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!
Politics in the Pub is back with a fired-up panel on a big topic; the constitutional recognition of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. In this Q&A-style event panellists will discuss the best way forward for Australia to officially recognise its First Nations and will take questions from the audience. Expert panellists include writer and activist Sam […]
The 2015 C.A.N. (Community Action Network) Awards were a great success, with over 50 nominations for excellence in community-building coming from all sectors of Brisbane’s inner-city. Lord Mayor Graham Quirk, Federal Member for Brisbane Teresa Gambaro, local Member of Parliament Grace Grace and Central Ward Councillor Vicki Howard all presented Awards. The night was attended by […]
Communify is looking a friendly, energetic and inspirational volunteer to support delivery of a new story-telling activity for primary school aged people. Someone studying drama or primary education would be good in the role but this is not essential. Experience running activities for kids could be helpful. The program will offer free story-telling activities on […]
The New Farm Neighbourhood Centre has a dedicated Broadband for Seniors desk with a computer helper available every Tuesday fortnight from 10am-12pm. The Broadband for Seniors program helps senior Australians get the skills they need to use computers and to access the Internet. The helper is there to provide face-to-face training and assistance with whatever you need […]
This June the New Farm Neighbourhood Centre will present a series of six innovative and inspirational workshops designed to give participants practical skills in sustainable gardening. Topics include seedlings and propagation, sprouting at home, composting and worm farming, self-watering planter boxes, all about soil and growing fruit and veg in small spaces. In 2010 a disused […]
As state and federal governments grapple to implement policies to curb the rates of violence against women, the next Politics in the Pub asks for the community’s opinion on who should be responsible for stopping the violence. Politics in the Pub will host expert speakers in the field to address the key factors at play […]