CISVic welcomes Federal Government announcement of additional Emergency Relief funding

Executive Officer Kate Wheller stated: ‘CISVic welcomes the announcement on Sunday of an additional $200 million for Financial Wellbeing & Capability programs, and is grateful for the very positive moves the government is making to ease financial hardship for all Australians during these unprecedented times’.

Service delivery continues under COVID-19 lockdown

During the coronavirus crisis most of our local centres continue to provide information, support and material assistance to people in the community. They are doing this in creative ways that don't require face-to-face contact. Find your closest service and its phone number here.

#Because We Help

Check out CISVic's new video #BeauseWeHelp


Agency news

Great News!  Diamond Valley Community Support and 3 of its long serving Volunteers received Australia Day awards from Jenny Macklin MP on Saturday 26th January 

agencyJoyce McNamara was awarded for her work volunteering with DVCS since 1987, showing an unfailingly generous spirit and compassion for the most vulnerable in our community.


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