2021 Year in Review

It was a big year for Hunter Community Alliance

Through pandemic, working from home, home schooling, busy schedules, stretched budgets, and general wariness about the future, Hunter Community Alliance members worked together for positive change in the Hunter.

We measure success based on five dimensions, or pillars, that keep us focused on our mission. See the 2021 Year in Review report below to see how we did.

Scroll further down to see some of the images from 2021.

2021 Report

The Year in Pictures

Michael, Nissa, Carly and Tom, shared their stories at our Lake Macquarie Mayoral Candidates Forum to demonstrate the realities fo housing insecurity and climate change.

Just some of the nearly 40 people we trained online and in person in 2021.

Hunter Homeless Connect's Nissa Phillips worked from home during the pandemic to help make our Allies Assembly on housing, homelessness, and climate change happen.

Some of the nearly 50 people who participated in our Allies Assembly in September.

Several leaders of Sydney Alliance and Hunter Community Alliance came together in June to develop relationships and plan consider the future.

Uniting Church members in the Hunter met to learn about community organising's role in their faith, and to meet relationally.

A group shot of Uniting Church members sharing stories and listening to one another relationally.

A screenshot of the Newcastle Council meeting during the motion to adopt HCA's proposed Lord Mayoral minute.