We work and partner with other service providers, government and community organisations and locals businesses to link our clients and tenants with the support they need to assist them to overcome challenges they may be facing in their lives.
Our partners include real estate agents, financial advisors, youth services, employment services, mental health providers and a range of community service providers.
Partner With Us
Link Wentworth is committed to providing secure, appropriate and affordable housing across NSW. We have a strong focus on strengthening our existing partnerships and building new partnerships.
We currently partner with more than 50 organisations, including:
- Not-for-profits organisations
- Government agencies and support providers
- Local councils
- Employment and training services
- Real estate agents
- Corporate entities
- Providers of youth services, domestic and family violence support, disability services, aged care services, legal services and general community support services.
We believe working locally makes us more effective at meeting clients’ needs and supporting their independence. We are committed to delivering outcomes in education and employment for our tenants. We also facilitate community-based projects and initiatives to bring people together to learn skills and be creative.
By forming partnerships with local and regional non-government and government agencies and businesses and collectively targeting needs, we can change lives.
If you are interested in partnering with us for a community project or initiative, or you provide support services for people in need, please contact us.
Strategic Alliance with Western Sydney University
In April 2019, Western Sydney University Chancellor, Professor Peter Shergold and Wentworth’s Chair, Ken Gilbert signed a Strategic Alliance agreement. Our shared concern for and engagement with the wellbeing of the region creates a natural synergy between the two organisations.
With a commitment to collaborate on research and advocacy for the region around housing, homelessness and related social issues impacting on vulnerable and disadvantaged people in communities, the alliance sets a framework for collaboration.
Current strategic priorities include:
- Domestic violence, housing precarity and related issues
- Innovative low-cost low rent housing models such as tiny homes, garden flats, and others
- Community responses to house people who are sleeping rough in encampments
- Solutions to energy poverty.
Link Wentworth is proud to be a major event partner of the ZEST Awards, the premier event for the community sector of Western Sydney. We believe in building strong communities and partnerships. The ZEST Awards, led by Western Sydney Community Forum, showcases the great work of the community sector across the region, promoting a positive image of Western Sydney by highlighting our assets, our diversity and our creative and innovative work. For more information visit here.