Welcome to South Eastern Community Connect

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Together in community.

South Eastern Community Connect is a non-profit organisation. 

We run life-enhancing community centres in Eastlakes, Mascot and Darling Point, Sydney.

We reduce social isolation and promote wellbeing in south-east Sydney via quality services and programs for families, seniors and the wider community. 

We remind people they are never alone. 

We are together in community.

Families

Our services for families include Supported Playgroups, the Mascot Toy Library, Out of School Hours Care, and wellbeing programs.

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YOUNG PEOPLE

We support the wellbeing of young people in the community. We assist with their immediate needs while helping them plan for the future.

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Seniors

We care about older people in the community and are funded to provide group outings, community transport, and shopping assistance.

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Outreach

Community

We offer dynamic programs for people of all ages to connect, grow together, and support the community of South East Sydney.

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Latest News

JP services on hold

JP services on hold

Apologies, but SECC is not offering JP services at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Curious about the history of SECC?

Curious about the history of SECC?

South Eastern Community Connect has a wide, interesting and rich history. Why not discover more about your local neighbourhood centre? SECC volunteer Catherine Schulte did some research and shares how SECC has evolved over the last 43 years.

“Thank you for the pre-packed meals and food box during COVID-19. I’m feeling overwhelmed, as no one has ever done this before.” 

Jon, Mascot

South Eastern Community Connect acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, First Nations People as the indigenous and traditional custodians of the land and the water on which we rely. We celebrate First Nations People’s continued cultural and spiritual connections to our Country and recognise the significance of First Nations People’s cultures and voices. We acknowledge the ongoing leadership role of the Indigenous community and that our First Nations People are best placed to determine the culturally appropriate path for support within their communities. We are committed to working with and supporting the First Nations People and strive to acknowledge and support their knowledge and traditions. We are focused on implementing best policies and procedures which are ingrained in our organisations’ culture and practices. We aim to develop a collaborative planning and working model to meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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