‘Earn while you learn’: CHIA NSW’s Cadetship Program now open

In partnership with the NSW Government, the Community Housing Industry Association of New South Wales (CHIA NSW) is seeking applications from people looking to begin a career in the community housing sector. Through the Cadetship Program, 25 successful applicants will be placed in a community housing organisation for 12 months while earning an award wage…Read More→

COVID Safe service FAQs

Link Wentworth have put together these handy frequently asked questions (FAQs) to help you understand how we are doing our bit to keep our staff, residents, and the community safe during this time. We encourage you to read the below FAQs to find out how we will be delivering our services. News alert: Service update…Read More→

Community Housing Conference from a tenant’s perspective

Members of our staff group and Tenant Advisory Group (TAG) attended this year’s Community Housing Conference hosted by the Community Housing Industry Association (CHIA). As well as being a proud gold sponsor of this valuable industry event, our Chair Mike Allen PSM and CEO Andrew McAnulty also appeared in the program. Here, a member of…Read More→

Support through the pandemic

As a community housing provider, supporting our tenants, residents and clients is at the heart of what we do. We provide more than a home – we also provide wraparound support and services for the people we serve. The following captures some of the support we have provided during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are…Read More→

Helping our communities with the COVID-19 Partnership Grant

In October 2021, Link Wentworth received $180,000 from the NSW Department of Communities & Justice (DCJ) to provide support to vulnerable people in the communities of former ‘LGAs of concern’—primarily residents of Western Sydney—who had been impacted due to the COVID-19 lockdown. The grant allowed Link Wentworth to provide a range of support to eligible…Read More→

Advocating for positive change in the housing sector

Following the merger in early 2021, Link Wentworth has been steadfastly committed to ramping up our advocacy efforts. We want to ensure that all Australians have access to safe and secure housing and we know that part of achieving this goal is ensuring our government invests in building more social and affordable housing. As one…Read More→

Link Wentworth nabs a win at the 2021 PowerHousing Awards

We’re extremely proud to share that Link Wentworth’s Solution Architect Adam Cunningham won the 2021 PowerHousing Award for Excellence in Customer Service and Business Support. Congratulations Adam! Adam Cunningham has worked at Link Wentworth for three years. With a background in housing and property management, he brings his extensive operational knowledge to his current position…Read More→

Heat and Social Housing project

Written by Susan Lucock, Link Wentworth’s Resilience Committee When temperatures climb into the 30s and 40s, it can be hard to make your home cooler and more comfortable. Here are some cheap ways to keep cool this summer, based on advice from community housing residents involved in the Heat and Social Housing Project. The project…Read More→

Free support services and events

Each year, we provide a list of free services and events that may be of help to our residents during the Christmas period. We invite you to read this year’s list and we recommend that you contact the organiser to confirm their COVID-19 requirements (if any) and that their event is still going ahead. Free…Read More→

Link Wentworth’s Christmas opening hours

As of 6 December 2021, our six offices are open and we will continue to deliver our services during business hours over the Christmas and New Year period. Our Penrith and West Ryde offices will remain open during business hours for anyone who needs in-person assistance. We would appreciate it if you could book an…Read More→