We are a community organisation with several locations across the inner-northern suburbs of Brisbane. We have been working in this community for over 34 years. Our aim is to develop and deliver local services and activities in response to the issues and opportunities that life can present.
Communify is an independent, profit-for-good organisation. Locally based, we provide opportunities for people, whatever their stage of life, to join activities that are interesting, stimulating and that support an active, healthy and socially connected life.
We are committed to finding innovative ways to deliver services that respond to people’s changing needs and to provide community members with affordable, flexible and genuine solutions to the challenges that life can present.
Our team shares a belief that every community member should feel valued, respected, connected and supported in a way they choose in order to live their very best life. Together we work to assist people to live independently and to continue to contribute to family, community and society.
If we can help you or someone you know who might need our help, please get in touch. Our door is always open!
We are happy to announce that as of July 2014 Communify Qld and New Farm Neighbourhood Centre are joining forces!
A long serving community hub for the inner city “peninsula”, New Farm Neighbourhood Centre has worked for over 28 years to support a socially just, inclusive and diverse inner-city community.
Located in Brunswick St opposite beautiful New Farm Park the Neighbourhood Centre has provided a place for people to meet, to join activities and to tap into a broad range of support services.
In merging the two neighbourhood centres we hope to extend the reach of our services, giving more people the opportunity to engage with, be supported by, and feel a part of their local community.
We need reliable, regular volunteers to donate time to our community transport or our social support programs. Volunteers take people to activities, appointments and shopping in our modern, comfy vehicles that range in size from little to the big one you see in the picture. Volunteer driving is an easy way to give back to […]
The project team who delivered the artwork, (left to right) – Artist Karl de Waal, Clare Lindop, Fiona Hunt (New Farm Neighbourhood Centre), and LGBTIQ community advocate (and Queen’s Ball Activist Award winner) Phil Browne Saturday 13 September, at 1 pm, will see the official launch and unveiling of a new permanent artwork at […]
As part of Anti-Poverty week we are asking community members to tell us their tips and tricks for living on $35/day… The best responses will win up to $150 worth of vouchers!! Share with your friends to help increase awareness. Check out our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/communifyqld
Brisbane News July 9th – 15th 2014 pg. 6