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National Ethnic Disability Alliance – 2017 NEDA Medal

The National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA) as a part of its continued celebration of the 2017 International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) is proud to announce the recipients of this year’s NEDA Medal. Since 2015 NEDA has presented the “NEDA Medal” to...

Annual General Meeting 2017

TASC held our Annual General Meeting on 26 September 2017.  Click here to read the speech given by our CEO, Philippa Whitman.  The Annual Report for the 2016-2017 financial year is also...

Do You Need Some Assistance?

TASC was founded in 1982 as a small legal service for disadvantaged people. Today TASC is the largest regional Community Legal Service in Queensland. TASC provides legal, advocacy, tenancy and social services across south-west Queensland. These services are free and...

Pyjama Foundation Battle of the Brains

On Friday 24 March 2017 TASC participated in the ‘Battle of the Brains’ Trivia Night hosted by The Pyjama Foundation at the Highfields Tavern. The TASC table, ‘Let’s Get Trivial,’ placed second, just one point behind the winning team and were awarded beauty products...

TASC Delivers Christmas Hampers to Base Service

On Friday 16th December TASC delivered Christmas hampers to Base Service to bring some Christmas cheer to individuals and families within the Toowoomba community who are in need, homeless or at risk of homelessness. TASC would like to offer particular thanks to...

Channel Country Ladies Day

Lawyers and Advocates travelled from TASC Toowoomba to join in at the Channel Country Ladies Day in Betoota over the weekend of October 29-30. It was a long way to travel, but the purpose was to pass along the message to women in these regional and remote areas that...

Hike for Homeless

On 26th October 2016 TASC staff held a morning tea with some delicious baked treats to raise funds for the TASC Hike for Homeless Team. The TASC team undertook the 5 and 10km Hike at Jubilee Park on 29 October 2016. The Hike was aimed at raising awareness of...

USQ Black Tie Masquerade Law Ball

On Friday 4 November our Miranda Woodland, Nikola Prince and Brenton Day represented TASC at the 2016 University of Southern Queensland (USQ) Black Tie Masquerade Law Ball. The trio were joined at Picnic Point by USQ students, alumni and staff as well as local...

Call Me Dad

The issue of Domestic Violence is a major challenge and issue for our community. On 7 September 2016, to find out more about how perpetrators of domestic violence have sought help, TASC Solicitors, Brenton Day and Miranda Woodland attended a screening of “Call me Dad”...

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