Support worker assisting person with disability using white board

Would you like a career with Achieve Australia, supporting people with intellectual and physical disability? Attend our information session to find out more about careers with Achieve Australia. Location Date and Time Register to attend Seven Hills Wednesday 29th March 3:30pm Register Here Seven Hills Wednesday 29th March 6:00pm Register Here Epping Thursday 30th March 10:00am […]

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WHAT’S NEW IN THE SHOP? Last week we received the lifetime needlework collection of a ninety-nine-year-old lady who can no longer stitch because of failing vision. Included were hundreds and hundreds of high quality silk, linen, metallic and gold work threads, embroidery fabrics, frames and accessories, completed projects and several vintage, beaded, evening bags. Some […]

This month: May

WHAT’S NEW IN THE SHOP? After another successful sale, the shelves are being restocked, particularly with winter and stretch fabric, suitable for skirts, sloppy joes, jackets etc, ready for the coming colder days and nights.  Plus 100% cotton shirt fabric will be out and on the shelves in time for the patchwork sale – makes […]

Achieve Sponsors Casino Beef Week
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  • May 19, 2016
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Achieve is Silver Sponsor of Casino Beef Week running from 21 to 31 May. This is one of Australia’s largest regional community festivals and it incorporates more than 100 separate activities that celebrate the role of the beef industry in the Northern Rivers region of NSW – the location of two of Achieve’s offices. We’re […]

Novartis Corporate Volunteer Day

A big thank you to the Australian arm of global healthcare company Novartis. For the fourth year running, Novartis chose Achieve Australia to participate in its Community Partnership Day. This initiative encourages Novartis volunteers to make a difference in their local communities. Today, six volunteers rolled up their sleeves and got to work at Achieve’s […]

Fabrics News

The Volunteers are busy restocking the shelves after the sale so there’s still plenty to choose from for sewing that winter wardrobe. Whilst we appreciate every item donated and every generous donor, we can no longer take small pieces of fabric less than a metre in length unless it’s silk, linen or brocade. This restriction does […]