SCARF Empower Business Partners are community leaders.
Whether your business is large or small, partnering with SCARF will expand your reach in the community, strengthen your brand, engage your employees, and most importantly – help refugees rebuild their lives in the Illawarra.
An ongoing partnership with SCARF has the capacity to make a tangible, long-term impact on the lives of refugees in the Illawarra, and the vitality of the Illawarra region. As a business partner, you’ll be helping to fund programs that make a real difference in the lives of refugees who’ve been resettled in the Illawarra.
Through programs such as family mentoring, homework help for school students, English language & citizenship classes, and our learn to drive program, SCARF helps people like Burhan receive the support they need to navigate the difficult transition period of resettlement:
As a small non-profit, our business partnerships make a real difference. Let’s work together to enhance SCARF, your business, and our community.
10 days until our wonderful #ChampionsofWelcome will be out in the community raising vital funds for SCARF, and helping to make the Illawarra the most welcoming place for refugee entrants. To join them http://bit.ly/2pkZYED #ChampionsofWelcome
Hot tip: When at SCARF Trivia this coming Monday, don’t hold out your answer sheet like this (you’re baiting the cheats!). Tickets get you entry, a free drink and a chance to win some fab prizes – all in support of SCARF! http://bit.ly/2pF6jOc
Not only do the talented folk behind Eat At Sandy’s and Sandygoodwich make deeeelicious food they give back to community too! Come along and treat yourself to a 4-course communal dinner, and support refugee entrants in the Illawarra while you’re at it. 7 chefs from both eateries will be drawing on their individual cultural food histories to create a dish, with countries of origin including Burma, Israel,..