Healing brings new hope as 2019 beckons

AS 2018 draws to a close, four Bundaberg people are celebrating the gift of hope and positivity which is taking them into 2019 with a new outlook on life. In September, they entered a Healing Circle Work program delivered by IWC. After an intensive three months of regular sessions, the four participants graduated last week. The group gathered with IWC CEO Ara Harathunian, Aunty Cheri and four IWC HCW facilitators (pictured from left) Michelle Hodson, Jeffrey Paul, Stirling Eggmolesse and Jenny Springham. "Healing Circle Work is based on ancient Aboriginal Healing practices and while it is not a therapeutic program, participants experience their own transformational outcomes," said Aboriginal

Christmas sparkle showered on region's needy

CHRISTMAS just got a lot brighter for families and children in need across our regions. A truckload of donated toys and other gifts has arrived at the IWC Health & Wellbeing Centre in Bundaberg for the non-government, Aboriginal community-controlled organisation to distribute. “This generous donation comes from the Sunshine Coast-based Knitting 4 Brisbane’s Needy (K4BN) and St Peter’s Lutheran College in Indooroopilly,” said IWC Corporate Manager Leanne Connors. “It is a much appreciated boost for the most disadvantaged in our community, and we are now asking people to let us know if their family, or someone they know, needs some caring community support this festive season. “This is a great

Small gift makes a massive difference

Back in April 2016, IWC got behind a fantastic way to help people. We started collecting unwanted prescription glasses for Ron Hope, a very generous-spirited man who lives in Bali. Ron helps people in remote areas of Indonesia by collecting prescription glasses and giving them out free of charge where they are needed so badly – places where optometrists are not available. Today, as Christmas 2018 draws near, we can say our communities have provided literally hundreds and hundreds of pairs of prescription glasses to be distributed through Ron's program, which is run by volunteers for the highest good of communities. Ron says: “I started collecting the glasses about eight years ago. I distribu

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