MASSG Theatre Night Alert!  Start the new year with a (much needed) escapist excursion!

Our next Theatre Night will be on Wednesday 27th February, with the Heidelberg Theatre Company production of


written by Neil Simon

Lost in Yonkers

Set in Brooklyn, 1942, this Pulitzer Prize-winning play is a heart-warming testament to Simon’s brilliant talent. Tickets are $25 each. All proceeds will be used by MASSG to support people who have come to Australia seeking safety for themselves and their families.

Click here to book

(If bookings are full, click to Contact Event Organiser.)

Click here to download the theatre night flyer.

Please pass around to your friends and networks this chance to see the award- winning play and help support people seeking asylum.  There will be a delicious MASSG-provided supper, of course, by donation.


And in March – Dignity in a Teacup

Christine Cummins, a mental health nurse, spent five years working as a torture and trauma counsellor with asylum seekers detained on Christmas Island. Come to hear her and find out about the new book in which she shares the stories of those she helped.

This event is supported by the Medical Association For Prevention of War and MASSG
When: Sunday March 17th, 2.30pm-4.00pm
Venue: Mummery Room, Edendale Farm 30 Gastons Rd, Eltham 3095
Entry: $40.00, includes a copy of the book or a $30.00 gift voucher, and afternoon tea (by MASSG).

Prepaid bookings are essential:
Please call ELTHAMbookshop on 9439 8700
or visit us at 970 Main Road, Eltham, 3095

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Click here to download the  Dignity in a Teacup flyer .  – and send it to your friends


Looking back

…that lunch!

Our annual fundraising lunch Friday 7th September was booked out weeks in advance, and raised over $4,000 for RACS (Refugee Advice and Casework Service), and for the ASRC.  Our thanks to our generous sponsors who donated raffle prizes. . Click here to see the list of those donors. –   please support their businesses and thank them for supporting us.

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Our speaker, Gillian Triggs, with the flowers presented to her, provided by The Wilde Bunch, fine florists of Hurstbridge.


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