Deliver joy to fellow Casey Cardinia residents this Christmas and support locals in need who are doing it tough and need a little help over the festive period.
Donate non-perishable items, toiletries and unwrapped toys to locals in need – just drop them off at your local library!
Located a “lost” or damaged book at home? Bring it back to the library and share the joy of reading, we don’t charge overdue fines!
Transit provides meals within a safe and encouraging environment for those who are finding life difficult.
A three course meal is provided free of charge on Mondays at 5pm and Wednesdays at 12pm as well as on the last Sunday of the month at 9.30am. These sessions provide an opportunity for lonely folk to connect with each other and to make use of the services we provide, including Centrelink staff, Housing and Mental Health agencies, Hairdressers, Shower trailer and Orange Sky Washing van. In addition we will provide food support on Mondays from 6pm-7pm and Wednesdays from 1pm to 2pm as well as Food Support for families on Thursdays from 1.30pm to 4.30pm. Clothing, household goods, help with removals and direct financial help in emergency situations is also provided.
Items in need for Transit are breakfast foods and hygiene products (both male and female).
CISS provides a crisis intervention, information, and support service to people in the southern suburbs of the City of Casey, including Cranbourne, Hampton Park, Clyde, Lynbrook, Lyndhurst, and the Coastal Villages.
Their services include information, referrals, crisis intervention services (including the provision of emergency relief), counselling, financial counselling, Education Assistance Program, advocacy and negotiation services, No Interest Loans Scheme (NILS), Infolink Outreach Program and ADHD Support Group. We aim to inform, support, and empower our local community.
All services are free and confidential, and aimed at providing a non-threatening, effective, and welcoming one-stop-shop for clients.
Casey North CISS has a range of service and programs that have been developed to respond to the pressing needs in our local community.
We continue to review these services to meet the changing needs of our local community. All services at Casey North CISS are provided free of charge.
It all began in 1994 at the end of the 90s recession when two ladies, from two different local churches, decided that Endeavour Hills needed an Op Shop to help supply financially struggling families with cheap clothing and household goods.
The Andrews Centre has provided a number of programs since its opening in 2000. All services are aimed at making sure that even the most financially disadvantaged get the help they need.
The Andrews Center are specifically after non perishable food items for Christmas Hampers but would be grateful for any donations.
Situated within the City of Casey, 10 km southeast of Dandenong, Hampton Park Primary School provides a Prep to Year 6 program for its over 350 students. Our student population is made up of families from over 60 different cultural backgrounds which provides great richness and diversity in our school community which we value highly.
At Hampton Park Primary School, we place great importance on providing a rich, varied and challenging educational experience for our students.
Wherever there is hardship or injustice, Salvos around Australia will live, love and fight alongside others to transform Australia one life at a time.
We’re thankful for the generosity of those who partner with us to provide much needed funds and practical assistance to children, families and individuals around the country. Because of you, we’re able to make a difference and provide hope to those who need it.