At Aurous we believe collaboration is the key to connection. In order to deliver a community network that reduces isolation and loneliness for Australians we have partnered with several organisations. We value our partners and the work they do both with us and independently to provide meaningful services that enhance the quality of life for individuals in our communities. From government agencies that see the need for greater connection, through service provider organisations that share our vision, to corporate partners who aid us with their volunteering efforts, we appreciate you all.
Below is a list of our partner organisations with links to their websites so you can check out the great work they do.
Burnie Brae is a community organisation located in Chermside, Queensland. Their mission is to build strong community connections by providing quality health, lifestyle and care services to seniors and people living with a disability. Aurous partners with Burnie Brae to provide a digital visiting service to their members and clients and helps support those members to access online activities provided by the centre.
Communify Queensland is an established community organisation providing a diverse range of services. Communify originated in 1978 when the Red Hill Paddington Community Centre (RHPCC) was formed by a small group of local residents at Caxton Street, Paddington with the intention to provide activities, support and advocacy services for local people. Over the years our centre has developed a broad range of services in response to the needs identified by our community. Aurous partners with Communify to provide a digital visiting service to their senior consumers and helps support those members to access online activities provided by the Communify.