Community involvement

We support activities that encourage Victorian's to become involved in their community.

Young people in the community

Young people can get involved in many activities in the community. This involvement builds stronger relationships across cultural and age divides and promotes wider opportunities for education, training and employment.

For more information, see Young people in the community.

People with a disability in the community

The Victorian Government is committed to supporting people with a disability, their families and carers.

For more information, see People with a disability in Victoria

Public Tenant Employment Program

The Public Tenant Employment Program helps public housing residents gain hands on experience to get into the workforce. Business and industry can provide training and employment opportunities. Get in touch to find out more. For more information, see Public Tenant Employment Program.

Men's Shed Program

Men's sheds provide a place for men to get together, work on common projects and contribute to their community.

For more information, see Men's Shed Program.

In your neighbourhood

Getting involved in activities in your neighbourhood helps to build a sense of belonging to the place you live. By contributing to your neighbourhood and taking part in community events, you develop friendships and ties within your community.

For more information, see In your neighbourhood.


Volunteering builds a stronger and more inclusive Victoria.

For more information, see Volunteering.