HCA Executive officer Mici Beer said the much-needed upgrade to their office in Conie Ave, Baulkham Hills provided more private rooms for clients, disability access, and a better environment for staff, clients and the more than 130 volunteers connected to HCA.
Last week marked a fresh new look for Hills Community Aid. The official opening was performed by Chair of the Board Maria Kovacic and Baulkham Hills State MP David Elliott.
“We are very thankful for the funding we have received from the State Government’s Community Builders Partnership.”
David Elliott said: “HCA has been the backbone of a lot of the charity work going on in the Hills for more than half a century.”
He said the grant was one way of acknowledging that not only is their work needed but they are an essential service.
Hills Community Aid runs several services including a No Interest Loan Scheme, support for DV victims, homeless and people at risk of homeless, the Hills Daily Grind coffee van, Learning in the Hills and supported playgroups. For more details visit www.hca.org.au or call 9639 8620.