Shepparton CALD Pen Pals

CALD Pen Pals projectGreater Shepparton City Council is running a CALD (Cultural & Linguistically Diverse) Pen Pal Initiative Group for the Senior Citizens of the Goulburn Valley.


Greater Shepparton has a population of approximately 65,000, and an expenditure budget in excess of $118 million. The population is culturally diverse with 9.9% of residents being born overseas. The area has excellent education, recreation, cultural, social and health facilities and tourism is a developing focus for the region.

Greater Shepparton City Council is running a CALD (Cultural & Linguistically Diverse) Pen Pal Initiative Group for the Senior Citizens of the Goulburn Valley.

This project is focussed on culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) older people who are at risk of, or currently experiencing isolation or loneliness.

The CALD Pen Pal initiative is a part of the Greater Shepparton City Council’s Strengthening Seniors Inclusion & Participation Project, which is partially funded and supported by the Ethnic Council of Shepparton.

Please contact Rylee from Greater Shepparton City Council on (03) 5832 5276 or 0441 335 900 for more information.

 

Shepparton CALD Pen Pals Project

 

 

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