It’s just over a week until our next Monster Garage Sale – Saturday 20 October from 8am to 1pm.
Come along and grab a bargain: collectables, clothing, toys & games, plants, kitchen, electrical goods, furniture, cakes & craft, plants, books, CDs and records and much more….. You never know what you’ll find.
Of course there’ll also be home baked treats for morning tea.
Our next Kippax Monster Garage Sale is on Saturday 20 October from 8am – 1pm.
We will be accepting your donations from Thursday 18 October – from 9am – 7pm and again on Friday 19 October from 9am – 6pm.
The types of items (in good condition) we accept include are:
books and magazines
toys and games
clothing (baby’s, children’s, men’s and women’s)
plants and gardening equipment
electrical goods in working order.
There are some things we can’t accept:
anything that is broken or unusable
encyclopedias, Readers Digest books
cassette or video tapes
small or medium size plant pots
very old computer equipment
electrical items that require professional installation
chemicals or dangerous goods
children’s car restraints, portable cots, strollers
items in unusable condition.
Our next Kippax Monster Garage Sale is less than a month away!! So mark Saturday 20 October in your diary!
Come and grab a bargain – from furniture to cakes, toys to kitchen appliances, books to games – we have everything! and you can top it off with a delicious morning tea.
Are you an experienced leader who is passionate about creating inclusive, resilient and connected community? Do you have strong strategic and management skills? Are you committed to nurturing a positive, caring and professional workplace and good governance? Are you innovative and flexible and skilled in seeking and effectively managing income from a diverse range of sources?
If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!
Visit kippax.org.au/jobs to download a position description.
As the saying goes ‘nothing in this world is certain apart from taxes and death’ and yet we spend much of our lives pretending that we will never die.
In October and November we will be holding a series of 5 workshops to inform people of all ages about the things that can be put in place in the event of our death. Being prepared can reduce fear and anxiety; help us feel a little more in control; and it easier and less stressful for those we leave behind.
You can access the full program from this link: Preparing the Way