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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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Today the KCAC “Able & Loving it” disability group, went bowling at Manhattan Superbowl, which makes you feel like you’re back in the 70s era. The participants had an amazing time competing with their team. Well done to Sam for achieving the highest score!! 👏🎳😀🎳
The game was followed by lunch at the venue and arcade games.
This activity was made possible through the Bayside Clubs Grants, a
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Today the KCAC “Able & Loving it” disability group, went bowling at Manhattan Superbowl, which makes you feel like you’re back in the 70s era. The participants had an amazing time competing with their team. Well done to Sam for achieving the highest score!! 👏🎳😀🎳
The game was followed by lunch at the venue and arcade games. 
This activity was made possible through the Bayside Clubs Grants, a

The Tuesday Seniors Social Support group attended the Bankstown Sports Club for lunch, where the inside looks like a beautiful garden. ... See MoreSee Less

The Tuesday Seniors Social Support group attended the Bankstown Sports Club for lunch, where the inside looks like a beautiful garden.

The Friday Chinese Seniors Social Support group has been having some great weather for their outings. They have also been trying their hand at some floral art. ... See MoreSee Less

The Friday Chinese Seniors Social Support group has been having some great weather for their outings. They have also been trying their hand at some floral art.

The Hurstville OOSH children enjoying their new equipment, which is part of our “Be Safe With Us” project, supported by the Department of Education via the VC Transition Support program.

KCAC provides quality out of school hours care and vacation care from the on the Hurstville Public School grounds. If you need out of school hours care or vacation care support, please call the centre director on 0418481358 or our head office on 91507823.
Hurstville Public School
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The Hurstville OOSH children enjoying their new equipment, which is part of our “Be Safe With Us” project, supported by the Department of Education via the VC Transition Support program. 

KCAC provides quality out of school hours care and vacation care from the on the Hurstville Public School grounds. If you need out of school hours care or vacation care support, please call the centre director on 0418481358 or our head office on 91507823. 
Hurstville Public School

It was Christmas in July for the KCAC disability group yesterday at the centre. There were carols playing, artworks being created and a delicious roast lunch, finished off by a dessert of fruit cake and custard.

The “Able and loving it” project has been made possible thanks to the Bayside Clubs Grants. This project has supported the extra curricular activities for the participants that attend the disability program.

If you would like to join this group, please call Rose on 91507823.

We are grateful to EBP RSL CLUB (Earlwood Bardwell Park RSL Club) and Kingsgrove RSL Club for their support.
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It was Christmas in July for the KCAC disability group yesterday at the centre. There were carols playing, artworks being created and a delicious roast lunch, finished off by a dessert of fruit cake and custard. 

The “Able and loving it” project has been made possible thanks to the Bayside Clubs Grants. This project has supported the extra curricular activities for the participants that attend the disability program.

If you would like to join this group, please call Rose on 91507823.

We are grateful to EBP RSL CLUB (Earlwood Bardwell Park RSL Club) and Kingsgrove RSL Club for their support.

Have a look at our Autumn newsletter in the link below to see what has been happening and what is coming up at KCAC!

www.kcac.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/KCAC-AUTUMN-NEWSLETTER-2022.pdf
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Have a look at our Autumn newsletter in the link below to see what has been happening and what is coming up at KCAC!

https://www.kcac.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/KCAC-AUTUMN-NEWSLETTER-2022.pdf

On Wednesday the 20th July, the KCAC “Able & Loving It” disability group, created some indigenous art, boomerang masterpieces. This was followed by a delicious lunch of freshly made hamburger’s and chips. 🎨 🪃 🍔 🍟 They really enjoyed this activity.

🦌 Coming up next week, we celebrate Christmas in July! There will be dressing up, carols and a yummy roast lunch. There will also be art and craft.🎄

If you would like to come along for a free trial, give us a call on 91507823. This group has a lot of fun together and we would love to welcome more participants to enjoy these activities with them.
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On Wednesday the 20th July, the KCAC “Able & Loving It” disability group, created some indigenous art, boomerang masterpieces. This was followed by a delicious lunch of freshly made hamburger’s and chips. 🎨 🪃 🍔 🍟 They really enjoyed this activity. 

🦌 Coming up next week, we celebrate Christmas in July! There will be dressing up, carols and a yummy roast lunch. There will also be art and craft.🎄 

If you would like to come along for a free trial, give us a call on 91507823. This group has a lot of fun together and we would love to welcome more participants to enjoy these activities with them.
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We acknowledge the Traditional owners of the land which we meet, walk, work and live. We acknowledge the elders past and present and the care they have given this country.

Contact Us

    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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