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We are a member based not-for-profit organisation, offering targeted and relevant training, resources and support to those working in small community managed not-for-profits.
Since 1982, we have been assisting Neighbourhood Centres be the best that they can be, so that they not only remain viable and sustainable, but develop vibrant, inclusive and connected communities.
On Saturday 17 September, the Minister for Communities, the Hon. Tony Simpson MLA, resigned from Cabinet.
The Totem Poles at the Yangebup Family Centre have been upgraded to create a welcoming entrance reflecting the cultural diversity of the Cockburn community. Read more...
Get the low-down on lobbying; see real-life, proven approaches to income generation; come to grips with the new Associations Incorporation Act and the impact it has on your Constitution; discover and discuss emerging issues for our sector with your peers...and much more.
Neighbourhood Centres are friendly, informal places where community members meet for a variety of activities at minimal cost. They each reﬂect the needs and aspirations of their own community and provide courses and activities in response to community input.
The programmes and activities offered are as diverse as the communities the Centre serves. Courses for adults and children can include arts and crafts, health and fitness, business and finance, computing and IT, and personal development. Some Neighbourhood Centres provide crèche during courses and some have youth groups, self-help and support groups, playgroups and after-school care.
Search for a Centre by Location (suburb or town), by the type of Programme you are interested in or by the name of the Centre. Widen the search radius to include more Centres.
Note: only Centres that are members of Linkwest are included here. If you are a WA-based Neighbourhood Centre and would like to feature on this website, please consider Linkwest Membership.