Kenja in the Community is a facet of Kenja Communication training with a positive focus on community-based events. Volunteers use the benefits and skills developed through their Kenja communication training to work alongside ethical Australian community groups and event organisers in making a positive contribution to a range of community efforts.

Kenja in the Community (KIC) today has a credible and established history supporting Australian community-based ventures. This includes active involvement in Australian competitive sporting events and has seen Kenja regularly field teams in the annual Sydney Herald-Sun City to Surf, the Murray Marathon and many triathlons along the eastern seaboard.

KIC has a long and proud history with the RSPCA Million Paws Walk, providing both entertainment and organisational support for annual fundraising and awareness events. Each year KIC provides teams of people (including team leaders) for Clean Up Australia Day across a number of locations in New South Wales and Victoria. Also, over several years the annual Moomba Parade – a central focus of the Moomba festival in Melbourne - was supported by the organisational efforts of KIC volunteers.

KIC also fielded a team of Kenja-trained Olympians and support crew who worked with OATH (Olympic Athletes Together Honourably) organisers to run a sporting and cultural day for Indigenous children in La Perouse, NSW on the eve of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

In 2006, KIC organisers were compelled to responding to the humanitarian crisis in Darfur. Inspired by Oxfam Australia’s approach to human needs and values and with the keen support of Federation Square management, helped organise and fundraise over $4,500 for Oxfam Australia’s relief effort in Darfur, Sudan with the Concert for Darfur: The Human Spirit United charity event.

Kenja in the Community has proudly run the Clean Up Australia Day site at Bradfield Park in Milsons Point, Sydney over the past 15 years.

Warrnambool is known as a key habitat for Koalas in the state of Victoria. So when the summer bushfires of ‘06-’07 swept through the area, it was these defenseless Australian natives who were among the hardest hit.

Once again, Kenja in the Community enthusiastically contributed to the Sustainable Living Festival held at Federation Square in Melbourne from February 16 to 18, 2007.

What began a few years ago as a local retailer hoping to stir community spirit has become an annual event which in 2006, set itself the admirable task of raising funds for the Royal Women’s Hospital.

Following the success of her debut CD S’Myee in late 2005, Myee Hamilton completed a live tour of the Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney Kenja Centres.

Live music filling the streets, spilling from houses and shops. Fathers, mothers, daughters, sons and grandparents -whole communities playing instruments as a celebration of the joy of music. This is the world of Fête de la Musique (Festival of music).

It began as a Clean Up Sydney Harbour Day back in 1989. Seventeen years on, Clean Up the World Day annually involves some 35 million people from 120 countries.

Kenja Communication was one of many groups invited to take part in the 2006 Sustainable Living Festival, held over three huge days at Federation Square.

In December 2005, Myee Hamilton realised a dream she'd had for much of her 83 years: She released her very own CD.

Sunday the 24th of July 2005 was the day. The event: Concert for Darfur - The Human Spirit United. It was a fundraising concert for Oxfam Australia’s Darfur, Sudan relief project, proudly organised by Kenja Melbourne in association with Federation Square and Oxfam.

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