Community is everything to us here at Moonee Ponds Central. Building positive relationships, providing charitable support and enriching our neighbourhood is an important part of what we do. Why do we do it? Because a thriving community is a win for everyone, and at the centre of that community is you.
For our team, it’s about understanding your needs and values so that we can effectively contribute to the local area. Throughout the year we support a number of community groups and sporting clubs, sponsor local events and festivals and get involved with local council initiatives. That’s in addition to the community service programs, like our Mums & Co program and Nappy Collective, and charitable pop ups and activations we offer in centre. Through our Mums & Co initiative we support Mummy's Wish, a national charity supporting mums living with cancer.
At Christmas time, we will be supporting a local not for profit charity. If you wish to apply for the position, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At a national level, Mirvac know that what supports our society as a whole improves the places they create. Investment in activities that enhance health and wellbeing within communities, as well as strengthen social inclusion, demonstrates a real and long-term commitment, both within and beyond the centre doors. Employment initiatives, cultural installations and volunteering programs are just some of the ways in which Mirvac makes a difference along with support for its national charity partner – The Smith Family.
There’s always more we can do. We invite you to help shape our community by submitting your idea or cause for consideration or by making a community booking to fundraise or generate awareness in our centre. To make a community booking, please complete the below form or if you would like us to support your charity, club or group in any other way, please contact us at Centre Management on 03 9695 9864 or email us at email@example.com. We’re wholehearted about helping to make our community great. Being part of that community comes down to you.