Thursday, April 26, 2018

Uniting Care Cutting Edge branches out

Editor March 7, 2012
UNITED TEAM… Pictured from left, The UnitingCare Cutting Edge team, (back) - Tim Andrews, Jijoy Villat, Sal Ngezi, Hashim AlSalem and Joanna Gall. (Middle) - Colin Emonson, Ronni Druitt, Harmeet Dhillon, Sarah Press, Silver Keogh, Bianca Bauer, Huda AlSalem, Bonnie Ross and Malama Uhamaka. (Front) - Sara Cartwright, Lesley Cooper, Alison Pozzobon, Lorna Gillespie, Sonali Jayasundera and CEO, Christine Nunn. Photo: Alicia Zeqir.

UNITED TEAM… Pictured from left, The UnitingCare Cutting Edge team, (back) – Tim Andrews, Jijoy Villat, Sal Ngezi, Hashim AlSalem and Joanna Gall. (Middle) – Colin Emonson, Ronni Druitt, Harmeet Dhillon, Sarah Press, Silver Keogh, Bianca Bauer, Huda AlSalem, Bonnie Ross and Malama Uhamaka. (Front) – Sara Cartwright, Lesley Cooper, Alison Pozzobon, Lorna Gillespie, Sonali Jayasundera and CEO, Christine Nunn. Photo: Alicia Zeqir.

AN exciting new development for UnitingCare Cutting Edge’s (UCCE) Shepparton office has seen some of the team make a move to new premises, at 219 – 225 Wyndham Street Shepparton.
After significant expansion over the last twelve months the new premises will allow UCCE to continue providing the high standard of services to the community from seven locations across the Goulburn Valley.
Continuing to provide Advocacy & Justice Programs, Youth Programs, Diversity Project and Goulburn Valley Community Legal Centre at their Maude Street location, with the addition of a new Big Picture Unreal! Learning Alternative Education Program and Sustainability Programs the new office location on Wyndham Street will be the place to go for Multicultural Services, School Focused Youth Service, Administration & Finance and their Youth Adventure services.
UnitingCare Cutting Edge Chief Executive Officer Christine Nunn said, “At the heart of our work at UCCE is the desire to create an environment in which all members of our community are able to meet their full potential.
“UCCE has experienced such significant growth in the past twelve months that we, as an organisation, needed to move to premises that would allow us to meet our full potential.
“These new premises are well suited to the agency as it is today and hopefully into the future, and will allow us to meet the needs of all our clients in a structured, confidential and flexible manner. It is the start of a new era for UCCE and we are all very excited,” Christine said.
For further information or to take advantage of UCCE’s fantastic services, contact 5831 6157 or visit 219 – 225 Wyndham Street Shepparton.