Ku-ring-gai Neighbourhood Centre (KNC) is a non-profit organisation that provides support and
services to residents in the Ku-ring-gai area in any way it can. KNC is located at St Ives Shopping
Village and has been providing information and support services since 1979.
"How may I help?" are likely to be the most frequently uttered words you will hear if you visit. KNC
is a Community Centre and Information Hub and provides a range of services to the local community
including public-use computers, facilities to print, copy, scan, fax, email, laminate, book recycling and
a Justice of the Peace available Monday-Friday.
KNC is a leading provider of aged care services that assist individuals to remain living independently in their own homes. KNC offers a Wellness Program to support community members to thrive. All are welcome.
KNC supports people with disabilities, and their families, navigate the health and social care systems, access the services they require, when they require them, to maximise opportunities and to live independently.
KNC specifically supports seven Dementia cafes, offers a Dementia Advisory Service, as well as supporting wellness activities for isolated, and senior citizens in our community. KNC supports people from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, migrants, refugees, families. Helping people remain connected to our community.
For further information: Call 99884966 or email info@knc .org.au
Funds raised from the St Ives Food and Wine Festival are shared equally between Ku-ring-gai Neighbourhood Centre and Rotary Youth and Community Projects. Our Youth Programs include: Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment, Model United Nations Assembly, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, National Youth Science Forum, Ku-ring-gai Youth Hub. Our Community Projects include: The Christmas Tree of Joy, Bobbin Head Cycle Classic, Clean Up St Ives and BEDES Community Garden, The Cromehurst Foundation and Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Women's Shelter.
For further information visit: www.stivesrotary.org.au or Facebook.com/StIvesRotaryNSW