We value the important role that community groups and support services play in the health, well-being and connection of Mandurah’s community.

The City offers a range of information, resources, funding support and opportunities to connect Mandurah’s community groups and not-for-profit services. Please explore the links below for further information.

For further information or support please contact a Community Development Officer at cdo@mandurah.wa.gov.au

Other sector support

Funding opportunities for community groups and not-for-profit services

There are a range of funding opportunities to support incorporated community groups and services in Mandurah.

Contact a Community Development Officer for further support – cdo@mandurah.wa.gov.au

Learn more about funding opportunities

The City of Mandurah has two great new resources to support Mandurah's Community Sector - The Mandurah Community Sector Hub Facebook Group and the Mandurah Community Sector eNews.

If you require further support or information about the Community Sector Hub and any of its associated resources please contact a Community Development Officer at cdo@mandurah.wa.gov.au

Mandurah Community Sector Hub on Facebook

The Mandurah Community Sector Hub Facebook group is a space to bring together the many amazing organisations working to support the Mandurah community.
This includes service providers with paid staff and volunteer run community clubs, groups and associations.

We will be sharing helpful information on the page such as available grants, workshops and other resources to support your work and your community. We encourage group members to share, learn, collaborate and innovate together!

You can join the group - Please note you will need to have your own individual or organisation Facebook profile to join. 
The group is administered by staff from the Community Capacity Building Team at the City of Mandurah.

Mandurah Community Sector Newsletter

A monthly e-newsletter aimed at providing information to stakeholders involved in Mandurah’s community services and support sector. Relevant news items will be shared, covering topics such as health & safety, grants & funding, useful resources for your organisations, and support for your community.  

We welcome suggestions for content from those working or volunteering in the community.

Sign up for the Mandurah Community Sector News

We aim to provide a series of workshops and training opportunities throughout the year to build and maintain the capacity of Mandurah’s not-for-profit sector and community clubs & groups. These workshops are not only an opportunity to build the skills of your organisation, but they are a great chance to network with likeminded people and organisations from the area.

Upcoming workshops 

Access for All – Learn How to Create Accessible Documents
Facilitated By: Visibility
Dates: 25th of November 2020
Times: 10.30am – 1.30pm
Venue: Lakelands Library & Community Centre
Cost: FREE
Bookings Essential: Please contact Fiona Allen at the City of Mandurah at fiona.allen@mandurah.wa.gov.au or phone 9550 3777

Job Carving – A New Way of Employing People with Disability
Facilitated by: Sue Roberston
Dates: 2nd December 2020
Times: TBA
Venue: Seashells Resort Mandurah
Cost: FREE
Bookings essential: Please contact Fiona Allen at the City of Mandurah at fiona.allen@mandurah.wa.gov.au or phone 9550 3777

Governance 101 - Oh my goodness I'm on the board, governance, board, committee responsibilities
Facilitated by: Wendy Lamont of MAD Enterprises
Supported by: Peel Volunteer Resource Centre
Dates: Tuesday 10th of November
Times: 4pm-7pm
Venue: Lotteries House Mandurah
Cost: FREE
Bookings essential: Please contact Peel Volunteer Resource Centre at the City of Mandurah at admin@peelvolunteer.org.au or phone 9581 1187

Power to the People conference
Facilitated: Bank of I.D.E.A.S.
Supported by: City of Mandurah
Dates: 29 - 30 October 2020
See more information on our events calendar

Workshops coming soon!

Cultural Awareness Training for not-for-profit organisations
Date: TBA
Register your interest by sending and email to cdo@mandurah.wa.gov.au

Local residents groups are a great way in which people can meet neighbours and contribute to their community. Each group has its own unique identity, focus, and way of interacting with residents.

The City of Mandurah has at least nine active residents groups. Refer to list of groups and their contact details below.

Group 1 - Madora Bay Community Association
committee@madorabay.com.au
https://madorabay.org.au

Group 2 - Lakelands Linkup
zoya@creatingcommunities.com.au
www.lakelands.com.au/community-hub/

Group 3 - Greenfields Community Network
hello@greenfieldscommunitynetwork.org
https://www.facebook.com/GreenfieldsNetwork/

Group 4 - Mariners Cove Residents Association
mcra@westnet.com.au
https://www.marinerscove.com.au/about-us/residents-association/

Group 5 - Waterside Residents Association
President@watersideresidents.asn.au
https://www.facebook.com/watersidecanals/

Group 6 - Port Mandurah Residents Association
info@portmandurah.com.au
https://www.facebook.com/PortMandurahResidentsAssociation/

Group 7 - Mandurah Quay Homeowners Association
committee@mqhoa.org.au

Group 8 - Seascapes Community Association
www.seascapeswa.com

Group 9 - Lake Clifton Herron Residents Association
lakeclifton@gmail.com
www.lakeclifton.com.au

Local Community Development Officers

Finding it difficult to reach your local group? Or maybe you are thinking of starting your own group?
Then contact one of the City’s Senior Community Development Officers for a chat:

Mandurah North area Nick

Mandurah Central (and East) area Tom

Mandurah South area Pippa

Phone 9550 3850 or email cdo@mandurah.wa.gov.au with your name, contact details and a brief message

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