Constitution

The fundamental principles governing our running of our organisation.

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Our Objectives

The goals and outcomes our organisation would like to achieve.

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Strategic Plan

Determines our opportunities to achieve our growth goals.

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Ulladulla Community Resources Centre

The Ulladulla Community Resource Centre (CRC) offers free community services to all who seek assistance, we aspire to help anyone in need that contacts the centre.

The CRC receives funding from the NSW Government, Family and Community Services (FACS) and we are required to deliver services in line with FACS Strategic Plan. The plan is designed to deliver the following outcomes:

• Aboriginal children, families and communities thrive

• All children are safe at home with their families

• People are in charge of their own lives and feel a real sense of choice and control

• More people have a safe and stable place to live - and their family lives, jobs, wellbeing and dignity make this possible

The CRC is required to provide feedback to FACS and in doing so we are often the first to identify new trends in the needs of the community, we then lobby for additional funding and/or programs to address these needs. Over the years we are very proud to have managed a number of awareness programs developed to meet the new community needs.

The Centre has a full time Manger and a Board of Management that develops the future plans and strategic directions; however we do seek community involvement and assistance in setting these plans. This year we plan to expand our media output to better inform the community and encourage their participation and feedback.

The wonderful volunteers are the people who really make the difference in fulfilling the critical services required in the community.

The Centre management is supported by the guidance and decision making skills of the committed Board of Management.

John Pitt

Board of Management
February, 2018

CRC - Our History
In 1983 - The Ulladulla & Districts Community Resources Centre, known as The Milton/Ulladulla Neighbourhood Centre was located on the Princes H’way, Ulladulla.
In 1989 - The first full-time Co-ordinator was appointed.
In 1992 - The Centre relocated to 92 St Vincent St which was renovated largely with the help of volunteer labour and the support of local tradesmen.
In 1997 - 92 St Vincent Street, was demolished and the Community Resources Centre moved to 268 Green Street, Ulladulla.
In 2006 - The CRC finally moved into its new premises, located at 78 St Vincent Street, Ulladulla, built by Shoalhaven City Council.
In 2016 - In 2016 we celebrated 10 years in our building!
Become a Member of the Ulladulla Community Resources Centre
Membership Application - click here


What are the benefits of becoming a member of the CRC?
  • Minutes of meetings are available for viewing at the office by appointment or you can arrange to have copies posted to you.
  • You can view financial statements at the office by appointment
  • You can vote at extraordinary meetings
  • You can vote at the AGM
  • You can nominate for the committee
  • You can take an active part in a sub-committee which has been convened for a specific purpose
  • Another advantage if you are a financial member is that you are automatically covered by the volunteer insurance held by the CRC whether you are participating in a sub-committee or doing volunteer work at the centre

Committee Membership

    There are 11 committee members allowed by the constitution, these comprise of:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • You can nominate for the committee
  • 7 Ordinary Members
  • Another advantage if you are a financial member is that you are automatically covered by the volunteer insurance held by the CRC whether you are participating in a sub-committee or doing volunteer work at the centre.