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Welcome to Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre Incorporated

In the Community For the Community With the Community

We are community based, locally managed community organization committed to identifying and responding to a range needs in the local community with special consideration for the socially, economically and linguistically disadvantaged. As a not for profit organization funded by a range of government agencies we hold no affiliations with either political parties or religious organizations and we provide our service in a non-discriminative manner.

Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre provides a variety of services ranging from Child Care programmes, Family programmes, Aged Care and Allied Health Care programmes and programmes for people with a disability.

The Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre Inc. is an Approved NDIS Provider

Help Us To Continue to Help You

KCAC provides support and programmes to those most disadvantaged, to vulnerable families and to the elderly. Some programmes are not funded, and the organization is contantly searching avenues of support from the community. Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre is a registered charity and all donations over the value of $2.00 are tax deductible.

OUR VISION

“Building a sustainable society that is welcoming, harmonious & inclusive. A place where people are healthy & feel happy & safe”

Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre Inc, is supported by Georges River Council and the State & Federal Government.

Why Choose KCAC?

We are accessible & inclusive
We treat you with dignity and respect your choice.
We provide a safe and confidential environment.

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It was movies and popcorn day at the centre, for the KCAC “Able & Loving it” disability group, last Wednesday. To finish off 80s month, they watched The Wedding Singer, followed by Grease.
Lunch was rice and veggies with hot chips on the side, and fruit.
🎥🍿🥤🍚 🥕🌽🍌🍊

Would you like to get out of the house and make new friends? These participants love a coffee and a chat. Come and join us! Your first day is FREE!! Lunch is included with the program at the centre each Wednesday. Call Rose on 9150 7823.
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It was movies and popcorn day at the centre, for the KCAC “Able & Loving it” disability group, last Wednesday. To finish off 80s month, they watched The Wedding Singer, followed by Grease. 
Lunch was rice and veggies with hot chips on the side, and fruit. 
🎥🍿🥤🍚 🥕🌽🍌🍊 

Would you like to get out of the house and make new friends? These participants love a coffee and a chat. Come and join us! Your first day is FREE!! Lunch is included with the program at the centre each Wednesday. Call Rose on 9150 7823.

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Great job team . Rose you are inspirational .🏆🏆

On Friday 24th June, the Thursday seniors exercise group celebrated their combined birthdays for the year at Kingsgrove RSL Club. They shared a lovely day together and enjoyed a delicious lunch, and a scrumptious cake. Happy birthday everyone!! 🎂🎈 ... See MoreSee Less

On Friday 24th June, the Thursday seniors exercise group celebrated their combined birthdays for the year at Kingsgrove RSL Club. They shared a lovely day together and enjoyed a delicious lunch, and a scrumptious cake. Happy birthday everyone!! 🎂🎈

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Thank you for organising it, Gurmeed. 😍👏👌🏻💋 It was a wonderful and relaxing time with you all.

Happy birthday to all beautiful ladies 💐🙏🏻🎂

Yum, happy birthday June babies!

Happy birthday everyone!

On Wednesday 22nd June, it was the Arabic seniors turn for an information session about diabetes. An Arabic speaking special guest from Diabetes NSW ACT, joined us to present information about diabetes, healthy eating and exercise.

Diabetes is a chronic (long-lasting) health condition that affects how your body turns food into energy.

Most of the food you eat is broken down into sugar (also called glucose) and released into your bloodstream. When your blood sugar goes up, it signals your pancreas to release insulin. Insulin acts like a key to let the blood sugar into your body’s cells for use as energy.

If you have diabetes, your body either doesn’t make enough insulin or can’t use the insulin it makes as well as it should.

Please see you doctor if you think you have diabetes.
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On Wednesday 22nd June, it was the Arabic seniors turn for an information session about diabetes. An Arabic speaking special guest from Diabetes NSW ACT, joined us to present information about diabetes, healthy eating and exercise.

Diabetes is a chronic (long-lasting) health condition that affects how your body turns food into energy.
 
Most of the food you eat is broken down into sugar (also called glucose) and released into your bloodstream. When your blood sugar goes up, it signals your pancreas to release insulin. Insulin acts like a key to let the blood sugar into your body’s cells for use as energy.
 
If you have diabetes, your body either doesn’t make enough insulin or can’t use the insulin it makes as well as it should.
 
Please see you doctor if you think you have diabetes.

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Fantastic initiative 😊

Our seniors are very well looked after by the wonderful staff and volunteers at KCAC, who prepare a healthy lunch for them each week. The menu’s are planned with a cultural relevance for each specific group. The menu’s change each week and are extra special during celebrations and occasions. The seniors also love to contribute with their own traditional dishes during special celebration days. It’s a multicultural food extravaganza each week at KCAC. The best feedback we can get is the smile on the faces of our consumers, and they are always smiling. 🇱🇧 🇮🇹 🇨🇳 🇬🇷 ... See MoreSee Less

Our seniors are very well looked after by the wonderful staff and volunteers at KCAC, who prepare a healthy lunch for them each week. The menu’s are planned with a cultural relevance for each specific group. The menu’s change each week and are extra special during celebrations and occasions. The seniors also love to contribute with their own traditional dishes during special celebration days. It’s a multicultural food extravaganza each week at KCAC. The best feedback we can get is the smile on the faces of our consumers, and they are always smiling. 🇱🇧 🇮🇹 🇨🇳 🇬🇷

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Love our Italian menu ⭐️ Thank you Connie 🍇🫑🌶🥑🥒🌽🥦🍓

Wow incredible effort, looks delicious!

Coming up next week! Places are limited. We can’t wait to see Wallangari and his crew perform. #naidocweek #getup #standup #showup #kingsgrovecommunityComing up on the 6th July 2022, KCAC will be celebrating NAIDOC Week, with the disability and CALD community. There will be dancing, singing, didgeridoo and Aboriginal art. ⬛️🟡🟥 ... See MoreSee Less

Coming up next week! Places are limited. We can’t wait to see Wallangari and his crew perform. #naidocweek #getup #standup #showup #kingsgrovecommunity

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Looking forward to it . 👍🏻👍🏻

Check out the latest St George Leader, with our very own KCAC bus driver Max, featured on the front page and continued on page 4! Congratulations Max, we are so proud of you. ⬛️🟡🟥👏
specialpubs.austcommunitymedia.com.au/fcn/lsg/3dissue/
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Check out the latest St George Leader, with our very own KCAC bus driver Max, featured on the front page and continued on page 4! Congratulations Max, we are so proud of you. ⬛️🟡🟥👏
https://specialpubs.austcommunitymedia.com.au/fcn/lsg/3dissue/

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One of the most 'handsomus' bus drivers in the business.

Well done Max. The members of KCAC community appreciate very much what you do for them.

Congratulations Max. That's a great effort.

The world will be your oyster now Max. Now you have been seen in the paper who knows what you will driving. Maybe even driving the Prime Minister

Congratulations max 🙏🏻💐

Good on you Max proud of you

Great article leading up to our celebrations of NAIDOC week . 👍🏻👍🏻

Very impressive Max!! First Class customer service all the way.. 😁😁

Congratulations Max

Great work Max!

Congrats Max keep up the good work👍

Awesome Maxwell Dean such an important job !!! This is the local paper I grew up with xxx

Wow Maxwell Dean. Good efforts and congrats on your work write up. You’re the best, my love!!

Congratulations and excellent work 👏 Maxwell Dean

Maxwell Dean I am very proud of you 👍 Keep up your good work mate !!

Great work Maxwell. Good to see your face. Stay well mate.

👍 good work Max

Well done Max.

That's amazing Maxwell

Where is page 4? The article continues on to another page…

Good on ya Max

Well done mate

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Have a look at the July Vacation Care program coming up at Hurstville OOSH. See the link below for an enrolment form.

www.kcac.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/JULY-VACATION-CARE-2022.enrolment-002.pdf
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Have a look at the July Vacation Care program coming up at Hurstville OOSH. See the link below for an enrolment form.

https://www.kcac.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/JULY-VACATION-CARE-2022.enrolment-002.pdf
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    Head Office

    Address: 30 Morgan St., Kingsgrove 2208
    Telephone: 02 9150 7823
    Email: admin@kcac.org.au
    Website: www.kcac.org.au

    Hurstville Oosh

    Address: Hurstville Public School Forrest Rd., Hurtsville
    Telephone: 0418 481 358
    Email: hoosh@kcac.org.au

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    ABN: 77 897 124 722 | Donations over $2 are tax deductible.

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