To offer support to those in the community who are experiencing financial, emotional, material, personal or relational distress, trauma, grief, isolation or hardship due to health, unemployment or other unforseen circumstances.
To encourage, empower, equip and support people in their personal or family lives and to assist with other community organisations to deliver services that enhances people’s lives by connecting them more greatly with the wider community.
To assist people in developing and maintaining healthy relationships.
Restore Community Care Committee
Sarah Van Estrop
Restore Community Care opened its doors, providing food parcels to the disadvantaged and underprivileged in the local community, along with operating a ‘Brunch Program’ one day per week at a local Secondary College feeding up to 120 students during their morning recess. Refugees were also assisted with food, clothing, bedding and bathroom products, household items, clothing, regular bread deliveries and English Language Classes.
Restore Community Care moved into a new building, sharing a section of the building of Restore Community Church, with its own entrance off Seismic Crt, from its Laser Drive address. Since this time Restore Community Care has operated as a Crisis Care Centre with a wide range of services, concentrating on emergency food relief to the residents of Knox as well as surrounding suburbs.