hume community hub

Through community-led social participation projects, the Hume Community Hub Project aims to increase community participation among vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Dallas, Broadmeadows, Campbellfield and Coolaroo.

It’s become quite the ‘hub’ for community service organisations offering essential settlement, mental health, family and youth, employment and other community services. Community services operating onsite include:

  • Spectrum MRC
  • AMES Australia
  • Kildonan Uniting Care
  • Hume Moreland Services Connect
  • NEAMI National Broadmeadows
  • Salvation Army Crossroads Family Programs
  • WISE Employment
  • Hume Whittlesea Primary Care Partnership
  • Arabic Welfare
  • Iraqi Council
  • VicSeg New Futures (coming soon)

Djirang Community Garden

Djirang Community Garden

The first initiative of the project is the Djirang Community Garden – a communal space open to the local community to encourage sharing in a common interest and hobby. Currently, Australian Community Logistics students have planted vegetables local to Syria in preparation for the arrival of Syrian refugees.

Open for planting 10am-4pm every Thursday

61 Riggall St Dallas