Canberra as our nation’s capital is increasingly reflecting the multicultural-ness Australia is known for. With this increasingly diversified population comes associated challenges and opportunities. We can all agree 2020 has been a hard year to get by with Covid-19 and the associated impacts on our personal and professional lives. This challenge has presented the opportunity for many community organisations to reach out and collaborate with each other to support the Canberra community at large. Two such organisations are Sitara’s Story (SS) and Mental Illness Education ACT (MIEACT), who have partnered to deliver for the first time ever, providing the opportunity for people to join a pool of skilled volunteers to provide Mental Health Support to CALD community members. You can sign up to become a trained volunteer educator for multicultural communities! These two wonderful local community organisations are working together to build a pool of skilled volunteers to provide Mental Health Support to CALD community members. Applications are now open to become a trained volunteer educator. If you are interested in applying, please send your expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15th January 2021. This program is supported by Canberra Multicultural Women Forum (CMWF).