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Get your organisation involved in volunteering

Volunteer Link is a program of 3Bridges Community that is funded by the Commonwealth Home Support Program, to promote volunteering in the community.  Volunteer Link offers a diverse range of support services to volunteer-involving organisations, volunteers and individuals who are interested in volunteering their time to give back to the community.

Working Safely Together

To our Clients and Community
3Bridges is continuing to operate and follow best-practice health and safety procedures in accordance with the NSW government health and safety advice, and we are committed to ensuring we play our part in controlling the spread of the coronavirus.

Abuse and neglect faced by older people

The Australian Institute of Family Studies defines Elder Abuse as a complex phenomenon that takes several shapes, including, psychological, physical, financial and sexual abuse and neglect. It is often a hidden form of neglect and abuse.

Making the tough decisions

3Bridges Community volunteers are the heart of our organisation, we rely on their passion, generosity and their commitment to our families, carers and individuals. As the reality of COVID-19 became more real, the decision had to be made to stand down our wonderful volunteers immediately.

Keeping staff engagement while at home

With Covid-19 descending upon us and restrictions increasing daily, we had plans in place structurally to ensure our staff could continue providing quality care and delivering services to our much-valued community.

How to Hug During a Pandemic!

The New York Times had an article by Tar Parker-Pope discussing the issue of how we miss hugs and we actually do need them. Physical affection reduces stress by calming our sympathetic nervous system, which during times of worry releases damaging stress hormones into our bodies. “Affectionate touch is how our biological systems communicate to one another that we are safe, that we are loved, and that we are not alone” (Johannes Eichstaedt, social scientist and psychology professor at Stanford University).

Intergenerational Program - A Story From Narani Childcare Centre

From the moment we enter the Childcare Centre, we're grouped by age. But there are numerous benefits to connecting older and younger generations with one another. 

The intergenerational programs are “relationship based,". The same adults and children work together on a regular basis over an extended period of time.

We connect with you every step of the way

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We acknowledge the Traditional owners of the land on which we meet, walk, work and live. We acknowledge the elders past and present and the care they have given this country.

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3Bridges Community Limited
3Bridges Community is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for- profits Commission

ABN: 96039601269 | ACN: 607053127 | RTO 41056 | Builders Licence No. 298633C. Our organisation has been certified by BSI to ISO 9001:2015 and NSW Disability Services Standards under certificate numbers FS537478 and 632737.

Excellence – We Value Quality
3Bridges Community is committed to providing quality services in a professional and consistent manner that meets its customers’ requirements. 3Bridges Community prides itself on providing innovative solutions to customer service requirements. The company strives to meet customer expectations and seek to provide a high standard of service at all times which meets the relevant statutory requirements.