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Enabling people to live the life they choose, in their home, in their own community.
Providing range of in-home, community care services to people who need support to live independently.
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I just love helping people so you feel like you’re achieving something.
Irrespective of what your background is, you can come along and become a volunteer in some areas in which you’ve got skills which you normally don’t use. And that’s really what it’s all about.
If someone were on hard times and didn’t know where to go and what to do, I recommend Chorus is probably the best place to at least dip your foot in. Chorus has been really great in helping me transition to where I needed to be.
I am in a different life when I am volunteering. It provides great stress relief from my carer role.
Volunteering has really helped me as I have dementia and it gets me out of the house. It has a positive impact on me. I feel happy and I like that I am giving back to the local community. I really like the jobs we do and the people I work with too.
I have learned so many different but relevant skills including interacting with people. I have been mentored and supported throughout my volunteering experience.
Volunteering has given me confidence in myself. I enjoy the company and helping people out.
Normally I shop on my own. It’s nice to have company. It’s also interesting to see what different people buy.
It’s a great day out which I wouldn’t do otherwise.
This is a great group because of the camaraderie.
It’s the greatest thing that has ever happened to me.
The gardeners have just been and I could weep with joy.
I am so grateful. I wouldn’t see anyone if I couldn’t do this.
Thank you. I am so glad you guys are there, It’s wonderful
The gardeners do a wonderful job. They are amazing beautiful people. Sincere thanks to the team.
Chorus joined forces with the Medina Residents Group to organise the Medina Harvest Feast 2019, a shared community dinner celebrating local produce and food gardens.
Chorus Multicultural Activity Centre hosted a Harmony Week event with the City of Melville. Performances included Chinese Opera and Scottish dance with guests also getting the chance to try different cuisine from around the world.