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Thomastown Neighbourhood House

Thomastown Neighbourhood House is a Not-for-Profit organisation which has the charitable purpose of advancing social and public welfare by:

  • Providing benevolence and relief to disadvantage families

  • Advancing mental health and preventing social isolation;

  • Providing a physical location where it supports individuals to undertake activities, or work on projects, in the company of others


Community Activities: Social Connection & Wellness

Thomastown Neighbourhood House is based at the Thomastown Library and Community Centre (52 Main St, Thomastown) and we provide a wide range of free, weekly activities for the community to access for connection and well being.  Activities include: 'Community Craft Connections', 'Arabic Playgroup', 'Promisetown Playgroup', 'Little Diggers', 'All Seasons', 'Let's Move', 'Mindful Meditation' and 'Women's Painting Circle'.  Please visit the Weekly Activities page for further information.

Community Events: Promisetown Picnic & Markets

Thomastown Neighbourhood House has a proud history of producing vibrant and creative community events.  In 2022, TNH launched the Promisetown Picnic & Markets.  Taking place at the beautiful Thomastown Recreation Aquatic Centre Outdoor Play Space, these events have been supported by the City of Whittlesea Community Events Funding Program.  This free multicultural community celebration features markets, kids art activities, community performances, food trucks, face painting, dancing and street theatre. 

Next Promisetown Picnic Date: Sat 2nd March, 2024

Food Relief: Project Us Foundation

We know times are hard and the price of everything has risen.  For sum of us, it's becoming harder to provide fresh, nutritious food for our families.  Project Us is here for you.  Go to our Food Relief page and scan the QR code to sign up for a Halal Fresh Food Box comprising of fresh halal poultry and vegetables on a fortnightly basis for pick up in Thomastown.

Commitment to Child Safety

TNH is a child-safe organisation. All children or young people who attend services, programs and events delivered by, and spaces managed by, TNH have the right to feel and be safe. We have zero tolerance of child abuse are committed to creating and maintaining a safe and empowering environment, where protecting children and preventing and responding to child abuse is embedded in our culture.

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