Girls In Business Program

Girls In Business is a 4 term Business program for girls aged 12-18 years old.

Wednesdays 3:30pm - 5:00pm at 11 Gallop Street, Warwick Farm

In our 40 week program we will:

- Research

- Create a business plan, name and marketing plan

- Sell at markets

- Go on excursions

- Meet successful Business Women

- Learn sewing, speaking, and other skills

- Support a charity

- Make new friends!

Contact: Jess on 9600 0600 or email

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Did you know you can help decide which projects in your area get funding? Voting is now open for My Community Project. #MyCommunityProject

“Can I ask for your support for our Pepper’s Place Social Enterprises, if you would kindly vote for us it would make such a difference to the lives of the women we employ and their children. If we win this funding for this film we will be able to employ more women and change the lives of them and their family.  This film will be used as a tool to encourage businesses to give us 5 hour paid scholarships for our women who complete our education/employment pathway project. It will also give our young people the opportunity to work with Curious Works Film makers to actually make this feature film. They will learn skills that they would never have had the opportunity to without this project. We could effectively be the first step in a young person becoming a filmmaker. So please vote for us, we know it is an involved process but it would mean so much to us to have your support. Please follow the link and vote before the 15th August.  You will be making a difference!

 Thank You

Pat Hall - CEO


Biggest Morning Tea

LNC hosted the Biggest Morning Tea on Wednesday 24th July from 10:30am - 12:30pm.
It was a wonderful day with a great turn out thanks to the Warwick Farm community members.

There was yummy cake and morning tea provided with a great range of raffles prizes that were donated for the event.
A huge thanks to Sarina and Cheryl for putting this special event on!

SHELTER and DIGNITY, in a backpack!

Everyone has the right to shelter and basic comfort and that the clever, simple concept of the Backpack Bed would improve the lives of some of the most needy in the community.

Liverpool City Council is making life easier for residents who are sleeping rough by supporting LNC with the purchase of 144 Backpack Beds for those in need.

“Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections is being proactive about an issue that cannot be ignored.”

LNC is distributing the Backpack Beds in conjunction with the Liverpool/ Fairfield Homelessness Interagency, in collaboration between Liverpool and Fairfield councils.

Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections CEO Pat Hall with Mayor Wendy Waller and the Backpack Beds.

Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections CEO Pat Hall with Mayor Wendy Waller and the Backpack Beds.

Westside Youth

What a great night and opportunity for the Westside youth who attended the new parramatta stadium to watch the football.