With our partners, AMCS reduce social isolation, improve the wellbeing of seniors and alleviate financial hardship for individuals from every culture and diversity.
Throughout the years, AMCS has organised:
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We have collaborated with AMCS on a couple of projects over the past few years and each time, it has been a great experience. The friendly, passionate and knowledgeable staff are extremely dedicated to improving the lives of clients and understanding what they need. When we work together, it is a true partnership. Their open-minded attitudes are refreshing and their can-do approach means anything is possible. AMCS has such a positive and wide reaching influence on the communities they support. We look forward to our next project together.
Maribyrnong City Council has close links with AMCS. We have worked together many times over the years and have had enormous success with our creative and collaborative projects that have had a positive impact upon the lives of people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds. AMCS has always been open to exploring new ideas and working together with us to make them a reality. Our CALD community in Maribyrnong has benefited from this partnership and we hope to continue to work together into the future.
Over the past 12 months, RACV Emergency Goods Assist (EGA) service has delivered 130,000 nutritious meals and emergency food boxes to Victorians in need. In March this year, we completed our final delivery. EGA would not have had the impact it did without organisations such as yours, ensuring families and communities impacted by COVID-19 received access to healthy food. We have enjoyed supporting AMCS to help those within your community.
The Western Bulldogs Community Foundation has been fortunate to partner with AMCS on the Moving for Life — The Way I Like It project. Through the partnership, we engaged culturally diverse and socially isolated seniors living in Melbourne’s west in physical activity and health and wellbeing initiatives. The insights gained from the project and working with AMCS will enable the Western Bulldogs Community Foundation to better engage and support our diverse community. We look forward to future opportunities to partner with AMCS.