About Us

What We Do

We provide opportunities for people to learn, reskill flourish and grow, regardless of their visa status.

We organise community events and multicultural celebrations.

We promote cultural awareness.

We distribute emergency supplies and food at difficult times.

We take a stand against family & domestic violence, and support victims of FDV.

We offer free support and referrals on issues affecting our members.

We offer free and low-cost training and workshops

Certificate in Care

Certificate in Cleaning

Civic Responsibility

Community Services

Digital Skills

Domestic Violence Awareness, Support and Information

Education Support

Employability

Family Law in Australia

First Aid

Fishing & Crabbing – seasons and sizes

Food Handling with work placement and online certificate

Healing through Arts and Crafts

Healthy Cooking Demos

Hepatitis B Awareness

Job Search & Resumes

Legal Rights

Meditation with the Didgeridoo

Money Management & Budgeting

Multicultural Dancing – all abilities

Online Driving Licence

Origami and other crafts

Physical and Mental Wellbeing

Qi-Gong

Sewing & Dressmaking

Swim to Survive

Tai Chi

Tenancy Rights and Obligations 

Traditional Chinese Drumming

Visa Applications & Citizenships 

 

Our members are given priority access to our events & free training 

We host or participate in the following events:

Asian Cook-ups

Australia Day Celebrations

Bendigo Community Bank Halls Head Raffle

Bunnings Night Market

Celebratory Gala Nights

Chinese New Year

Clean Up Australia Day

Dance Classes and Public Performances

Digital Mentoring

English Conversation Classes

Festival of Flowers

 

Festival of Nations

Harmony Week

International Volunteer Day

Kids Against Violence

Mandurah Christmas Lights Trail

Mandurah Christmas Pageant

Mehregan Festival

Multicultural Chat Group

Persian New Year – Nowruz

Philippine Independence Day

Rotary Duck Race Raffle

Rotary Swap Meet

Rise, Walk & Shine Litter Pick-up 

Thank-a-Volunteer Day

Volunteer Recognition 

 

Peel Multicultural Association is a member of PEEL SAYS NO TO VIOLENCE

As members of the Family & Domestic Violence – Peel Interagency Network, we pledge alliance to Peel Says No to Violence by:

Holding workshops and information sessions to educate, inform, support and refer families at risk of violence;

Partnering with local organisations and participating in local initiatives to keep families safe;

Standing up and speaking out to support gender equality and Australian values in the CaLD community.

Our History

Peel Multicultural Association is an incorporated association of volunteers who have been providing advocacy, information, support, advice, integration, guidance, referrals, visa assistance, job search and domestic violence awareness in the Peel Region since we first formed in 1991 when our group was called the Peel Filipino & Multicultural Association Inc.

The association changed to its current name in 2008 to reflect the rich multicultural community in the Peel region. 

Not only do we hold free and low-cost workshops for our members and the CaLD community (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse), we also foster community integration and promote cultural awareness through our events and multicultural performances.

Our management committee meets at least monthly to manage the association, its activities and events.

Our Management Committee

President: Virginia Pitts 0428 888 575

Vice President: Vacant

Secretary: Emma Goff

Treasurer: Salvador Dy

Digital Communications: Linda Thorpe

Volunteer Coordinator: Rodger Graham

Sewing Coordinator: Lorna Butchart

Kereshmeh Dance Group: Mehri Kalani

Sunflower Dance Group

Jane Christie

Yueyan Dahlitz

Paula Uang

Events Assistants

Renneth Caspillo

Corazon Lay