Contact us 3343 9833
Mt Gravatt Community Centre
MGCCI is a not-for-profit, registered charitable organisation located on Logan Road, Upper Mount Gravatt.
As a community centre, we proactively seek to work with other agencies and organisations to collaboratively deliver flexible, responsive and holistic services for our community.
Our community centre can be accessed by all members of our community in a diverse number of ways; individually and groups. There is a place and space for everyone.
ARE YOU IN NEED OR FEELING ISOLATED?
We understand that this is a stressful time in the community. If you or someone you know is experiencing hardship, anxiety, unable to leave your home or are feeling isolated, we may be able to assist.
Please contact us on 3343 9833 to discuss your circumstances.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) HEALTH ALERT
If you are concerned about the recent outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), there is information available to you at the following websites:
You could also call the Coronavirus Health Information Line.
The line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 1800 020 080
We are currently unable to assist with completing forms. We will update our website when this service resumes
CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT
We are offering another Certificate III in Individual Support this year. Funded by the Palaszczuk Government's Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative, the program provides training in foundation skills, workplace skills, job search activities with literacy and numeracy support, 120 hours work experience, and links to referral services to help overcome individual barriers to learning.
For more information, please contact Megan on 3343 9833.
We would like to provide an update on Covid-19 and its impact on services provided by the Mt Gravatt Community Centre. We acknowledge many people’s lives have been disrupted due to issues around COVID-19 and we hope you are keeping as well as possible.
At the present time, MGCCI is aiming to continue as many services as possible, to provide support for some of the most vulnerable people in our community. However, as staff, volunteer, client and community well-being is our priority, we have had to cease some services and modify the way we deliver others . This also includes moving the majority of our services to over the telephone or electronically and restricting people from coming into the community centre. We request that you do not come to the community centre without an appointment.
We are still providing food parcels however these are by appointment only. Please phone us on 3343 9833 to organise a time when you can collect your food parcel. Our other emergency relief services will be conducted over the phone and an appointment is required for these as well.
As of Monday the 23rd of March, our social groups and computer lessons that are held onsite will cease. However, our Ukulele and Crotchet groups continue to meet at a location outside of MGCCI so please phone us if you would like further information.
Our staff members and volunteers are all looking forward to being back in full swing once this public health issue has passed and we will post any updates on our Facebook page and website
Catch up on centre news: Your News, March 2020
YOUR FEEDBACK IS IMPORTANT TO US
We want to continuously improve the way we provide services to our community. For further information about our feedback process, please click here.
Bernie's Place is Mt Gravatt's newest Venue. It's a beautiful renovated house. Bernie's Place is a space for youth, young family and the CALD community to access.
Check out our What's On brochure for more info about what you can be a part of at Bernie's Place.
We are creative - we are committed to new ways of responding to changing needs and environments
We are collaborative - we seek opportunities to build partnerships that strengthen our capacity to respond
We are welcoming - we embrace diversity and provide a safe, accessible space for everyone
We have integrity - we are committed to a culture of honesty, accountability, and justice – we do the right thing
We show respect - we aspire to honour human uniqueness and uphold the dignity of all individuals -we listen and encourage inclusive participation
We are sustainable - we meet the needs of the present and plan for organisational and community viability