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10 Macquarie, St
Mental Health Coordinating Council celebrates our 40th anniversary in 2023. We will mark what has come before, where we are now and, most importantly, where we are heading in the future.
MHCC invites you to join us at our milestone event, celebrating 40 years of providing leadership, advocacy and support to the mental health sector in New South Wales.
10 Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000
Thursday 7 September
The event will include canapés and drinks along with entertainment, memories from the past and sharing of what we are doing now.
We are excited to have you join us for a fabulous evening of celebration, marking the remarkable journey of MHCC and the community-managed mental health sector over the past four decades and celebrating where we are heading in the future.
For any event-related queries, please contact our Communications & Engagement Officer Kate Smytheman at Kate.S@mhcc.org.au