How you can help?

You can help CDCC in lots of ways. You can volunteer, make a financial donation, donate children’s toys that are new or in excellent condition, you can donate women’s clothes that are in excellent condition, or maybe you have furniture or bedding to donate to a family in need? If you are keen to help out, please call or email us for a chat so we can give you the details you need to get involved reception@cooktowndcc.org.au or (07) 4082 1400 .

Volunteering

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Are you interested in becoming a CDCC volunteer? CDCC needs volunteers to assist with event management, community engagement, and lots of other areas. We put on programs and events for the community from children to seniors, and there’s lots of variety that you could potentially get involved in. If you’re keen to join our wonderful organisation please email us at reception@cooktowndcc.org.au or call (07) 4082 1400.

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Services Australia will be @ CDCC on Monday 22nd July 1:30-4:30pm. See information flyers below ... See MoreSee Less

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Community Members of the flood affected areas; Degarra, Bloomfield Valley, Rossville and Wujal Wujal are invited to come down to the Wujal Wujal Church for access to free household items and clothing.
Please note: Donations are not being accepted across the region, anyone wishing to pledge a donation can do so online at givit.org.au. For specific enquiries, please contact Gungarde or CDCC.
Supported by Wujal Wujal Community, Gungarde Community Centre Aboriginal Corporation, GIVIT, CDCC, Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation and Community Recovery
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Community Members of the flood affected areas; Degarra, Bloomfield Valley, Rossville and Wujal Wujal are invited to come down to the Wujal Wujal Church for access to free household items and clothing. 
Please note: Donations are not being accepted across the region, anyone wishing to pledge a donation can do so online at givit.org.au. For specific enquiries, please contact Gungarde or CDCC. 
Supported by Wujal Wujal Community, Gungarde Community Centre Aboriginal Corporation, GIVIT, CDCC, Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation and Community Recovery

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MIni Fishing Comp on on NOW at Youth Chill Zone!
Unfortunately, we have had to cancel Laser Tag, but it's been replaced with a mini fishing comp! Join us in our chill zone and visit our youth workers to register, starting at 10 a.m. at William Daku Park. The competition runs until 2 p.m., and all catches must be made from the water's edge at the park. Please note, this is an unsupervised event, for participants aged 12 and older.
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MIni Fishing Comp on on NOW at Youth Chill Zone! 
Unfortunately, we have had to cancel Laser Tag, but its been replaced with a mini fishing comp! Join us in our chill zone and visit our youth workers to register, starting at 10 a.m. at William Daku Park. The competition runs until 2 p.m., and all catches must be made from the waters edge at the park. Please note, this is an unsupervised event, for participants aged 12 and older.
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