Human services organisation CHESS Connect hosted a community stakeholder day to celebrate some recent success stories.
The event was held at Sea Acres on Thursday, November 29.
Guests included the mayor Peta Pinson.
The luncheon was a celebration of the important role local support services play in creating positive change and was hosted by CHESS Connect.
The event was well attended by local community, government and business representatives.
Attendees were treated to a mini film festival showcasing the success stories of people who have overcome disadvantage and embraced opportunity through the support of community conscious organisations.
CHESS Connect CEO Paul Kelly was pleased at the interest in the event.
“We very much wanted to connect with people invested in the future success of the Port Macquarie region and highlight the great work socially minded organisations like CHESS Connect are doing to support local people and business," he said.
"Visual storytelling is a very effective and fun way to engage others in what we do, showing the real life-changing benefits of our services.”
CHESS Connect is a for-purpose human service organisation that helps local people achieve a strong life through a range of employment, disability and mentorship services.
The organisation support local people.
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