Poverty, hardship or homelessness may occur at any time during a person’s lifetime.
Our Caring for our Community information resource has been collaboratively developed with input from local community groups, to show you that you’re not alone. There is support available to help you or someone you know get through the tough times. We have a caring community. There are many businesses and residents who genuinely want to help others experiencing adversity or disadvantage.
If you would like to make a difference in the City of Bayswater, you can connect with a local community group listed in our information resource, learn how they help others, and consider whether you can volunteer time, donate money, or provide goods to help others to make a fresh start.
The City of Bayswater is committed to supporting positive mental health and wellbeing within the community, and has partnered with Mentally Healthy WA to promote the Act Belong Commit health campaign.
Mentally Healthy WA, based at Curtin University, has a webpage containing links to many helpful resources, including apps, books, guided meditations, magazines, online courses, podcasts and videos, to name a few. Click on the link below to discover more.
Closing Date : Thursday 27 January, 2022
The City of Bayswater is looking to recruit a team of twenty (20) Hub Connectors Volunteers to effectively engage with vulnerable people experiencing or at risk of homelessness, facilitate a direct connection to local service providers and support groups, as well as providing information where necessary.
To learn more, please visit Seek Volunteer - City of Bayswater - Hub Connector Volunteer
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The City of Bayswater acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land, the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation, and pays its respects to Elders past, present and emerging.