigenous Employment Project, National Indigenous Cadetship Project and Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) Placement Incentive.

TABLE C: Funding for Charlton in 2000-2001

Electorate

Programme

Recipient

Project

StartDate

EndDate

Amount

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP)1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/2000

30/06/2001

$22,807.20

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP) 1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/2000

30/06/2001

$7,708.80

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP) 1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/2000

30/06/2001

$24,572.00

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP) 1

Westlakes Training

Not Applicable

1/07/2000

30/06/2001

$42,880.00

Charlton

Working Women's Centres (WWC)

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

1/07/2000

30/06/2001

$0.00

Charlton

Work for the Dole (WfD)

See Table E

26 projects

1/07/2000

30/06/2001

$503,493.36

Charlton

Direct Assistance2

1 Recipient

1/07/2000

30/06/2001

$37,281.00

Charlton

Structured Training & Employment2

2 Recipients

1/07/2000

30/06/2001

$309,280.00

Charlton

Wage Assistance2

7 Recipients

1/07/2000

30/06/2001

$19,816.00

Charlton

Employee Entitlements Support Scheme (EESS)3

6 Recipients

Not Applicable

1/07/2000

30/06/2001

$8,010.98

1 Community Support Programme (CSP) was superseded by the Personal Support Programme (PSP) following the 2001-2002 Budget and is administered by the Department of Family and Community Services.

2 Indigenous Employment Programme comprises Structured Training and Employment Projects (STEP),Wage Assistance, Direct Assistance, Corporate Leaders for Indigenous Employment Project, National Indigenous Cadetship Project and Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) Placement Incentive.

3 The Employee Entitlements Support Scheme is accessible to eligible claimants who were terminated due to the insolvency of their employer between 1 January 2000 until 11 September 2001. The General Employee Entitlements Scheme (GEERS) is accessible to eligible claimants who were terminated due to the insolvency of their employer on or after 12 September 2001. The Special Employee Entitlements Scheme for Ansett (SEESA) is accessible to employees who were terminated due to the insolvency of the Ansett group of Companies on or after 12 September 2002

TABLE D: Funding for Charlton in 2001 - 2002

Electorate

Programme

Recipient

Project

StartDate

EndDate

Amount

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP)1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$4,288.00

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP) 1

Westlakes Training

Not Applicable

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$5,360.00

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP) 1

Westlakes Training

Not Applicable

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$53,600.00

Charlton

Community Support Programme (CSP) 1

Westlakes Community Training Services Inc.

Not Applicable

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$2,144.00

Charlton

Working Women's Centres (WWC)

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$0.00

Charlton

Work for the Dole (WfD)

See Table E

39 projects

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$802,850.77

Charlton

Community Development Employment Project Work Preparation and Employment Trial (CDEP Trial)2

1 Recipient

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$50,000.00

Charlton

Direct Assistance2

2 Recipients

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$21,435.00

Charlton

Structured Training & Employment2

2 Recipients

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$120,344.00

Charlton

Wage Assistance2

21 Recipients

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$57,046.00

Charlton

General Employee Entitlements and Redundancy Scheme (GEERS)3

25 Recipients

Not Applicable

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$207,738.03

Charlton

Employee Entitlements Support Scheme (EESS) 3

31 Recipients

Not Applicable

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$54,211.32

Charlton

Special Employee Entitlement Scheme for Ansett (SEESA) 3

2 Recipients

Not Applicable

1/07/2001

30/06/2002

$20,657.87

1 Community Support Programme (CSP) was superseded by the Personal Support programme (PSP) following the 2001-2002 Budget and is administered by the Department of Family and Community Services.

2 Indigenous Employment Programme comprises Structured Training and Employment Projects (STEP),Wage Assistance, Direct Assistance, Corporate Leaders for Indigenous Employment Project, National Indigenous Cadetship Project and Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) Placement Incentive.

3 The Employee Entitlements Support Scheme is accessible to eligible claimants who were terminated due to the insolvency of their employer between 1 January 2000 until 11 September 2001. The General Employee Entitlements Scheme (GEERS) is accessible to eligible claimants who were terminated due to the insolvency of their employer on or after 12 September 2001. The Special Employee Entitlements Scheme for Ansett (SEESA) is accessible to employees who were terminated due to the insolvency of the Ansett group of Companies on or after 12 September 2002.

TABLE E: Work for the Dole - 1999-2002

2000

Name

Address

Community Work Coordinators

The Salvation Army Employment Plus

Level 1, 576 Hunter Street, NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

Wesley Uniting Employment Services

9-11 Tyrrell Street, WALLSEND NSW 2287

Eastlake Skills Centre Limited

453 Pacific Highway, BELMONT NSW 2280

Westlakes Community Training Services

corner Cary St and Brighton Ave, TORONTO NSW 2283

2001

2002

Name

Address

Name

Address

Community Work Coordinators

The Salvation Army Employment Plus

Level 1, 576 Hunter Street, NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

The Salvation Army Employment Plus

Level 1, 576 Hunter Street, NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

Wesley Uniting Employment Services

9-11 Tyrrell Street, WALLSEND NSW 2287

Wesley Uniting Employment Services

9-11 Tyrrell Street, WALLSEND NSW 2287

Eastlake Skills Centre Limited

453 Pacific Highway, BELMONT NSW 2280

Eastlake Skills Centre Limited

453 Pacific Highway, BELMONT NSW 2280

Westlakes Community Training Services

corner Cary St and Brighton Ave, TORONTO NSW 2283

Lions Club of Hunter Wallsend Inc

Wallsend Enterprise Centre, Dan Rees Street, WALLSEND NSW 2287

Conservation Volunteers Australia

Ground Floor, 518 Hunter St, NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

Conservation Volunteers Australia

Ground Floor, 518 Hunter St, NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

Westlakes Community Training Services

corner Cary St and Brighton Ave, TORONTO NSW 2283

1999

2000

Name

Address

Name

Address

Sponsors that are also Community Organisations

Eastlake Skills Centre Limited

453 Pacific Highway, BELMONT NSW 2280

Lions Club of Hunter Wallsend Inc

Wallsend Enterprise Centre, Dan Rees Street, WALLSEND NSW 2287

Westlakes Community Training Services

corner Cary St and Brighton Ave, TORONTO NSW 2283

Westlakes Community Training Services

corner Cary St and Brighton Ave, TORONTO NSW 2283

Hunter Development Board

Suite 5, 146 Hunter StNewcastle NSW 2300

Macquarie Retirement Care Services

12 the RidgewayBolton Point NSW 2283

HGT Australia Ltd

Level 1, 148 Lambton RdBroadmeadow NSW 2292

H&H Accredited Training Australasia Ltd

Suite 6, Level 444 Miller StNorth Sydney NSW 2060

Wyong Workwise

Old SchoolAlison RdWyond NSW 2259

The Salvation Army Rehabilitation Services

900 Hunter StNewcastle West NSW 2300

Wesley Uniting Employment Services

9-11 Tyrrell Street, WALLSEND NSW 2287

The Salvation Army

Tally Ho Business ParkLevel 3, 10 Wesley CourtBurwood East Vic 3151

Eastlake Skills Centre Limited

453 Pacific Highway, BELMONT NSW 2280

Warners Bay Junior Soccer & Cricket Club

Lot 1 John StWarners Bay NSW 2282

The Salvation Army Endeavour Community

PO Box 346Morisset NSW 2264

Charlestown East Primary School

James StCharlestown NSW 2290

Samaritans Foundation

14 Torrens Ave, CARDIFF NSW 2285

2001

2002

Name

Address

Name

Address

Sponsors that are also Community Organisations

Conservation Volunteers Australia

Ground Floor, 518 Hunter St, NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

The Salvation Army Employment Plus(VIC) Property Trust

Level 1, 576 Hunter Street, NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

Wesley Uniting Employment Services

9-11 Tyrrell Street, WALLSEND NSW 2287

Westlakes Community Training Services

corner Cary St and Brighton Ave, TORONTO NSW 2283

Samaritans Foundation

14 Torrens Ave, CARDIFF NSW 2285

Community Support Agency

68-70 Gemvale Rd, REEDY CREEK QLD 4228

Eastlake Skills Centre Limited

453 Pacific Highway, BELMONT NSW 2280

Conservation Volunteers Australia

Ground Floor, 518 Hunter St, NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

Lions Club of Hunter Wallsend Inc

Wallsend Enterprise Centre, Dan Rees Street, WALLSEND NSW 2287

Trees in Newcastle

252 Parry St, NEWCASTLE WEST NSW 2302

The Salvation Army Employment Plus(VIC Property Trust)

Level 1, 576 Hunter Street, NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

Wesley Uniting Employment Services

9-11 Tyrrell Street, WALLSEND NSW 2287

Trees in Newcastle

252 Parry St, NEWCASTLE WEST NSW 2302

Newcastle City Mission

Level 1, 767 Hunter St, NEWCASTLE WEST NSW 2302

Wallsend Touch Football Association

9 Morna Close, ELERMORE VALE NSW 2287

Eastlake Skills Centre Limited

453 Pacific Highway, BELMONT NSW 2280

Westlakes Community Training Services

corner Cary St and Brighton Ave, TORONTO NSW 2283

Lions Club of Hunter Wallsend Inc

Wallsend Enterprise Centre, Dan Rees Street, WALLSEND NSW 2287

Lake Macquarie Neighbourhood Information Centre Inc

18 Main Rd, BOOLAROO NSW 2284

St Benedicts Primary School

840 Main RdEdgeworth NSW 2285

H&H Accredited Training

Suite 6, Level 444 Miller StNorht Sydney NSW 2060

Hillsborough Public School

Waratah AveCharlestown NSW 2290

Warners Bay Junior Soccer & Cricket Club

Lot 1 John StWarners Bay NSW 2282

Lake Macquarie Neighbourhood Information Centre Inc

18 Main Rd, BOOLAROO NSW 2284

Garden Suburb Primary School

Prospect RdGarden Suburb NSW 2289

Toronto Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Suite 4A The BoulevardToronto NSW 2283

St John Vianney School

60-66 Yambo StMorisset NSW 2264

HGT Australia

Level 1, 148 Lambton RdBroadmeadow NSW 2292

Edgeworth Neighbourhood Centre

Cnr Main and Minmi RoadsEdgeworth NSW 2285

State Forest of NSW

5/464 King StNewcastle West NSW 2302

Woodrising Neighbourhood Centre

Haydenbrook RdWoodrising NSW 2284

Lake Macquarie City Soccer Club

40 Dalmany DrMacquarie Hills NSW 2285

Heaton Primary School

Janet StJesmond NSW 2299

Samaritans Foundation

14 Torrens Ave, CARDIFF NSW 2285