As we move through the start of the new financial year, my team and I have hit the ground running at COTA Victoria (COTA Vic) and Seniors Rights Victoria (SRV). In the blink of an eye, we’re in September already!
"Commencing a new financial year has never been a more exciting time for COTA Victoria and Seniors Rights Victoria," CEO Chris Potaris writes in his August 2023 update. "There are so many amazing things in store for our valued members, clients, and the broader community..."
As we enter July and a new financial year, there are so many positive, exciting, and transformative things happening within Council on the Ageing (COTA) Victoria, Seniors Rights Victoria (SRV), and within the ageing well space in our state.
"At the time of writing, Seniors Rights Victoria (SRV) welcomes the 4-year, longer-term funding commitment DFFH," writes CEO Chris Potaris. "The renewal of, and continuation of this critical funding is core to SRV’s operation as a CLC that acts as the only state-wide, integrated legal service..."
"The ever-present feeling of uncertainty and apprehension relating to the looming 11th hour confirmation (or otherwise) of the renewal of critical, lapsed program, core funding is almost upon us," CEO Chris Potaris writes.
Through our programs, COTA Victoria stands alongside older Victorians to embrace their worth, to promote ageing well, to protect legal rights, and to address ageism. We engage with older Victorians and their lived experience to fuel our work as fierce advocates for policy change.
It’s November already and we’re almost at the end of what has been an incredibly eventful year - one full of exciting changes, challenges both local and global, and, for COTA Victoria, an operational and strategic review of the critical programs and services we provide for older Victorians. Throw in
We’ve commenced the first few months of this new financial year with purpose, rigour, vision and a sense of optimistic excitement. It’s been a profoundly busy and focused time for all COTA Victoria staff, stakeholders and volunteers, as well as the broader COTA Victoria community.
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