Connecting the Hunter Stories

Anne Teale

Teale Cafe (East Maitland)

Teale Cafe in East Maitland has joined the growing trend of community minded businesses signing up to the Connecting the Hunter program. The cafe now provides meals and drinks via a referral voucher system...

Jenny Benning

Seraphine Cafe (Maitland Art Gallery)

Providing dignified help to people who are experiencing homelessness as a result of domestic violence has become easier than ever. 

Seraphine Cafe at Maitland Art Gallery has recently joined the...

Tanya Pudney

Brunker Baa-bers

How much better do you feel when you've had a haircut? It might be a simple act, but getting a haircut can help lift you up when you are going through tough times.

Tanya Pudney from...

Stanley Phung

Local Crop

'Stanley Phung from Local Crop has offered to donate locally grown fresh produce to the Connecting the Hunter program, an initiative from Hunter Homeless...

Leya Aboltins

Onyx Espresso Bar

Leya Aboltins, cafe owner at Onyx Espresso Bar in Mayfield was involved with Hunter Homeless Connect Inc. via TAFE NSW back in 2007.

As a new...

Chris Johnston

Suspension Espresso Cafe

The busy and vibrant Islington cafe ‘Suspension Espresso’ has just joined the Connecting the Hunter program, an initiative by...

Leisa Graham

Merewether Hair Studio

Leisa Graham from Merewether Hair Studio has offered to donate hair cuts for local people in need who are accessing the new...

Julie Walter

Cafe Tempest, Wallsend

Julie Walter from Cafe Tempest in Wallsend has been helping people going through tough times in her local community for the past three years....