Inclusivity a chance for St.Giles to say thanks.
Last Friday, St.Giles hosted 60 guests at our Amy Road centre for the annual Inclusivity event.
The afternoon celebrated those who had supported St.Giles during 2020.
Guests were invited along for an afternoon tea and presentations relating to St.Giles challenges and successes over the last 12 months.
Launceston Mayor Albert van Zetten was on hand to present certificates to recipients, while State, Federal and local politicians attended to show their support for the organisation.
Head of Clincal Care, Elisha Deegan RN, made a presentation to the audience on how the organisation navigated the challenges posed by COVID-19, and the Studio Space Inclusive Arts group performed a scene from their upcoming production Project Vulcan.
If you can, you can support St.Giles too by donating to our Kids Can’t Wait mid year appeal.
A full gallery of the images from the afternoon can be found on St.Giles Facebook Page.