CBCHS is a for-cause, not-for-profit organisation providing a wide range of health, disability, child development and aged care services to more than 15,000 clients every year.  Many of our clients are differently abled, socially isolated, financially disadvantaged or exposed to other socio-economic vulnerabilities. We greatly appreciate donations and support to help improve the services we provide to our community.

There are many ways you can help including:

Donations

You can make a donation by

  1. Credit Card: donate with a credit card payment over the phone by calling 03 8587 0301
  2. Cheque: donate via cheque payable to Central Bayside Community Health Services and post it to:

CEO
Central Bayside Community Health Services
335 Nepean Hwy

Parkdale, VIC 3195

  1. Direct bank transfer: donate via bank transfer to the account listed below. Please provide your name followed by ‘- Donation’ in your bank transfer description.

Account name: Central Bayside Community Health Services
BSB: 033-060
Account number: 108436

All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

Donations will be acknowledged and a receipt provided for tax purposes.

If you would like to speak with us before making a donation, please contact us via

Leave a gift in your will

Leaving a bequest to CBCHS in your will is a wonderful way to help people in need and leave a lasting legacy to our community.

If you are interested in including CBCHS in your will, please contact us to arrange a confidential discussion with our CEO

Partner with us

We have been serving our local community for more than 30 years. We believe in the power of community support and welcome every opportunity to collaborate with like-minded individuals, groups and organisations to promote our cause and help achieve our vision of better health, wellbeing and support for our community.

Every opportunity to help has the power to make an impact that matters – whether you are an individual with a valuable skill to offer or an organisation looking to expand your corporate social responsibility through charitable giving or other initiatives in your local community, contact us to start a conversation.

Connect with our Marketing & Communications Team via:

Fundraising

If you would like to fundraise for a cause we support, we would love to hear from you! We welcome every opportunity to support individuals, groups and organisations to raise funds for worthwhile projects to help improve the services we provide to our community.

You may wish to focus your fundraise towards a specific cause, project or service we provide, such as disability services, community health, child development or aged care services. If you are keen to organise a fundraiser, contact us to start a conversation.

Connect with our Marketing & Communications Team via:

Support our Auxiliary

The CBCHS Auxiliary is a team of dedicated volunteers who use their skills in knitting, crocheting, sewing and craft to help raise funds to support our cause.  Items made by the Auxiliary are sold at the CBCHS Parkdale site with funds donated to many worthwhile projects to help improve the lives of our clients and community.

You can support the fundraising efforts of the CBCHS Auxiliary by purchasing their unique, hand-made items on display at the main reception at our Parkdale site.  Donations of second-hand books and any other items to sell via the Auxiliary shop are also welcome.

If you would like to support or join the Auxiliary, please contact the CBCHS Volunteer Coordinator via:

Volunteer your time

The gift of time as a volunteer is a very generous way to make a hands-on contribution, making a positive difference to someone’s life.  It is also a rewarding way to stay connected with our community and have fun!

There are many opportunities available to volunteer your time in areas including our disability services, exercise and fitness groups and the Community Visitors Scheme.  For more information, please contact the CBCHS Volunteer Coordinator via

Read more about volunteering opportunities:  https://www.cbchs.org.au/get-involved/volunteers