The Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania Board is saddened to advise you that on the 21st May, Kate Beer stepped down as NHT’s President and Board Member.
Kate has decided to take some well deserved leave and spend some time with her daughter and granddaughter. We are sure that she will also take some time to watch her beloved Collingwood when the AFL is eventually up and running again!
We wish to acknowledge some of the wonderful things achieved during Kate’s 11 years on our Board including:
The situation with Coronavirus (Covid-19) is changing daily and as a result people are seeking guidance on how to deal with potential infection in their communities. As the Peak Body, NHT would like to provide some relevant information to the the Network about Covid-19.
The Tasmanian Government is providing daily updates, through the following sites:
Dear Neighbourhood House Board members, volunteers & staff,
Every House that is a financial member of Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania has the right to nominate a delegate for election to the Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania Board. A delegate must be either an employee or financial member of their House’s Association. The nomination must be proposed by an Executive Committee Member of the House represented.
The 35 Neighbourhood Houses across Tasmania and their Peak Body, Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania (NHT) are celebrating Neighbourhood House Week from 11th to 15th May 2020. Our theme for the week is “#togetherwearetheanswer”. This reflects our commitment to working together to support our communities and build a brighter future for all. Neighbourhood Houses and Centres across Australia are also celebrating this week.
The Australian Government has announced a range of assistance packages to help businesses and not for profits affected by Covid-19. To find out more check out their Fact Sheet and visit the ATO to stay up to date.