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Knox Emergency Relief Network

The Knox Emergency Relief Network is a network of agencies and organisations that provide emergency relief and material aid such as food vouchers and food parcels to people in financial crisis living within the City of Knox.

The objectives of the network are:

  • To provide networking opportunities for members
  • To create better links between services
  • To support individuals within the network and provide professional learning opportunities
  • To advocate on client’s behalf around systemic issues (eg, housing stress, food stress); and
  • To explore collaboration and partnerships between providers.

Who runs the Network?

The Network is attended by local community agencies and supported by Knox Infolink.

Who is the Network for?

Membership is open to emergency relief and material aid providers in Knox and community service providers who support and have close links to emergency relief and material aid providers in Knox.


Meetings provide time for agency information, emerging trends, news, case studies, a coffee break to allow for informal networking and a specialist speaker.

The Network holds its meetings five times per year between 1:30pm - 3:30pm at a rotating venue.

9761 1797 St Paul's Anglican Church
Cnr Dorset Road and William Street, Boronia
9761 1325 Knox Infolink - at the Progress Hall
134 Rear, 134 Boronia Road, Boronia
9762 6732 Boronia Road Uniting Church
Crn Boronia Road and Ziesing Court, Boronia
9764 3738 Wellington Care Centre
Crn Wellington Road and Le John Street, Rowville
9871 8900 CityLife Care
1248 High Street Road, Wantirna

For more information

Knox Infolink are currently responsible for convening the Knox Emergency Relief Network. Please contact Knox Infolink on 9761 1325.

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