What’s On

What's on
It’s hard to pinpoint just when Kew Cares began - a passing conversation at an art show, a new connection formed with a neighbouring organisation, and suddenly the Kew Neighbourhood Learning Centre, the Women’s Liberation Halfway House, and Kew Baptist Church were sitting down in a room together. Kew Cares was born out of a mutual care and concern for women and children who have been impacted by family violence. We want to see our community engaged, connected, and united on this issue, and we believe Kew Cares is a piece of the puzzle. We hope you’ll be able to catch sight of our vision and join us as we work together to positively impact the lives of those affected by family violence.
Mission
To connect people in our local community to provide everyday essentials to those affected by family violence.
Vision
To empower the Kew community to respond to the needs of women and children who have been impacted by family violence, and provide education and information about the prevalence and effects of family violence and pathways to respond.
What we value
  • Community partnerships
  • Raising awareness
  • Education
  • Empowerment
  • Generosity and giving
About WLHH
Women’s Liberation Halfway House (WLHH) emphasises consistency between its values and practice and is informed by a structural understanding of women’s disadvantage.
WLHH is guided by the following principles:
· Access & Equity: All women who require our service are given equal access and are provided with a responsive and timely service.
· Self-Determination: We recognise women’s resilience and strengths and offer our service in a way that encourages women to be in charge of their own affairs.
· Flexibility: We are driven by the needs of the women who use our service. It is designed to reflect the uniqueness of each woman’s experiences.
· Respect and Dignity: We provide a service that respects individual choices, experiences, cultures and rights to self-determination.
Please like and share our Facebook page! www.facebook.com/KewCares
You can make a donation to Kew Cares through our donation page.
Check out our new Vimeo and Youtube channels!  Now you can view all the amazing work that goes on at KNLC Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/knlc YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSmDU-R5BXs-RSYJxqS8xsROD8es4sHdl
If you have a program that meets the vision and philosophy of KNLC and you would like to volunteer your time, please complete this form.

23 hours ago

Kew Neighbourhood Learning Centre

TWO DAYS!
We're getting really excited to launch Kew Cares! This initiative has been months in the making and it's amazing to be on the brink of our launch! Lots of hard work has gone into the making of this initiative and we can't wait to see our community working together to make the lives of women and children impacted by family violence a little better.
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3 days ago

Kew Neighbourhood Learning Centre

We are all getting very excited about our Kew Cares launch this Friday!Just four more days until launch! Getting close now! ...

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The Reportable Conduct Scheme seeks to improve organisations’ responses to allegations of child abuse. But what type of conduct is reportable? Find out more on the Commission for Children and Young People’s Information Sheet About the Victorian Reportable Conduct Scheme.

The Reportable Conduct Scheme has been designed to ensure the Commission will be made aware of allegations of child abuse in relevant organisations. Organisations and the public can notify the Commission for Children and Young People of allegations of reportable conduct via our online form.Message from Commissioner for Children and Young People about Victoria's Reportable Conduct Scheme.
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2 weeks ago

Kew Neighbourhood Learning Centre

Our Sparechair cafe will be joining in Kew Junction's Trick-or-Treating night! The cafe has extended it's hours and will be open on Wednesday 31st of October between 3.30 - 5.30, and while the kids are enjoying their treats the parents can enjoy $2 coffees!Love safe, free family-friendly Trick or Treating for you and your kids? Then don't miss the Kew Junction On-street Trick or Treating event on Oct 31.

62 stores involved, Trick or Treating all day and into the evening, plus there will even be treats in many stores for Mum and Dad!

Spooky (and not so spooky) characters will be roaming the streets between 3:30 and 5:30pm, including Skye from Paw Patrol, Cat Boy from PJ Mask, Shine from Shimmer & Shine, Wonder Woman, Thor and plenty of Halloween characters.

Download the map of participating stores at this link: kewjunction.com.au/events/halloween/, dress up in your spooky best and join us for this fun event!
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Celebrating our Seniors this week. It’s all about getting social and getting out there and enjoying life! ...

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You just never know...ask, not just today but everyday. Three simple words could make the world of difference to someone. R U Ok? ...

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Phone: 03 9853 3126
2-12 Derby St
Kew VIC 3101