Wyong Neighbourhood Centre Inc. is our official legal name but we are also know as Phoenix Youth Support Service and Watanobbi Community Centre.
We are an independent Incorporated Association, a registered Charity and a Deductible Gift Recipient. All donations over $2, to this organisation are tax deductible.
Membership is open to anyone who has an interest in our activities and services or supporting what we do at Wyong Neighbourhood Centre. The cost of membership is $6.00 per year. The membership year is July 1 to June 30, however you may join at anytime. We hold an Annual General Meeting in September or October each year and all members are welcome to attend.
Members can be nominated and voted as Board Members at the AGM. Regular meetings are held throughout the year. Board Members will be required to attend a monthly meeting (generally around 10 per calendar year).
BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
All positions on the Board of Management are voluntary. All positions are declared vacant at the Annual General Meeting each year and members are nominated to fill the positions. Positions are filled with suitably skilled and experienced community members with an interest in our programs and activities.
There are 4 office bearers (President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary) and up to 6 ordinary members each year.
If you are interested in joining our Board, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 4353 1750.
Ms Kylie Hopkins is the Executive Officer (EO) and Service Manager of the organisation and is responsible for all operational matters and compliance with association policies and procedures.
The latest Annual Report can be accessed by clicking on this LINK.
CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS
Annette Evans -
WNC Member since 2018. Central Coast resident. Skills in government and non-government organisations as Community Manager and on community-based management committees. Worked at Wyong Shire Council.
Lea Edwards -
WNC Member since 2017. Central Coast resident Skills in HR, staffing and payroll management from an employer perspective. CEO of community based NDIS registered service based in Wyong Shire.
Jayne Dwyer -
WNC Member since 2018. Central Coast resident. Skills in administration, training, adult education and disability service provision.
WNC Member since 2014. Wyong Shire resident. Skills in adult education and community committee participation.
WNC Member since 2014. Wyong Shire resident. Skills in administration and volunteering, and knowledge of organisational history.
WNC Member since August 2020. Central Coast resident. Skills in risk management, insurance, policy development and auditing.
WNC Member since August 2020. Wyong shire resident. Skills in training, certification, risk assessment, and life coaching.
WNC Member since August 2020. Central Coast resident. Skills in adult education, community and mental health services.
Samantha (Sam) Frost
WNC Member since October 2020. Wyong Shire resident.
Skills in legal and regulatory frameworks. Knowledge of the Corporations Act, compliance, delegation & IT systems.
Position Vacant - Treasurer
Desiree de Vree resigned July 2020.