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Muddy Puddles is seeking to appoint two new members

Muddy Puddles - Disability Services for Children

Building skills for a good life


Muddy Puddles is seeking to appoint two new members to become part of our professional governance board. This board is part of the Muddy Puddles team which consists of both employees and volunteers working closely together in an integrated way to fulfil our mission and vision.

Muddy Puddles provides opportunities in the Eurobodalla Shire for children and young people with a disability to build skills for a good life. Working together with families, carers and the community, we provide therapy, development programs and individual support to promote personal growth, awareness and inclusion. We aim to deliver a professional, sustainable service across the Shire.

If you have something to contribute to this fast-growing not-for-profit organisation and are passionate about improving the lives of individuals and families in our community, we would love to hear from you.

For more information or if you are interested in applying for this position please contact John Wakelin by email Applications close on Friday 5 July 2019.

Above: Carroll College Supports Community - May 2019 For the last three years the students of Carroll College have surprised Muddy Puddles by donating the proceeds of fundraising events they organise. This year was no exception. Cate McMath was thrilled to attend a recent assembly at the College to accept over $1000 raised by these exceptional students. From L to r: Jack Gallen, College Principle Jacqii Heffernan, Cate McMath and Tahlia Cowan . Ms McMath said "These funds will go towards the purchase of much needed speech therapy resources that will help our new Speech Pathologist, Jess, to support our clients. Thank you Carroll College students for living your values and demonstrating compassion and community support."


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