Nambour Community Centre’s activities are inspired by a vision in which people experience healthy relationships and create sustainable communities that are safe & just.
What we do
Nambour Community Centre works with community members (individuals, families & groups) to assist in establishing & strengthening their formal & informal sources of support and collaboration within the community.
Become an NCC Member
What’s good about Nambour Community Centre? Want to be involved with your community, have access to our exclusive member facilities and receive regular updates on groups and activities running at NCC? Why not become a member? Click here for more detailed information.
Brochure of the Nambour Community Centre
For a copy of our latest brochure – click here
Volunteer & Employment Opportunities
Have you got some time on your hands? Have you got any special skills or would you like to acquire more skills? Then NCC may be the place for you to volunteer. For more detailed information on volunteering at NCC and for positions vacant click here.
A great place to get a feel for what we do at NCC. Click here to take a look at photo gallery.
Want to be kept updated? Our Bulletin is distributed every 2nd month and is a great way to keep up to date with all our events and news. Click here to find out more
Annual Report, AGMs and Management Committee
To find out more about the NCC management committee, or the NCC AGM and past annual reports of the organisation click here.
NCC Model Rules.
To view a copy of the document click here
NCC Strategic Plan 2009 – 2014
The strategic plan for Nambour Community Centre ultimately guides the work that is done at the centre.
It was developed by the management committee and staff in the first half of 2009 following on from a joint day of reflection, planning and strategising around the future direction of the organisation in March.
To check it out click here
Nambour Community Centre is a community based not for profit organisation whose activities are partially resourced and supported by Queensland Department of Communities, Multicultural Affairs Queensland, Sunshine Coast Council and Commonwealth Department of Family, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.
Underlying Values and Principles
- Community Involvement
- Working For Reconciliation
- Celebrating Cultural Diversity
- Connecting & Belonging
- Mutual Partnerships
- Knowledge, Education & Training
- Transparency & Accountability
- Pro-activity: Working with a focus on prevention and early intervention within the community.
- Instigating projects that focus on building social capital within the community.
- Sustainability: Creating sustainable outcomes in the maintenance of the cultural, economic, physical and social wellbeing of people and communities in order to reduce the need for ongoing service delivery.
- Social Justice: Working to eliminate inequity and disadvantage in our society to create fairer and more just outcomes.
Community Services and Activities
- Information & referral
- Psychology and self-help book community library
- Thriving Families – Family support program, playgroup & volunteer family support
- Community Development projects
- Friends Meeting Friends group
- Community education / workshops
- Micro finance group
- Cultural Connections – Multicultural community development
- Community Events
- Various support groups based on community aspirations & need.
Cultural Connections is a Community
Development Program with people from diverse cultural background.
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General Community Development Program
The NCC Community Development Program links people and groups together to help build our local community.We support groups and activities and seek to address issues that are of concern in the community. Phone the centre or drop in if you have an local matter to discuss.
Thriving Families is a family support program that promotes healthy family relationships. Parenting can be demanding and involve many challenges on a day-to-day basis. We can often feel overwhelmed or alone in the process. Thriving Families aims to support parents to build confidence in their parenting role. Thriving Families provides a direct family support service, occasional parenting courses, a volunteer home visiting service & a weekly playgroup.
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Information & Referral Services
We can provide general and community information as well as refer you to support groups, community organisations and human service providers on the coast and state wide. Phone us if you’d like more information or email through our contact page.