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> Live > Your Community > Community Funding
The City of Greater Dandenong provides financial assistance in the form of grants and donations to community groups and individuals for activities that will benefit local residents. For an overview of Council’s community funding programs please see the table below. If you require further assistance please contact Council's Community Funding Team on 8571 1432 or email commgrants@cgd.vic.gov.au . ATTENTION: If you have already started an application, please login by clicking this...
> Your Council > Advocacy > Current Advocacy Campaigns > Greater Dandenong Council Advocacy and Practical Response to the changes to the Federal Status Resolution Services (SRSS) Program
Changes by the Federal Government to the SRSS (Status Resolution Support Services) program are concerning many Victorian Councils as it will cut all income and case management support of many people seeking asylum and dramatically increase the demand for material aid resources at the local municipality level. This action will likely leave many people destitute and requests for places to live, money for clothes, food and medicine, will only escalate and there will likely be an impact on soci...
> Play > Visit Greater Dandenong > Greater Dandenong Food Experiences
Address: 12 Queens Ave, Springvale VIC 3171 |  Phone: (03) 8555 2343 Facebook , Instagram  and Website From an interview with Alex that has been edited. The thought-process behind Cultural Commons began in early 2014. I got together with my business partner and executive chef John, and we decided that we wanted to create something funky and different for the locals living in this multicultural community. We were looking for a place and, luckily...
> Your Council > Council Meetings
About council meeting agendas The agenda for each council meeting is available from 12pm the Thursday prior to the meeting:  from this web page (see below) at Council's Customer Service Centres at each council meeting About council meeting minutes The minutes from each council meeting are available approximately four days after the meeting:  from this web page (see below) at Council Customer Service Centres ...
> Your Council > Council Meetings > Council Meeting Agendas and Minutes
Ordinary Meeting of Council To be held in the Council Chamber, 225 Lonsdale Street, Dandenong Commencing at 7pm   Agenda 24 September 2018 - full document including attachments (PDF - 8.9MB) Note: If you are having difficulty accessing the Agenda due to the file size or if the images are unclear or inadequate, please contact Council...
> Public Spaces and Public Squares
Virtual tours give you an opportunity to have a look at Council facilities and how to find your way before you visit. These 360 degree tours include things such as what the entrances looks like, what the rooms look like, where to park and where accessible parking bays are located. People with disabilities, carers, or therapists may need to plan a trip before attending and another useful feature is how to locate the toilets. Four of the locations have accredited Changing Places facilities (...
> Live > Your Council Services > Aged, Disability & Carer Services > Disability Services
Virtual tours give you an opportunity to have a look at Council facilities and how to find your way before you visit. These 360 degree tours include things such as what the entrances looks like, what the rooms look like, where to park and where accessible parking bays are located. People with disabilities, carers, or therapists may need to plan a trip before attending and another useful feature is how to locate the toilets. Four of the locations have accredited Changing Places facilities (...
> Live > Your Community > Diversity
Jump to: Refugee Welcome Zone Greater Dandenong People Seeking Asylum and Refugees Plan 2018-21 Refugee and Asylum Seeker Statement Joint statement on asylum seekers living in the community Asylum Seeker and Refugee Advisory Committee Diversity planning committees Services and programs for refugees and asylum seekers The City of Greater Dandenong is the most culturally diverse community in Australia, with residents from 1...
> Play > Plan your Event
Council offers an excellent range of low-cost, high-quality facilities for hire in and around Greater Dandenong. Many of the halls are perfect for functions including weddings, dinner dances, debutante balls, concerts, swap meets, private parties and so on. Smaller rooms are also available, which are suitable for meetings, training sessions and seminars. Hire fees The fees vary for each venue, including hire costs, staffing and equipment costs and security d...
> Your Council > Advocacy > Current Advocacy Campaigns
The City of Greater Dandenong has taken a lead role in advocating against recent federal government changes to the eligibility criteria for the Status Resolution Support Services (SRSS) for people seeking asylum. In Greater Dandenong, we have almost 2,000 people seeking asylum in the community awaiting a decision. The majority will be affected by these changes to the SRSS program and these people will continue to face significant challenges in finding employment. Loss of income and case manag...
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Tuesday, 09 October 2018  12pm
As part of the Seniors Festival, join in a with a group for women to work on their craft projects, while enjoying each others company...
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