EACH unveils a fresh new look at its Boronia, Victoria site

EACH Boronia has been revitalised following a government-funded rejuvenation project to transform it into a standout community health hub.   

The Boronia Suburban Revitalisation Board partnered with EACH to give our Boronia  site a new look.  The Board provided $100,000 towards the revitalisation project, while EACH contributed $45,000. 

The Board provides a local voice to the Victorian Government’s Suburban Revitalisation program, working with local communities to identify opportunities for locally-led projects to make Boronia thrive.  

Since 2016, our Boronia team has been providing crucial mental health support, financial counselling, and wellbeing services to the local community. 

EACH CEO Natalie Sullivan said that the upgrades aren’t just about the look of the site; it’s about transforming it into a more welcoming, safe, community hub for all. 

“I am immensely proud of the transformation that EACH Boronia has undergone thanks to the funding and collaboration with the Boronia Suburban Revitalisation Board, “says Natalie.  

“Together, we are fostering a stronger, healthier, and more connected community, reflecting our commitment to provide a space where everyone feels valued and supported.” 

The transformative project completed in late 2023 brought significant upgrades to EACH Boronia. The upgrades include refreshing the office areas with fresh paint and installing a spacious window, allowing natural light to fill the workspace to enhance the ambiance for staff. 



Additionally, a new community vegetable garden with three veggie boxes was installed along Boronia Road, alongside a 24/7 food pantry to give access to food for people facing hardship.

Boronia Road has also become more colourful with EACH’s Reconciliation artwork by Jack and Uncle Rocco Langton, prominently displayed on the upper exterior facade of the building. 

Blessed by local Elders Aunty Julieanne Axford and Aunty Gail Smith from the Wurundjeri Council, the artwork serves as a beacon, inspiring all of us to embrace strength and bravery on our journey toward reconciliation.  

“As EACH celebrates its 50th year in community health, the revitalisation project and the changes made stand as our ongoing commitment to serve the Boronia community and the evolving needs of the community for another 50 years and beyond,” Natalie said. 

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