HELP US TO HELP PEOPLE WHO ARE SEEKING ASYLUM RIGHT HERE IN BARDON
The topic of meat production and consumption carries many considerations: jobs, economy, health, ethics, the environment, culture and more..
Happy one year anniversary to the Chefs Who Care program!
Thousands of people seeking protection while living in the Australian community are at risk of destitution and homelessness due to the latest government move to completely cut income support for people who need it the most.
We’re looking for one or two volunteers to help with our healthy Friday morning breakfast at New Farm Neighbourhood Centre.
Transurban have announced exciting plans to build a community hub at Heathwood that will be managed by Communify Qld. The well considered design for the site will include spaces for the community to participate in a range of activities and events.
One or more days per week (10.30 – 1.30) (mon, tues, thurs or fri) The role of the volunteer tennis program coordinator: • Watch time: organize sets of tennis during the session, usually 3 or 4 sets and each is around 40 minutes. • Equipment management: sign the logbook while collecting and returning equipment at … Read More
New Farm Neighbourhood Centre is open 4 days each week from 9 to 1. Our team work together to make people feel welcome, collect people’s contact details, arrange bookings for activities, help people with information and help keep our neighbourhood centre clean, organised and a lovely welcoming space for all. Get in touch if you’d … Read More
Work with our Neighbourhood Centre Coordinator to keep on top of filing, work on projects and other administration tasks. One or two half days per week. For more details contact Jenny on 3358 5600 or pop into New Farm Neighbourhood Centre