They listen to what matters to you so that together, as a community, they improve people ’ s wellbeing, connection and resilience.With the merging of three key community based organisations in 2014, they celebrate their foundation as first and foremost a bridge of three communities coming together to build stronger community linkages across Southern Sydney. The merge between Pole Depot, Keystone and Menai Community Services allows them to build a stronger and more supported community.
Through the recent merge they have the capacity to deliver more comprehensive services while maintaining a very local feel.
The expanded team brings together their community networks and knowledge and are focused on making it as easy as possible for the community to access 3Bridges full breadth of services which is designed to support all people in the community – from the very young to old.They care for the community, they work closely side-by-side with the community to support, nurture and make a positive difference, and they are there to help the community grow. In May 1978, the first Neighbourhood Community Worker was appointed through a grant from Department of Youth & Community Services and, since then, their services have been expanded to meet the needs of the local community.