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    Mar 02, 2018

    Hills Community Aid is a Good Shepherd Microfinanced accredited No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS) provider and can assist you with applying for a small loan.

    Loan amounts can be up to $1500 for essential goods and services, subject to approval.  A repayment plan is then set up for you to repay the loan in affordable fortnightly payments.

    Whitegoods, Fridges, Dryers, Electrical, TV’s, PC’s, Phone, Medical, Spectacles, Hearing Aids, Wheelchairs, Procedures, Furniture, Lounges, Beds.

    • No interest
    • No fees
    • No charges

    Contact Hills Community Aid on 02 9639860 or email to nils@hca.org.au.


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    Feb 23, 2018

    Join us for one of our wonderful social trips.  Visit scenic spots, meet friends new and old, enjoy lunch or morning tea.

    Download our Chatterbus 2018 February edition – which lists all our social outings for April, May and June 2018.

    We look forward to seeing you and your friends on the bus for our next social outing

    Social Outings Schedule April-June


    Click through to our events calendar to see the schedule of all our available events

    Events Calendar
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    Feb 06, 2018

    Easy Go Connect is proud to launch its new website.  Our new website has been designed to make it easy for all our users to keep up to date with all our services, our latest community transport schedules, our latest news, and contact us.

    We would certainly appreciate any feedback that you have for us – is there a feature you would like to see?  An additional piece of information that you would like included? 

    Contact us via our contact form below – or call the office to speak to our media relations manager.

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    Feb 06, 2018

    Ben brings a depth and breadth of experience in the not for profit sector to Easy Go Connect. Ben is a Board Member for the Western Sydney Community Forum (the peak body for community services in Western Sydney) and he has also been the Western Sydney Representative to the Local Community Services Association.  Ben is an extremely active voice in the community sector.

    Ben was CEO at Hills Community Aid for almost five years, and in that time increased both the scope and size of programs delivered, and has introduced a Social Enterprise portfolio of programs, the most recent of which is Hills Daily Grind

    Previously Ben has spent a decade working in the corporate sector, mostly in database marketing. His marketing positions saw him communicating business to business, business to consumer and combinations of both. After a short time project managing direct sales of charity products, he entered the not for profit sector in 2007 and has held senior management positions in health, disability and community services organisations.”

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    Aug 29, 2017

    In 2015 a customer value research project was undertaken to provide the organisation with data and information that would assist in identifying what was needed for the future in order for services to thrive and grow. The research found that our name, Blacktown Community Transport, meant very little to most people and needed to be explained. Even though we had been operating in the area for over 30 years.

    People within the community did not understand what community transport was and who it was for. The organisation’s name also incorporated the suburb name of Blacktown and many people thought that the service was just for the people in Blacktown the suburb, whereas the service covered all 48 suburbs in the Council area of Blacktown.

    With this information the Board agreed to the researcher’s recommendation that we change our name to reflect the inclusiveness of the community. On 16 March 2016, at a special general meeting, the members of Blacktown Community Transport agreed to change the organisation’s name to Easy-Go Connect with the tag line of travel in safe hands. This new name was chosen because it signifies the ease of accessing community transport services and the security of travelling with us.

    On the 4 May 2016, Blacktown Community Transport officially became known as Easy-Go Connect.

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