Volunteer Roles

Homework Club – Volunteer Tutors

We are looking for people interested in helping children with their education. You don’t need to be a teacher, but if you can think clearly and ask questions, this role might be for you.
We work with for primary and secondary students on Wednesdays 4-6pm during school terms.Our Homework Club is managed by a qualified teacher. Volunteer Tutors are required to have a Working With Children Check (free for volunteers) and a Police Check (Creeds Farm with pay for this)
Contact Max Sargent 9023 4606 manager@cfllc.org.au.

Community Connections

Creeds Farm Community Connections:

Besides all the awesome activities happening at Creeds Farm by our own Community Garden (emailcreedsfarmer@gmail.com), the Aurora Community Association and many others, we’re proud to be part of a larger community, including our neighbours on Redding Rise:
Aurora Café & General Store – 1 Gammage Boulevard give them a call on 03 8320 5000
Wallaby Childcare Centre – 2 Shimmer Street
St Mary of the Cross MacKillop Primary School – 47 Farmhouse Boulevard

We also work closely with the City of Whittlesea, particularly with the following departments:
Community Services & Health
Sustainability Planning

And appreciate our ongoing relationship with Whittlesea Community Connections





Neighbourhood House Links

We’re part of a much bigger family!

Creeds Farm LLC is one of 6 Neighbourhood Houses within the City of Whittlesea.
Visit our neighbouring houses for a wide variety of events, classes and activities:

Greenbrook Community House

Greenbrook Community House is inclusive and accessible to all community members. It provides a number of creative programs that encourage personal development, self-esteem and artistic expression.Numbers are limited in some programs and bookings are essential.
Programs include:
• art classes for kids
• mosaic classes
• painting and drawing from beginners onwards
• watercolour painting for beginners
• music workshops
• neurological disability social group
• singing group
• yoga and relaxation for beginners
• Cry Baby Craft group
• Get Crafty (a friendly social craft group)
• Triple G Community Garden Group
• In stitches sewing classes for beginners (New for 2013)
• Community Art fests – free seasonal events for all ages
• Back to basics workshops
• Greenbrook book exchange

40 McFarlane Crescent
Epping (Melway 182 E10)
Further information
For more information, contact the House Coordinator:
P: 9408 0916
TTY: 9217 2420
E: greenbrookch@whittlesea.vic.gov.au
Office hours: Tuesday – Thursday, 8.30am – 4pm

Lalor Living and Learning Centre

The Lalor and Living and Learning Centre is a registered training organisation and neighbourhood house encouraging life-long learning for all ages and for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.It is a not-for-profit community-run association that has been offering services to locals for over 25 years.
Programs offered, including nationally accredited courses:
• Certificates I to III in Spoken and Written English
• Certificate I in General Education for Adults
• Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology
• Operate Accounting Applications (MYOB)
• Computer and internet courses
• English language programs for people looking for employment
Other activities include:
• fully licensed occasional childcare service
• after-school tutoring program for primary and secondary students
• multicultural choir
• support programs for community members and community groups
• volunteer opportunities

French Street Hall
47A French Street
Lalor (Melway 9 A6)
Further information
For more information on programs offered and schedules, visit the Lalor Living and Learning Centre website
P: 9465 6409
E: office@lalorllc.vic.edu.au

Mill Park Community House and Adult Training Support Service

The Mill Park Community House offers programs for people of all abilities including:
• accredited training in Certificate 1 and 2 in Business
• accredited training in Certificate 1 and 2 in Information Technology
• computer courses
• medical reception and a range of allied health courses
• accounting packages
• dressmaking and associated craft programs
• yoga/meditation
• children’s craft and teen sewing
• parenting programs
Support services include:
• legal advice
• parenting programs
• support for people with a disability
• occasional child care
• counselling

68 Mill Park Drive
Mill Park (Melway 9 K7)
Further information
For more information on programs offered and schedules, phone 9404 4565 or visit the Mill Park Community House website.

Thomastown Neighbourhood House

Thomastown Neighbourhood House is located in the heart of Thomastown on the site of Thomastown Library and next door to Thomastown Recreation and Aquatic Centre.
It offers a range of programs including:
• playgroup
• meditation
• introduction to computers
• introduction to office skills
• introduction to social media

52 Main Street
Further information
For more information on programs offered, visit the Thomastown Neighbourhood House website.
To join the mailing list, contact:
Justine Sless
P: 8376 6939
E: manager@tnh.org.au

Whittlesea Community House

Whittlesea Community House offers you the chance to make new friends while learning about:
• health and wellbeing
• yoga and pilates
• singing
• music
• art and books
• business studies
• employment
A walking group and choir are also run out of the centre.

92 Church Street
Whittlesea (Melway 246 G7)
Further information
For more information on programs offered and schedules, contact:
P: 9716 3361
E: wchi@whittleseach.com.au

These six houses are part of a larger network covering north-east Melbourne, the Northeast Neighbourhood House Network

And there’s even a statewide Association of Neighborhood Houses & Learning Centres.
Creeds Farm Living & Learning Centre is proud to be a part of a vibrant, longstanding provider of community connections throughout Victoria.