OUR VISION AND MISSION
Our Vision is to bring comfort, hope & benevolent relief to disadvantaged groups including young people, women, children & people with disabilities & the poor.
1. Providing nutrition and budget support for families and individuals.
2. Providing rehabilitation to young people who are involved in the injustice system.
3. Providing support and counseling for domestic violence victims and drug and alcohol.
4. Providing shelter and short-term/crisis accommodation for those in need.
5. Preparing young people for future employment by providing job-ready skills and opportunities for future employment.
6. To identify talents and encourage talent growth including art, sport, and others.
7. Excursions and Playcentre groups.
8. Food and clothing relief
Current CCF Projects in Victoria
This very popular corner runs once every month to support people facing life’s challenges. In this program, we conduct activities to support people’s mental health and a chance for our clients to talk about their life and how they might be feeling.
Kids Dance Party
At the beginning of school holidays, Comfort Care Foundation hosts an end of term Kids Dance Party for all the kids where the parents come and join in too. At our previous dance parties, we had the kids demanding we have a dance party every night. They absolutely love it!
Once a month we hold a Trivia Night. When these nights are held it allows people throughout the wider community to socialize with others, feel included, and generally have a great time. The foundation tries to source different prizes from their supportive sponsors and stakeholders so there are great prizes to be won.
Once a month Comfort Care Foundation Inc. attends railway stations, bringing food to the homeless allowing these people to receive some nourishing food which they might not bother to source themselves, giving them a chance to relax, eat and chat in an accepting environment.
Comfort Care Choir
Friday’s will see Comfort Care Foundation Inc. taking up singing lessons. We endeavor to further our skills by performing mini-shows over different community platforms. This includes performing concerts in retirement homes and more, spreading joy and comfort to our elder generations.
This program teaches employment skills, which help build capacity on young people, in turn helping them achieve positive employment outcomes, make new friends, and improve their overall self-esteem.
Transitional Homeless Home
CCF is opening a transitional homeless home in Wyndham, Victoria for men, women & young people. Soon, we are planning to open separate transition homes for men, women, young people, and families who have experienced domestic violence.