Get involved


Community Hubs are keen to work with service and activity providers to help meet the needs of families.

Services and activities

By offering your education, health, community and settlement service or activity through a Community Hub in your area, you can make it easier for families to connect with the assistance they need. You can also help families create friendships and feel at home in their community.

There are lots of services and activities underway in Hubs. Each is tailored to the needs of families who live in the area and their preschool children. These can include English-language classes, computer classes, speech therapy, GPs, Certificate III courses, cooking clubs, playgroups and more.

Express interest

Is your education, health, community or settlement agency interested in offering services through a Community Hub? Do you have a special interest in running an activity like dance or sewing classes?

If ‘yes’, Hub leaders and community partnership groups would like to hear from you to help plan services and activities that best meet the needs of families in your area.

You can search for a Community Hub in your area through the Hub directory and then phone or email your hub leader to express interest.

Can’t find a Hub in your local area? The program aims to expand to 100 locations nationally in the coming years and there will be lots of new opportunities to offer services through Hubs.

Visit the Scanlon Foundation’s website to find out more about the program.

Page last updated: 06th October, 2014

Our Partners

The National Community Hubs Program is an initiative of Community Hubs Australia, supported by the Scanlon Foundation and the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

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