From Such small beginnings Much has been achieved CBS “Such and Much” SALA Exhibition Launch. This is the 20th exhibition of artists with a disability managed by CBS or with CBS as a partner. CBS is a not-for-profit organisation supporting people to achieve success by working together to plan their future, achieve personal goals and improve quality of life. One of the many highlights was Cecelia Clarke and Bruce Rodenrys partnership with trained artist Bronwyn Platten in the 1998, 11th Sydney Biennale titled “Everyday”.
Murray Bridge participant shows fighting spirit: Graeme is the first ever para athlete to take part in the Spartan Sprint obstacle race in Sydney on Sunday. . . by Dani Brown
“Nothing is too much trouble” Community Concierge SA (CCSA) is a social enterprise business of CBS. Currently four CBS Jobnet Employment Program clients run the concierge at the Aurora on Pirie building. In September 2015, the CCSA celebrated its 4th birthday with a social event.
29/09/2015 Freddie Brincat OAM . . . along with Jen Cousins (National Disability Coordination Officer), Glenn Hickling (Economic Growth and Investment Officer, City of Onkaparinga), together with successful job-seeker David Palmer presented at CBS’s second Business Breakfast. Community Bridging Services Consumer Nominee, Lukasz Wojniak was MC for the event.
Hannah – Employment Assistant Hannah is 19 years old and currently works 8 hours per week in data entry at Main North Nissan. Hannah has cerebral palsy and is in a wheelchair. She previously worked at (Dignity 4 Disability) for 3 months in an administration role
Opening of Murray Bridge office on the 10th of December 2014 the Member for Barker, Mr Tony Pasin MP officially opened the Community Bridging Services (CBS) Inc. Murray Bridge Office. The new office space is spacious and modern and both clients and staff have warmed to the welcoming new environment. Rima Staugas, CBS Board Member did a wonderful job as MC for the event.