Emergency Relief Program
Emergency relief program is delivered to assist the most vulnerable individuals and families of the Eagleby community.
This service is in the form of food vouchers and financial assistance such as partial rent arrears, electricity, telephone and other emergency circumstances.
Service is available every Tuesdays and Thursdays. Bookings are essential. Please call 0738073833 for more information.
Referral, advice and information are services free of charge.
Justice of the Peace is available anytime. On site at the Eagleby Community Centre every Monday and Wednesday from 12noon to 2pm. Contact directly Les Turner by calling 0431 932 624.
Ladies Friendship Group meets once a week every Wednesday from 9:30am to 11:30am.
It is a relaxed, supportive group for making and maintaining friendships while enjoying a variety of activities.
New members are always welcome. Contact the Centre directly on 38073833.
Psychologist service is available by appointment. Contact directly Julie Nos on 0413154051.
The Eagleby Garden Club Inc meets on the last Saturday of the month at the Eagleby Community Hall, Fryar Road.
Visitors are welcome. Contact Sue on 32873771. Email: email@example.com
This service is for the grandmothers who meet every second Friday of each month at Cowper Hall meeting room from 10:30am to 12:30pm. For inquiries, please phone 3807 3833.
Country Women's Association
This group of women meets every Monday at Cowper Hall meeting room. They crochet and knit items for the nursing homes, premature ward of Logan Hospital and rugs for the senior citizens.
New members are welcome. Please contact Margaret Harvey on 38071672.
Community Services and Activities
The Centre responds to local community needs by providing a mixed balance of programs, services and activities and promotes community engagement and connectedness. This free of charge service is updated through our noticeboard, booklets, flyers and newsletters. Various supports are extended to the community such as Youth support service, Senior and Adult support services and All ages support service.
We recognise the important role volunteers play in supporting service delivery. We undertake processes to recruit, train and supervise volunteers and provide opportunities for them to develop new skills and enhance current skills. Volunteers commit to a code of conduct and comply with Blue Card requirements.