Active Seniors Empowerment Program Receives New Funding

MISSION Australia has been successful in receiving almost $30,000 from a share of more than $600,000 through the third round of the NSW Government’s Reducing Social Isolation for Seniors program.

Published: 12 December 2022

“Seniors are an integral part of our society, and we want to make sure they don’t run the risk of falling into social isolation,” Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh said.

Jesse Taylor, Mission Australia Community Development Manager, Mid North Coast, told News Of The Area, “Mission Australia’s Active Seniors Empowerment (ASE) Program is all about the people and partnerships.

Ageing ain’t easy and ageing lonely increases risks.

ASE works with older people across our region on engaging, fun, free community gardening projects and community activities.