Get Involved

Join Cooloola Human Services Network

CHSN membership is open to organisations and individuals who share our commitment to building a stronger human and community services sector.

Membership for 2018 is free for individuals and unfunded organisations and $33 per year for funded organisations.

Complete our  2018 CHSN membership renewal form or 2018 CHSN new membership application form and return to:

The Secretary

Cooloola Human Services Network

PO Box 1286

Gympie Qld 4570

Attend our AGM

Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 12 April 2018

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Attend Network Meetings

Network meetings are for members to share information and insights.

Meetings are a great way for new workers and services to ‘meet and greet’ other services.

Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month from February to November, with an end of year function in December. There is no meeting in January. See our calendar for details of our upcoming meetings.

Share Information

Wondering how to get information about your service to a wider audience? We act as a clearinghouse for information vital to our members. Join CHSN to receive regular updates about important events occurring across  our region.

Membership benefits:

  • Be part of a collective voice for social change in the Gympie region.
  • Networking opportunities
  • Access to members to promote your services and activities.
  • Monthly network meetings to share information, knowledge, expertise and support.
  • Receive regular emails about local events and information.
  • Guest speakers on identified topics.
  • Training to meet identified needs.
  • Opportunities to collaborate with others to deliver local projects.
How does CHSN assist the community?

A strong network of organisations across many sectors and caring individuals within the community make up the CHSN family. CHSN provides a base for networking to support both interagency and advocacy roles. CHSN has transitioned into a physical 'hub' that is very active on the coalface of community needs. CHSN disseminates information across the Gympie region and is also responsible for facilitating training events and forums. CHSN acts in an auspicing and nurturing role for many smaller unfunded groups. The Gympie region is very well served by CHSN as a vital player in providing holistic approach to community development, across intergenerational bounds.

Beryl J Spencer

QCSLAN Qld Child Safety Legislation Action Network