Twelve Reasons to be Merry this Christmas

Community engagement 
interactions achieved

 

Community events
and workshops delivered

 

Collaborative partnerships fostered

 

New projects in research, strategy and activation

 

Award-winning community project work

 

Self-sustaining community groups

The opportunity to make a difference

Donna Shepherd as Chair of World Vision International

Allan Tranter with Nature Play WAUDIA Hot Topics Presentation and Sonshine FM

Andrew Watt with Future Bayswater and the Baysie Rollers

Eamonn Lourey with Street Roller Hockey League and the Vanguard Urban Leadership Conference

Our team presenting at the Social Impact Festival

Continued strong results in community wellbeing and connection

 

We hit a quarter of a century and are on track to score a century!

 

Community insights -specialising in Census 2016

 

Our project work is diverse and rewarding.

 

During this, our 25th year, we’ve reflected on the many changes which have shaped the way we work.

In our rapidly changing world, people are increasingly isolated and afraid of difference. But there are strong countervailing forces.

Throughout Australia and the rest of the world, we are seeing the emergence of trends such as the collective us, the rise in local, citizens action and the desire to make a contribution through community.

And this desire is being realised – people are changing their worlds for the better through creating communities. We are proud to partner with communities and clients who seek to be part of this.

Together we’re fulfilling our passion for people to:

Live purpose-filled lives

Be connected to each other

Have the capacity to make a difference in their own and other’s lives

Thrive with little or minimum reliance on government or service providers.

Please join us in supporting the children of the Syrian Refugee Crisis by contributing to the World Vision Appeal this Christmas.

The Creating Communities team will be taking a break from Friday, 22 December 2017 and will return to the office on Tuesday, 2 January 2018.

 

New data revealed, Census 2016

It is more important than ever to have a deep understanding of the communities in which we operate. Download Allan and Donna’s community trend analysis or click here to see some new insights and reflect on our previous census 2016 analysis.

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2017 Planning Intsitute of Australia Awards

With numerous projects submitted across all categories, and eight projects in the Community Engagement Project category, Creating Communities was honoured to work with the City of Fremantle and AUDRCto be recognised with two awards..

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Generating high levels of engagement 

The Town of Port Hedland is developing  their Strategic Community Plan 2018-2018, by engaging with the community to hear their stories and collate data on what they want for the years to come…

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Park(ing) Day Wellard

Reinvigorating Town Centres

Creating Communities anticipate a return to local as big box centres invest billions of dollars all over metropolitan Perth in a bid to reinvent themselves as entertainment precincts.  Peet communities…

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Inviting the Beeliar Mob to speak

The regeneration of Roe 8 is underway, following the controversial clearing works last year,  the rehabilitation project bringing together residents, scientists, government and custodians to work towards a unified vision.

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Bushmead Sunday Best -sharing ideas

Cedar Woods is developing a five-year community development plan which will engage and encourage the early settlers of the estate to be active in shaping the social and environmental fabric of Bushmead.  Active, connected neighbours are happier..

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