Welcoming to non-heterosexuals
An aged care facility in Umina has become a member of a network of businesses working to create and promote visible and welcoming environments for non-heterosexuals.
Peninsula Villages chief executive Mr Shane Neaves announced the organisation had joined the Aids Council of NSW's Welcome Here project on November 24.
"The Welcome Here project focuses on supporting local business owners and organisations to create and promote environments that are visibly welcoming and inclusive of LGBTIQ people.
"By becoming a registered Welcoming Place, we are working to help create positive social change throughout Australia," Mr Neaves said.
Social media, 24 Nov 2019
Shane Neaves, Peninsula Villages
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