Together2 (formerly known as the Rozelle Community Centre) aims to connect people to build inclusive, vibrant and thriving communities. They are a team of dynamic individuals who are driven by the collective goal of connecting people to empower wellbeing. From disability to aged-care or community services, they create real, personalised solutions that are just as individual as you.
- Promote Together2’s community, disability and aged care services
- Grow their presence through marketing, design and social media
- Website Redesign & Management
- Graphic Design
- Social Media Campaigns
- Flyers, Posters & Brochures
- Launched a successful social media campaign that fostered active participation and community engagement in Sydney
- Implemented a marketing strategy that showcased Together2’s events, programs and initiatives.
We all know it’s vital to promoting your services on social media. With the majority of locals active on these platforms, social media becomes a dynamic avenue to promote programs and initiatives.
It amplifies reach, enabling you to connect directly with residents, disseminate information effectively, and encourage involvement.
By leveraging the power of social media, you create a virtual hub that nurtures a sense of belonging, heightens awareness, and ultimately strengthens the community fabric, making your centre a vibrant hub of local activity.
About the New Together2
They’ve been supporting the community in Rozelle for over 40 years as the Rozelle Neighbourhood Centre, and plan to be here for many more years to come as Together2.
We continue to work with Together2 to promote the amazing work they’re doing. These are just a few of the social campaigns, flyers, brochures and posters we’ve created to help them spread their message.
We’ve truly loved working with them to continually grow their presence through marketing, design and social media.
Have a look yourself!
Learn more about Together2 here. If you’re interested in volunteering or working with them, they’re always on the lookout for extra help!