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Servants celebrated it’s 30th birthday on Saturday with much fanfare and joy. Here’s to another 70 years!
Servants is turning 30 and you’re all invited to our celebration, Saturday 28 May. More details soon!
Hawthorn Community Chest invites you to
Carols at Carrical
Sunday December 13, 6.30–8.30pm at Carrical House, 18-20 Mason St, Hawthorn.
Entry by Gold Coin Donation to HCC • Candles Included • BYO Deckchairs & Rugs • Soft Drinks & BBQ available • Alcohol-Free Event
In partnership with Rotary Club of North Balwyn, Servants Community Housing and Sing Australia
Servants resident Paul is featured in today’s Progress Leader! Check it out:
Servants are delighted to announce our latest creative venture alongside our friends from Scotch College – Reflections: from the mansion on the hill. This is in part the continuation of now legendary Voices: The Carrical Project as well as tracing the history of Carrical House.
Written by Scotch College Year 11 and 12 students in the Social Justice Drama programme in conjunction with Servants Community Housing and the residents at Carrical House, Hawthorn.
4 October 2015 at 4pm, 5, 6 & 7 October at 7pm
Entry by gold coin donation at the venue.
Scotch College, Drama School, Cramond Studio, cnr Morrison Street and Fordholm Road, Hawthorn. Enter via Entrance 3 off Morrison Street.
See you there!
Servants was featured in this week’s Boroondara Progress Leader:
“Fiona, 52, has lived for eight years at Hawthorn’s Carrical House, which is run by Servants Community Housing, and said it was vital for the homeless to have a community around them.
“I don’t know where I would be if I hadn’t have been accepted here,” Fiona said.”
“For the past 14 months, Paul has been a resident at Romana House in Kew, a former nursing home that has been converted into a home for 24 residents by an organisation called Servants Community Housing.”
Congratulations to all our Team Servants participants! Here’s a couple of photos from the finish line for you.