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Coffs Caring community Inc.

Tax deductible charity run by volunteers who work together to help less fortunate women and young people living in the Coffs Harbour area to improve their lives

Coffs Coast Deaf Community

The Deaf Community and friends meet each Wednesday.

AUSLAN is the official Australian Sign Language for deaf and hearing impaired people.

We have AUSLAN classes which anyone can come along to. Morning tea is provided.

Where: Boambee Community Hall, Bruce King Drive, Boambee East.

When:Every Wednesday

Start time: 10:00am Finish time 12:00pm
COSTS: $6 per class or $45 per term.

Come along and join us, it’s fun!

Coffs Coast Growers Market

Coffs Coast Growers Market - held every Thursday in the City Centre, Harbour Drive from 8.00am till 3.30pm.

The Coffs Coast Growers’ Market provides the freshest in local and regional produce plus a growing range of organic produce. Regular items for sale include: fruit and vegetables, flowers, plants and herbs, cakes, honey, nuts, oils, eggs, wood-fired breads, wild seafood and more recently, meats and gourmet sausages.

For more information or to keep update with what’s happening at the Grower’s Market check out the market’s Facebook site

Heartbeat's Coffs City Mission

Providing care and assistance to those in need within our community through Heartbeat Market, Heartbeat Church and Heartbeat House.
Services include -

Retail trade training Furniture, Manchester, Clothing assistance Senior's Free computer training and access to broadband internet services Christian Counselling Free Marriage Celebrant Services for those wanting a Christian Church Wedding Service.

Key Employment

Key Employment aims to provide excellent quality assessment; training and recruitment services to help people with disability get more skills, better jobs and more respect in the community.

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous is a non profit organisation designed to provide support for those who identify that drugs have caused problems in their lives.
We meet regularly to help each other stay clean.

Meetings List - Current form April 2014

Monday – 10am Urunga Sail Training Club, Corner of Bellingen and River Streets.

Wednesday – 10am Urunga Neighbourhood Centre, 34 Bonville Street.

Thursday – 6pm Coffs Harbour, Uniting Church Hall, Corner Vernon and Gordon Streets.

Friday – 12pm, Coffs Harbour, Salvation Army, Mastracolas Road.

Short Sharp Digital

Initially established as the Short Sharp Film Festival Inc. in 2007, Short Sharp Digital Inc. (a not-for-profit association) was launched at the end of 2011.

Short Sharp Digital Inc. is a member-based organisation that will:

Woolgoolga Heritage Walk

In April 2012 local member Andrew Fraser announced a NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program grant to the Rotary Club of Woolgoolga of $15,000 towards a Woolgoolga Heritage Walk, an idea resurrected by long-time Woolgoolga/Emerald Beach local, Don Clinch.

The Walk is part of Coffs Harbour City Council’s master plan for Woolgoolga and will be coordinated by CHCC in conjunction with a sub-committee of Woolgoolga Rotary. Partners in the project include Lions, CWA and the Chamber of Commerce.

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