News & Initiatives
NEXT MEETING: TO BE CONFIRMED.
Notice of meeting has been emailed to all members. Non-members are welcome to attend.
Providing Shelter for the Homeless
We are thrilled to have been able to provide 20 backpack beds for the homeless in the city through our donation to Backpack Bed for Homeless. This national charity partners with over 600 homeless charities across Australia. The beds are distributed through these agencies and given to people who have no shelter whatsoever
City Central Liquor Accord Provides A Start in Life
With the costs of education and learning beyond the resources of many families, City Central Liquor Accord has reached out to A Start in Life, which provides support for less fortunate young people to access an education. In a positive move to improve the educational outcomes of disadvantaged children, members of the Accord unanimously voted to donate $2500 to the work of A Start in Life, an Australian Charity with over 90 years’ experience in providing support to young people living in financial and social distress.
Carolyn Kelly, City Central Accord committee met with Neil Robinson at A Start in Life to officially present the donation and discuss the organisation's work.
Meetings of City Central Liquor Accord are held at 10am on the first Tuesday of February, May, August and November at Star Bar, George Street, Sydney. Typically the duration is approximately 1 hour.
- Notice of meeting is emailed to members approximately 2 weeks prior to each meeting
- To have an item included on the meeting agenda, or to suggest topics for the meeting, contact the accord secretary
Meetings are held on first Tuesday of February, May, August, November each year, unless otherwise advised.
4 February 2020
TBC May 2020
4 August 2020
TBC November 2020
City Central Liquor Accord proudly supports the Thomas Kelly Foundation, Safe Space and Take Ambassadors.
In November 2018, the accord also made a significant donation to A Start In Life, a city-based organisation which works to improve the educational outcomes of disadvantaged children.
Connecting with All Patrons
Mindful of our international, non-English-speaking patrons, the accord implemented an initiative of translating the information in regard to refusal of entry and asked to leave, into several different languages. These materials are now available to all accords through NSW.