Mordialloc Neighbourhood House is involved in many community initiatives. 


Pouches for Bushfire Affected Animals



Drop Off




At the end of 2019 and early 2020 it felt like Australia was on fire and with so many injured animals, there was a call to assist.  


Mordialloc Neighbourhood House called up anyone who could use scissors and/or a sewing machine to lend a hand.  


Combined with donations of material we started making pouches for animals great and small.  


Below is one of our dedicated members, June is still sewing to help animals in need.  


How to use Zoom

Click below to learn how to use zoom.  Connecting  to you friends, family or work has never been easier with this step by step video which will guide you through logging in and workings of the program.     

Volunteers Packing Food


Mordialloc Neighbourhood House is ensuring we are playing a role in

our community recycling. 


We are a drop point for egg cartons which are passed onto

Pantry 5000 for them to reuse. 


We collect bottle caps for projects such as:

  • Buddy Benches for schools, parks, churches and community  organisations

  • Small tables and stools for playgroups, kindergartens, pre-schools     and other children’s groups

  • Bricks for community gardens;

  • Garden pots for nurseries

  • Environmental and household items. 

We are looking at more recycling options in the future.

Recycling Bottles

Read to me 123


With so many people needing assistance during these difficult time

and with Melbourne in lockdown we reached out to our members for

an online RUOK day morning tea and game of Bingo.

It was a great event with a lot of laughs and great prizes to be won.


The opportunity was a greatway for us all to connect. As part of this

event and to help those who could not get face masks,
Joanne our sewing tutor started sewing and by the September 12th

(national RUOK Day) had made over 260 mask and raised $1300 for

the foundation.


Seniors Festival

The Victorian Seniors Festival is an important Victorian Government initiative. The Festival celebrates older Victorians and the valuable contribution they make to our community. 


Digital Literacy

Our  Digital Literacy sessions are designed to support people 55+.

These face to face workshops are run either one on one, or in small

groups and are designed to give the learner the confidence and

skills with their device.   The sessions, will cover topics such as:  

  • The absolute basics

  • Getting started online

  • Safety first

  • Online skills (socialising online, Facebook, camera)

  • Connecting to others (video calling, Skype, WhatsApp, FaceTime           and ZOOM)

  • All about data (what is data, choosing a data plan, managing data,     home data vs mobile data)

  • Wi-Fi and mobile networks

  • All about apps

  • Important sites online: Telehealth, MyGov, Consumers Affairs.

Students Typing at Their Computers

Melinda Shelley, a volunteer in our local community, understands that babies

and children need books to have a real chance in life.


Knowing that you first need to have books to be able to read to children, but

that books are a luxury when you are struggling to put food on the table. 

123Read2Me currently provides children in low socioeconomic communities

with FREE quality children's books through recycled books or new ones

purchased with cash donations. The total value of books donated to date

exceeds $3,000,000.00 (replacement value). 


They promote reading to children and support the work of over 50

organisations, most o operating in the Frankston, Mornington Peninsula, Dandenong, Casey, Kingston and Bayside Local Government Areas of Victoria. 


Mordialloc Neighbourhood House understand the importance of reading to

children and children having access to books and became a supporter and

drop point for this organisation in 2019.

Since reopening in September, we became a drop off point for food,

clothes and other items to help community organisations such as

Pantry 5000 in Aspendale and Mum Supporting Families in Need. 


With a collection a week in the months of November and December,

we were very happy to assist both these organisations help others

within the community. 

We will be continuing this commitment in 2021 with regular monthly

drives.  Whilst the time during the lead up to the Christmas holiday

period is a definite pressure point for those in need, it is not the only

time during the year that this need is felt. 


We are keen to assist throughout the year and will be working within

the community to sort how to best do this.