Dominic Sullivan the Year that was …
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2014 the Lights of Christmas presented by PAYCE
It is widely acknowledged that PAYCE have a strong presence in the Sutherland Shire and have been actively involved with the local community for a number of years, sponsoring local community initiatives that service and support the residents at a grass roots level.
Community initiatives such as the Quaker Hill Public School learning environment, Live Life and Get Active - health and fitness program, the Sutherland2Surf Fun Run & Walk, the Cronulla Shark Island Swim as well as Sutherland PCYC National Youth Week and the Endless Summer Festival. Dominic Sullivan as PAYCE's General Manager, has been instrumental in much of these works and is a key personality representing PAYCE at many of these celebrations and award ceremonies.
Dominic Sullivan knows first hand the value that the Brown Nurses Ministry provide to the community.
The Brown Nurses charter is based on social justice principles which uphold the dignity of the individual and the right of every person to the fullness of life.
The Brown Nurses Ministry provide in-home support to socially and economically disadvantaged individuals and families with complex care needs.
The Brown Nurses Ministry is committed to offering holistic care to the sick and poor, bringing hope and dignity to people who have no hope.
2014 Lights of Christmas Presented By PAYCE To Benefit Iconic Local Charities
This year's spectacular 'Lights of Christmas presented by PAYCE' event at St Mary's Cathedral will benefit two of Sydney's iconic community charities – the Matthew Talbot Hostel in Woolloomooloo and the Brown Nurses Ministry, based in Glebe.
At last night's special charity event attended by a gathering of charity and community representatives, the two charities selected to benefit from this year's event were announced by PAYCE's General Manager, Dominic Sullivan.
All proceeds from the sale of specially chosen Christmas cards displaying stunning images from the light show will go directly to the nominated charities.
"PAYCE will also match the proceeds from the Christmas card sales for the Brown Nurses, taking PAYCE's charitable contribution to the two charities to over $20,000," he said.
"The Brown Nurses have been providing in-home support to socially and economically disadvantaged individuals and families with complex care needs for the past 101 years.
Dominic Sullivan believes that, "it's important at this time of year that we give back to charities that directly help the underprivileged, sick and poor in our City".
Kirrawee Oak Road North Shines on Christmas once again.
PAYCE General Manager - Dominic Sullivan and Managing Director, Brian Boyd said PAYCE stepped in when it learnt that the lights had not been in place for several years.
"We had a number of discussions with the shopkeepers and local council and many were keen to see them back again," he said.
PAYCE General Manager, Dominic Sullivan said the good news was that we were able to gain the cooperation and approval of all parties and the strip is now aglow with light effects in all of the trees.
"The lights add to the wonderful displays by local residents in home fronts throughout the Shire and help convey the spirit of Christmas.
"Many people like to drive around to see the Christmas lighting displays over the next couple of weeks so they should put Oak Road North on their route," Mr Sullivan said.
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