MPREC’s Social Enterprise, BlueRidge Cafe in Dubbo, has welcomed two new team members.
MPREC’s Two Eight Three Five clothing store launches online. Retail Supervisor, Kasey Egan, shares her dreams for the store future.
MPREC was featured in the Dubbo’s Mailbox Shopper and Daily Liberal this month, with a piece about our social enterprise BlueRidge Cafe.
Bridget is moving to a new adventure after 15 months of training and work at MPREC’s social enterprise, BlueRidge Cafe in Dubbo.
A new website under development will soon be opening more doors for economic participation to regional and remote NSW communities.