Thank you

Thank you!

The following individuals, companies and organisations have helped Neighbourhood Watch Ku-ring-gai & Hornsby in various ways, including advice, printing, venues and the purchase of items. We are very grateful for their continued support.

Thanks to Bunnings, Pymble for making available stencils for our latest project, to loan to residents to paint their house numbers onto the kerb.

Thanks to Neighbourhood Watch Australasia (NHWA) Community Funding for the purchase of professional rope banners, NHW volunteer T-shirts, goodie bags & a supply of car registration plate locking screws. All of these items are utilised by Neighbourhood Watch Ku-ring-gai & Hornsby to be more professional, or to encourage the public to come and visit our crime prevention table at community events.

Thanks to Tim Brown of Personal Strength (formally FunFit) for the support of a rope banner stating, ‘If I don’t see you my neighbour will!’. Thanks to Gordon East Public School for displaying this banner on their fence.

Two further banners ‘Neighbourhood Watch in partnership with Kuring Gai LAC” (Local Area Command, now Police Area Command (PAC)) were funded by NHWA and are available to borrow for display.

Thanks to Jupiter&June Australia who designed, created and painted a carnival-style ‘Catch-a-Crim‘ photo booth to entertain the children at our NHW Roadshow. We also have a crime prevention colouring-in for children, artistically created by Jupiter&June Australia. These items entertain the children at our NHW stall at community events, whilst our volunteers are answering their parents’ queries.

Thanks to The Uniform Exchange who donated children’s shirts, used as the basis of our kids’ police dress-ups, which are often taken to community events.

Please select the BORROW page to learn more about the above-mentioned FREE goodies available to residents. and the items available to borrow, print, etc.

Thanks to Ku-ring-gai Council for their continued support of Neighbourhood Watch Ku-ring-gai & Hornsby.

Thanks to our local Ku-ring-gai Police Area Command (PAC) based at Hornsby police station for their continued support in oh so many ways!

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