• About JWCC
  • Board of management and staff
  • Volunteers are vital programs
  • Partnerships and sponsors

About JWCC

Jamieson Way Community Centre is a not for profit incorporated association established in 2005. The centre has developed and evolved into a vibrant hub providing a wide range of services and programs that meet the needs of our diverse community.

JWCC is an integrated centre including a kindergarten, Maternal and Child Health and a tennis and netball precinct. The building and surrounds are maintained by Wyndham City Council.

Our Vision

A welcoming centre that connects people and facilitates the growth of community spirit.

Our Purpose

To foster community engagement and a sense of belonging by providing access to relevant activities and services.

Our Values

Integrity – Innovation – Teamwork – Communication – Collaboration – Financial Integrity

Our Principles

Learn – To provide services, programs and workshops to enable our community to come together to learn and update skills or discover the delight of learning something new.

Share – Skill sharing, knowledge sharing and social sharing are a main part of our focus. We offer the opportunities to come together, engage, meet new friends and share ideas.

Evolve – To evaluate, develop and achieve gradually whilst meeting the growing needs of our community

Core Funding

Wyndham City Council budgeted funding and Victorian Government Neighbourhood House Coordination Program. Additional funding is generated by venue hire, programs, fundraising and project grants.

Board members

An independent volunteer Board of Management made up of community members governs the Jamieson Way Community Centre Inc. Board members add specialist knowledge and skills to the governance of the centre.

The Board of Management has the overall responsibility to develop and adhere to policy and good practice.

Expressions of interest for board members are welcome – contact the centre for more information.

Staff members

A dedicated and friendly team including a Centre Manager and Community Assistants support the community and coordinate the day-to-day operations of the centre.

Volunteer Involvement Program

Volunteers are an integral part of the centre – they provide support, expertise, skills, share hobbies and a helping hand – their assistance is vital.

The centre invites you to consider giving back to the community and volunteering at JWCC. Whether you can offer several days or several hours every little bit helps and is appreciated.

If you are interested we would love to hear from you.

Programs and Activities

JWCC provides a wide range of services, programs and activities including playgroup, social and support activities, training and educational programs, information and referral services. Our centre programs cater for all ages and abilities and all community members are welcome to engage, learn and share at the centre. We love new ideas and suggestions!

JWCC programs and services are supported by Wyndham City Council and the Victorian State Government.

Partnerships and sponsors

 Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centres

Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centres

Barry Plant

Barry Plant

Barry Plant Point Cook has proudly sponsored the Point Cook Community Market since the very beginning in 2007 and continues to do so.

Network West

Network West

Network West supports and resources neighbourhood houses and community centres in Melbourne’s West

Wyndham City

Wyndham City