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Karumah Blog

Hi Folks! A reminder about our next discussion group, Peer to Peer for poz gay men, on Thursday 12 June from 6:30pm. Come along and meet up with like-minded folks and chat about the things that matter to you. A light meal will be served, so please RSPV to Hédimo on 9206 2173. Peer to...

This month's Harry Huddle was AWESOME!! A huge thank you to Mark "Feathers" Fowler who provided us with a fantastic afternoon and some of the best food I have had in a long time. Mark's talent for entertaining was second to none and we all had a lovely afternoon at the Orchid Farm. I have never...

Thanks to those who braved the cold and rain to come to the BBQ last Friday night at Karumah, a good crowd turned up - the food was good (special thanks to the cook) and it was a great opportunity to catch up. These BBQ's will be a regular event at Karumah so look out for...

Thanks to one of our volunteers who put in a magnificent "Lavender Hedge" for our service users. This garden is in full bloom at the moment and brings everyone who passes it a great deal of joy both visual and from it's beautiful perfume. The lavender was planted in the front garden over a year...

The Outreach component of my work has increased and this has highlighted that we have such a lot of PLWH who are carers for loved ones. My focus for the coming months will be to endeavour to provide some R&R for these silent hard workers and am working closely with NSW Carers to enable this....

Fees have been reduced to $5.00 per year and this will get you discounted rates on all Karumah activities, events and workshops. Karumah members contribute to innovative and ground-breaking work in HIV prevention, health promotion, advocacy, care and support. We’re grateful for your financial support, participation in focus groups and research, volunteering, attending fundraising and...

Some service users have embraced the opportunity to ‘give back to the community’ by participating in this program. The results have been amazing with 'closet knitters' coming out and producing some amazing scarves beanies and squares for blankets. So far we've made 4 deliveries of finished knitting to the Hunter Homeless connect in Hamilton and...