COVID Safe Plan

Created: Thursday, 19 November 2020
Check out our COVID Safe Plan - helping to keep the community connected in a safe environment.

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Maldon Neighbourhood Centre prepares to re-open

Created: Friday, 06 November 2020
The Centre is still closed but we are preparing for re-opening.

A COVID-safe plan has been developed, ready to put into action, and we are buying new laptops. Getting connected at Maldon Neighbourhood Centre is about to get a whole lot better!

In the meantime, everything we have on offer is either online, indoors (within the rules about allowable activities), or outdoors (with social distancing and limited numbers).

For details of what you can take part in now, see the following pages:

Health and wellbeing activities
Life-long learning
Clubs and societies
Iso-breakers
Climate Ready Maldon

As ever, we are at the end of the phone (54752093) or email, so don't hesitate to get in touch.

Keeping your home comfortable

Created: Thursday, 10 September 2020

Keeping our homes comfortable all year round can be a challenge – managing cold winters and extreme heat in summer. As many of us know firsthand, lots of Maldon’s housing stock is old and the gorgeous heritage mining cottages we love are not great at keeping out draughts in the winter and quickly heat up in summertime.

But Maldon Neighbourhood Centre’s Climate Ready Maldon project is here to help with just that! Local volunteers will work with households to assess the thermal comfort of their homes and create an Action Plan with suggested improvements. Every participating household will receive a $50 voucher .

Read more: Keeping your home comfortable

Don't miss our AGM

Created: Monday, 05 October 2020
All welcome to join our Annual General Meeting on Thursday 8 October at 7pm via Zoom.
Please get in touch if you would like some help wtih Zoom
RSVP today to 5475 2093 or committee@maldonnc.org.au

Neighbourhood House Value Report

Created: Wednesday, 19 August 2020
Neighbourhood Houses Victoria have developed their latest Community Value Report, based on data gathered through the 2019 Neighbourhood Houses Survey.

For $248,305 of income, it's calculated that Neighbourhood Houses provide $380,235 of value to the community, including the value of:

Improved quality of life through social connections: $164,260

Volunteer constributions: $134,129

Emergency relief provided: $481

Services provided: $23,160

Adult community education: $34,046

Early childhood education and care: $22,248

 
See the full report for yourself
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