Every week, office staff, Board members and volunteers connect with older members of the community who are living in their own homes, are isolated and are in need of assistance with basic staples, pick up of medicines, travel to appointments and the shops.…
Ageing causes bone health to decrease, leading to balance and flexibility issues, which can make it difficult to walk. However, engaging in exercise on a regular basis can strengthen muscles and also reduce the risk of a hip fracture, joint pain or age-related conditions such as osteoporosis. Exercise may also help seniors to feel energised,…
During COVID-19, SHARE has formed many partnership to better serve the communities. SHARE is proud to announce collaborations partnership with Nepalese Community Association. Partnership is well balanced and SHARE has developed platform to navigate exercise programs, counselling services, education and Nutrition programs. During the unprecedented time, we have stepped up to help this community…
It has been a busy month for SHARE team, but hey we love it and feel blessed that our organisation is growing and with that we are able to provide more caring programs to our community. We had an opportunity to meet and talk to so many lovely, beautiful-soul people from different LGA. On Wednesday…
SHARE team and our beloved volunteer participant – Nancy, had a very busy day at Sutherland Shire Retirement & Recreation Expo. It was lovely to meet and talk to Sutherland residents and introduce them to our classes in Engadine, Caringbah, Sylvania Height and Miranda. If you’re not sure what service we have in Sutherland Shire, check…
Attendees joined in yoga and Tai Chi class which was not only educational but fun. Our guest speaker was President Barbara Ward who gave us an inspirational talk, informative data and quizzed everyone on the benefits of exercise, statics and encouraged everyone to join one of SHARE classes. Our heartfelt thanks to Cumberland Council and…
The outstanding contribution of individuals and organisations who volunteer have been recognised in the ninth annual St George Community Awards by Oatley MP Mark Coure at Club Central in Hurstville on Monday, November 18 before an audience of more than 400 people. Yet another year, SHARE is proudly presented Community Group Achievement Award and our…
SHARE received letter of appreciation from Sydney Local Health District for our great achievement during 2018/2019 period, particularly in our contribution to SLHD events.
Nutrition Australia and SHARE celebrated Women’s Health Week on 4th September 2019 at School Kogarah of Art. Over 30 woman of the community has gathered to sharing great tips about nutrition & lifestyle benefiting women through changing life stages (menopause) and ageing. Speaker Assoc. Prof Kim Bell-Anderson from The University of Sydney, had a nice…
President Barbara Ward attends the 2019 International Symposium ‘PARTNERSHIPS FOR BETTER HEALTH’ by SPHERE
The future of healthcare was together in Darling Harbour at this international gathering of influential minds. People from every discipline, industry and country were invited to join SPHERE as they challenge, innovate and ideas-make. As they move healthcare forward, from where it is, to where we imagine it to be.
SHARE Instructors , participants and staff attended ‘Ayurveda for Holistic Health’ presented by Dr Sharma, followed by refreshments and networking. Ayurveda is a system of traditional medicine native to India which includes exercise through yoga. All attendees found this event to informative, interesting and fun – as it demonstrated the many health benefits of Ayurveda.
SHARE set up stall at the Cherry Blossom Festival this year targeting local seniors.
The Hon Premier Gladys Berejiklian and The Hon. John Sidoti MP Minister for Sport, Minister for Multiculturalism Minister for Seniors, Minister for Veterans invited Indian Community leaders, members, and association presidents to afternoon tea to personally thank the contribution this community makes to NSW. Also attending were many NSW Government Ministers, Members of Parliament and staff.
Camera.. Action… Belly Dancing!
For yet another year, SHARE offered participants and friends the opportunity to come together and strengthen community bonds at our annual ‘Christmas In July’ lunch.
A huge success, with a 100% attendance, this year’s event put all other years to shame!
BRAND NEW pool for hydrotherapy in the St George Region – Japara Aged Care in Brighton-le-Sands!
Facilitated by smoothFM’s Glenn Daniel, the day featured presentations by leading health experts.
Our President Barbara Ward attended the 2019 ACCF Inaugural Women’s Conference alongside the Governor of NSW Margaret Beazley AO, QC.
Volunteers Adrian and Saba were both awarded The Banks Volunteer of the Year Award.
SHARE held a free event about the importance of exercising at any age.
Promoting “Happier, Healthier and Fitter” to demonstrate that ageing is no barrier to living well.
SHARE held an informative and fun event to empower the community to take healthier decisions.
A true celebration of multiculturalism and community, Members of Parliament, business leaders, community leaders, ambassadors, Consuls-General and other dignitaries come together at this special event to honour harmony and diversity in New South Wales.
Mr Mark Coure MP, Member for Oatley, Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Infrastructure announced a donation of $67,000 to SHARE SMR INC to assist with the purchase of a 12-seater bus to transport program participants who no longer able to drive and/or rely on family and friends.
The St George Community Award was presented to SHARE for our outstanding service to the St George Community.
Christmas in July was celebrated at Penshurst RSL Club hosted by Mr.Mark Coure MP member for Oatley Parliamentary Secretary for Transport & Infrastructure