Nik Tsardakis, recipient of the John Nicol Community Service Award

Congratulations to Nik Tsardakis for being presented with the 2019 John Nicol Community Service Award at the Committee for Wyndham’s Annual Gala Dinner on Wednesday 4 December. Brett Nicol, son of John Nicol presented Nik with the award. The Gala Dinner also included guest speaker, Sally Capp, Lord Mayor of Melbourne and attended by approximately 120 guests.

Nik Tsardakis is a most deserving award recipient of this community service award that was established four years ago by the Committee for Wyndham.

Nik is one of the founding members of the Werribee Hospital Foundation where he has served on the board continuously since 1993 and served as Chair for 10 of those years.

Nik Tsardakis is a member of the Rotary Club of Hoppers Crossing, spanning forty years of service. He was named a Paul Harris Fellow for his outstanding contributions to the Club in 2004.

Nik is a founding member of the Rate Payers of Werribee South Association and been involved in the Green Wedge Steering Committee to support this important agricultural precinct of Wyndham.

Nik was both a member and Executive Director with the Committee for Wyndham between 2008 – 2012. He has also sat on many Wyndham Council committees and consultative forums advocating for improvements to the area.

Since 2000 Nik has served on the board of Manor Court Werribee Aged Care Ltd. and been Chairperson for 3 of those years.

Nik work’s and passion for the Wyndham community are extensive and impressive. Through his myriad roles, he has made a difference to so many people. His contributions and selfless attitude continue to inspire those around him.

Congratulations Nik!

Trivia Night raises $5,000 for mental health

Thank you to all involved in the Trivia Night on Friday 15 November. Together we successfully raised $5,000 toward mental health at Werribee Mercy Hospital.

120 people attended the event, including many business supporters. A big thank you to the following supporters: Capture RecruitmentMt Derrimut Golf & Community ClubHUDSONS LOTTOLa Porchetta WerribeeHodges WerribeeGrill’d Werribee PlazaKerry Castree WellnessPlaza TavernBNI Business Network West – WerribeeBNI Growth Partners WyndhamBNI Western NinjasWerribee Football ClubSunny Thai MassageMel’s FoodstoreCommercial HotelLavanya Day SpaThe Brook Point CookSanctuary Lakes Golf ClubWestend PhotographyCentral EquityWyncity Bowl & EntertainmentNotorious EspressoInspired PortraitsStorm MaintenanceWerribee Lions ClubMinimal Waste MumWerribee River Association Werribee RiverkeeperPadges Garage CreationsHP Automation Pty LtdThe Barwon ScoopBunnings Warehouse AustraliaJason Lien The Auctioneer. You are all awesome!

Annual Report 2018-19

Thank you to all those who came and supported our Community Engagement Celebration Night. It was a wonderful crowd and terrific speakers, including Lynn O’Neill from the Emergency Department. The staff and board truely look forward to working closely with the community over the next 12 months to continue raising vital funds for the Werribee Mercy Hospital. Please have a read over our report

2019 Mercy Cup

Werribee District Football Club is holding the 2nd annual Mercy Cup on Aug 10, 2019.  This year they will play host to Point Cook FC in a battle for Mercy Cup bragging rights and the much sought after four points.

Both clubs are getting behind this local cause to raise funds for the new Paediatric ward opening in August at Werribee Mercy Hospital. The new ward that will mean our children, along with their parents, can access vital care locally in times of medical crisis.

Player ambassadors Judah Dundon & Ryan Butler will rally support for their respective clubs in an all out effort to raise $10,000 for the new Paediatric ward.

Get behind the boys and their clubs by making a donation online today.

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Support Ryan Butler and the Point Cook Bulldogs!

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Your support will make a difference!

The Werribee Hospital Foundation is actively working with the Wyndham community to help raise funds for the new Paediatric ward due to open in August 2019.

Already the Foundation has donated $40,000 toward the setup of the close observation room.  This room is for the acutely unwell children who require close observation and interventions such as continuous monitoring, oxygen therapy and high flow nasal prong oxygen.

We can do more!

With further donations we can help fund medical equipment, toys and comfort items for the kids during their stay.

We’re committed to help decorate the ward and to make it a place suitable for children, dampening the ‘clinical impact’ that often frightens children during hospital stays. This is all part of helping kids to get well sooner.