Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Senator Kate Lundy thanked Brisbane’s Multicultural Community Centre (MCC)
Multicultural Community Centre(MCC) had the privilege to welcome a very special guest, Senator Kate Lundy, Minister for Multicultural Affairs on 10th May 2013. The Federal government has been providing funds to several organization including MCC to support new migrants and refugees through the settlement grants program. Having heard about the extensive assistance MCC provides for migrants and refugees in Brisbane, the minister graciously wished to visit MCC in person and offer her appreciation to Mrs Jeannie Mok, Director of MCC. The visit was a wonderful opportunity for the Senator to meet and mix with the diverse clients of MCC. The visit also ...
Lord Mayor’s Refugee Welcome Ceremony 2013
The Lord Mayor’s Refugee Welcome Ceremony was held at Brisbane City Hall, Wednesday 17th April. Pictured here is Ms. Jeannie Mok, Volunteer Director meeting some of the new entrants to Australia.
28 Members of a Chinese Delegation Visit MCC
A Chinese Delegation (28 Government Officers) visited MCC to learn about our experience and expertise in Multicultural Work for CALD clients in Australia. These special guests had the opportunity to go through MCC’s various projects and services. At the end, they were truly impressed with the outcomes MCC has achieved. The 28 Chinese Government Officers at MCC Cammyfrom MCC greeted the special guests with a Chinese Song that talks about Multiculturalism The leader of the group expressing his gratitude Morning tea with Q&A
Upcoming Training 2013
Time to renew your First Aid or CPR? or Time to get one for your job? MCC offers monthly training at the cheapest rate in the market in a partnership with API. Call us to book for your spot to avoid disappointment!
Green Army Graduation 2012
Multicultural Community Centre (MCC) employed 10 participants for 18 weeks to undertake a flood restoration project at Teralba Park, Mitchelton, Stringybark Park, Chermside West and Cabbage Tree Creek Reserve, Taigum. The January 2011 floods caused extensive damage to the parks by way of high volumes of debris entangling native trees and plants. The scale and scope of work required to restore the site involved a considerable amount of resources including manpower and equipment. Project participants assisted Brisbane City Council to complete activities to enhance the condition of the park which included the removal and stacking of debris from along the creek bank for removal by BCC. All three ...