Emergency Relief (ER) is the provision of material or financial assistance to people in crisis. Some clients access ER to help them through a ‘one-off’ episode; while for others, ER becomes part of their solution to dealing with ongoing disadvantage. The aim of ER is to assist people experiencing a crisis in a way that maintains dignity and encourages self-reliance.
Wynnum Community Place
Wynnum Community Place (WCP) is Is a centralised Community Hub which is bringing services together, connecting community, delivering social solutions as well as providing food relief and financial assistance. This is a space that provides access to the supports YOU need in Wynnum, either directly or via a referral pathway, all from the one place!
Homeless United (HU) was a State funded program that provides support, assistance, information and advocacy along with client focused case management to Redlands homeless. Over 300 homeless have connected with the program which has successfully housed over 200 people, with many gaining paid employment once housed.
The Service Navigator program has been created to help members of the Redland and Bay Island community understand disaster management better. Funded by Commonwealth/ State Disaster Recovery Arrangements (DRFA), the project has a focus on early intervention to help individuals become self–sufficient in the event of a natural disaster.
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About Redland Community Centre
Redland Community Centre is a non-profit community based organisation with its Head Office in Capalaba and Outreach Service Centres at Wynnum, Russell and Macleay Island. We are endorsed by the federal government as a public benevolent institution and registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not for profits Commission (ACNC).
The Centre generally provides services to people in the suburbs of the Redland City Council area, including the Bay Islands, and the Brisbane suburbs of Wynnum/Manly.
Support Local Causes
Redland Community Centre is committed to ’Building Resilience, Community Wellbeing & Capacity’. The Causes we promote are aligned to our Vision and have full Board approval. 100% of all funds raised will go directly to the identified cause. We understand that you would like to know the positive difference your contributions make. Feedback is important to us and is available to all of our donors. We are seeking community input on what you believe is a worthy cause for the Centre. No matter how small, if it’s an issue that affects your community, we want to know about it.
Do you own a local business or do you know of someone who does? Would you like to become one of our supporters and join the growing list of local businesses and organisations that assist the Centre? You can make a positive difference in your community in a number of ways. Corporate sponsorship or support in kind of food or resources plays a large part in the Centre being able to continue to deliver its programs and services annually.