Keys of Success

KCAC KEYS OF SUCCESS

Keys of Success
6 June 1986 – Incorporated Association status recognised.
2000 – Began lobbying Hurstville Council for new Facilities to house the
activities of the KCAC community service programs.

2004-2016 – Recognised and Awarded Certificates of Appreciation by the
Australian Taxation Commission for valuable services given to
the community for the Tax Help program.

2005 – Received PBI Status (Charity Status)

2006 – Awarded recognition from the Combined Churches of Hurstville
for support to the local community.

2010 – Awarded recognition from Hurstville City Council for volunteer
Support.

2010 – Successfully moved into the new KCAC facilities at 30 Morgan St
Kingsgrove.

2011 – Awarded recognition from NSW Seniors Week Committee for
Active Involvement of CALD Communities.

2012 – Winner of the St George Local Business Award in Community Services.
2012 – Finalists in the St George Local Business Awards for Out of School
Hours care services, Kingsgrove OOSHC & Hurstville OOSHC.

2012 – Southern Sydney Region training award for best trainee of the
year.

2012 – Award for the St George Community Services Award for
outstanding Services to the St George Community. Mr Mark
Coure, State MP.

2013 – Launched the KCAC Strategic Plan for 2013-2018.

2014 – Awarded recognition of appreciation for work in partnering with
NOVA Employment for support to people with disabilities.

2014 – Recognised by NRMA for services to the Local Community in
providing awareness to Road Safety.

2016 – Celebrated a major milestone 50th Anniversary with a community
festival.

2017 – CEO Anne Farah-Hill awarded the St George Woman of the Year from the Premieres Dept of NSW.

Launched the NEW KCAC website.

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