Why choose Communify?
Based in Brisbane’s inner west, Communify Qld is an established community organisation.
We act as a unifying hub, providing services and activities that enhance the quality of life for families and individuals.
We work with local people to promote a socially just and diverse community, and to build community capacity.
Our major focus is the welfare and well-being of those who are disadvantaged and vulnerable, either socially, physically, intellectually, or emotionally. Read more about who we are here..
Birthdays are always special but in 2018 we’ll be turning 40! This extra special birthday deserves an extra special celebration so we are calling for interest from our creative community to help us commemorate this milestone. Download expression of interest information hereRead More
The time has come for marriage equality. Communify QLD actively supports the ‘yes’ campaign and stands in solidarity with our LGBTIQ+ staff, volunteers, clients, families, friends and community members. Communify’s support for marriage equality sits naturally with our stated value of inclusiveness and our commitment to achieving Rainbow Tick accreditation. We embrace diversity wholeheartedly … Read MoreRead More
This October 15 the New Farm Neighbourhood Centre is hosting our fourth annual Bouncing Back Handball Festival at the Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm. This Aussie school yard handball competition was created to give the people in our neighbourhood the opportunity to come together on a beautiful spring day and to enjoy a community event all … Read MoreRead More
It’s tax time – everyone’s favourite time of year. But never fear, Communify is here to help. If your taxable income is less than $60,000 and your tax affairs are fairly straight forward, you could be eligible for some help with completing your tax return. Appointments are available on Wednesdays from August 2nd until the … Read MoreRead More
We are looking for someone to volunteer their time one evening a month for a new Communify activity, Supper Club at The Paddington Centre. If you have what it takes to spend an evening topping up glasses, chatting to our gorgeous guests, and perhaps taking a turn on the dancefloor then we want to hear from … Read MoreRead More
Let’s Get Talking Kelvin Grove is a program matches volunteers who are native English speakers with non-English speakers for English conversation, speaking practice, pronunciation correction, cultural exchange and vocabulary development. We try to match people from similar professional backgrounds and for cultural reasons we usually match men with men and women with women. Currently we’re … Read MoreRead More
Join our In Home Support Team We’re looking for extraordinary people to work with us! We provide a range of help to people who are; frail aged, living with a disability or needing support to maintain their caring role. Each home visit is different and the help we provide includes; domestic cleaning, grocery shopping, meal … Read MoreRead More
The New Farm Neighbourhood Centre is looking for a volunteer to periodically refresh the information posters and timetables on its noticeboards. One noticeboard is in front of the Centre on Brunswick Street, the other is located just a short stroll across New Farm Park. This important resource informs the community about the services and supports … Read MoreRead More
Reaching Out to Those in Need
Delivering support is our main objective
We offer a huge range of support services for you and your family, in areas such as health and wellbeing, financial assistance, and being there for marginalised members of our community.
We're here to help you. Get in touch!
For enquiries, help or more information about any of our services phone our office on 3510 2700, email or use our contact form here
Our door is always open. Make a start
If you are looking for support, or you’d like to refer someone for support
Take the first step, it’s easier than you expect to get the ball rolling.
I just wanted to say a huge thank-you – The Pantry is a wonderful service which makes such a difference to so many people.
The smiles, the friendliness, the family environment: thank-you to all the staff and volunteers, you are all so lovely.
Thank you for creating awareness of domestic and family violence, and connecting people to services and support.
Our Programs, Activities, Groups and Classes
Programs and activities giving people support and opportunities to connect, learn and participate in a socially-just and inclusive community.
We provide access to events and activities for over-65s, for kids and families, for people in need of help with written and spoken English, those interested in a finding creative outlet or fitness pursuit, or simply those wanting to connect on a social level.
This is a very small sample of a few of the types of activities available.
You can find all our events and activities in one easy place. To find something to suit your needs, browse dozens of events near you:
Venues for Hire
We manage several venues in and around Brisbane.
Here is a small selection
Fresh, light-filled space in the Brisbane CBD for your next executive meeting or corporate function. The OTM offices feature three spaces, available for meetings, launches, training sessions and more.
Woolloongabba’s beautifully renovated local heritage substation (1928) has concrete floors and exposed brick feature walls.
This large inner-city workshop space is ideal for arts and crafts groups, carpentry and construction. Kids can make a mess here and men’s groups will also love this environment..
This art space is home to HANDS ON ART. It is available for hire and perfect for any creative activity including art & photographic exhibitions, workshops, training and more.
To find out more of our venues, what you need to know about hiring, and make a booking for your next event:
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If you have a question, or you’d like to know more about services in your area and what we can offer you, send us a quick message here. We’ll get back to you right away.