E.S.A. is a non-profit service organisation that makes a difference in the lives of others.
We work together in support of important causes, develop meaningful and lasting relationships, and encourage personal development.
Seek ways to build your confidence and self-awareness?
Want to be a part of a dynamic group?
Enjoy good food and great company?
Love to travel?
Want to laugh so much your face hurts?
Want to do all this while building and supporting projects in your local community?
Come join us and begin your ESA journey today!
Make a difference in your life and the lives of others.
Increase your confidence and skills; share your ideas and talents to make positive changes and best of all enjoy wonderful friendships.
ESA membership is open to men and women 18 years and older.
When you join, you will receive new member introductory materials and membership pins.
WHAT ESA DOES
ESA is an incorporated non-profit organisation within the State of Queensland and is part of ESA International. Worldwide, ESA is a group of proactive people who support local communities and state projects. ESA embraces an atmosphere of mutual support and friendship by opening up a new circle of friends where families are encouraged to be involved.
Members attend business and educational gatherings to learn from each other as well as from invited speakers. The aims of ESA are furthered through fundraising activities, holding meetings, and supporting and attending events in local communities and within the state.
Education programs may consist of – self-defence, photography, CPR instruction or craft projects.
Service is provided to the community by fundraising activities such as – selling art union tickets, trivia nights, cent sales, fashion parades and gift wrapping at Christmas time.
Association attend events with fellow members while having fun and making lasting friendships – museums, riding for the disabled facility and places of interest in the local community.
Have fun & make friends while helping your community.
Produced by students from the Collaborative Digital Media Project unit of the Bachelor of Digital Media at CQUniversity Australia, 2020.
NMK Magnum Opus members: Katrina Bowman, Matilda Brooks, Natasha Hoger
Supervisor: Dr Ashley M Holmes