Brockman Community House is a not for profit neighbourhood centre. Our aim is to ensure a healthy, inclusive and empowered community is achieved to its maximum potential; Brockman Community House endeavours to provide the community with opportunities to reduce social isolation, learn new skills, successfully manage health and wellbeing and gain confidence to manage everyday challenges.
Brockman Community House is supporting The Salvation Army’s Christmas Gift Appeal for 2020
As Christmas approaches – it is becoming increasingly clear that many Australians are going to struggle to have even a modest celebration. We all know Christmas is a time for joy. But for those doing it tough – it is often challenging, heartbreaking and isolating. Every Christmas, The Salvation Army provides around 160,000 meals and over 64,000 hampers and vouchers to individuals and families in need. As COVID-19 continues to impact individuals, families and communities across the country, your support now is more important than ever. By donating gifts, you can help us make sure we leave no one in need this festive season.
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On behalf of Brockman Community House thank you to the State Government commitment of $5 million towards a new and much needed building for our services and community members. Behind the scenes we have been working with Minister Dave Kelly, City of Swan and the Department of Premier and Cabinet.
We would like to take this opportunity to invite any community members with concerns about the location to come see us at Brockman Community House. We value everyone’s opinion and hope we can try to work with you to resolve or minimise your concerns.
Special thanks to Hon Dave Kelly, Minister; Cr David Lucas, Deputy Mayor; Jenni Burnside, Chairperson; and Brockman Community House Committee; staff team and supporters.
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