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Partnerships with other organisations makes us stronger and able to offer a wider variety of community support.
We encourage appropriate organisations to contact us.

Children's Centre Goolwa

Goolwa Children’s Centre For Early Childhood Development and Parenting runs programs, events, parenting groups, personal development, family services, preschool, play group and child care

Alex FM Radio Goolwa

Our partnership with Alex FM: Radio Goolwa includes shared program delivery, volunteer involvement and promotion Alex FM Radio Goolwa

Alexandrina Council

Alexandrina Council is a local government area in the Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island region of South Australia. Our partnership includes a Memorandum of Agreement that involves in-kind contributions, funding support and advocacy.

APM Advanced Personnel Management

APM Advanced Personnel Management is a leading Australian-owned international human services organisation delivering employment, injury management/vocational rehabilitation, assessment, allied health intervention and community care (aged care and disability care) services. Our partnership with them includes streamlined client support and support for organisation strategic development.

Bendigo Bank

Bendigo Bank, Goolwa and District is a partner and also a sponsor, as it donates to us each time a new customer mentions us when opening an account.

Together Alexandrina

Together Alexandrina is a newly formed collaboration of Community Centres within the Alexandrina Region, working together to affect statistics that relate to youth in the region. The group consists of the community centres in the Alexandrina Region : Milang, Strathalbyn, Goolwa and Langhorne Creek. Inspired by Together SA


At Skylight, we firmly believe that mental health should not define someone. We value lived experience and peer-led programs, using them to enhance well-being and strengthen resilience. We challenge the broader community to see mental health differently. Our goals are to reduce discrimination, and remove stigma around mental illness. We provide support and information, build community awareness and advocate for improved mental health policies and services. Our role within the NDIS is essential - to bring choice and control to the people who need it most.