Connecting People
Mercy Community connects you to the services you need to live the life you want, whatever your circumstances.
Connecting People.
Mercy Community is an organisation committed to connecting people to the services they need to live the life they want, whatever their circumstances.
Connecting People.
Mercy Community is an organisation committed to connecting people to the services they need to live the life they want, whatever their circumstances.
Connecting People.
Mercy Community is an organisation committed to connecting people to the services they need to live the life they want, whatever their circumstances.
Connecting People.
Mercy Community is an organisation committed to connecting people to the services they need to live the life they want, whatever their circumstances.
Every day, people need our support.

Cookery Nook

Good food, good cause

Our dynamic catering service supports people with disability to learn new skills through meaningful employment.

Give back to your community while enjoying delicious food!

Mercy Community is a People Safe Organisation – Staff and Client safety is our #1 priority – we support, value, protect and respect people of all abilities, backgrounds and ages. Mercy Community has a zero tolerance policy for abuse, neglect and violence. 

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Mercy Community is granted approval for new 90-bed residential aged care building in Rockhampton

The Rockhampton Regional Council has approved the plans for the construction of a new 90-bed residential care building to replace the aging Bethany building in …

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Mercy Community Lowood Team wins Child Protection Week Award

Pictured above, left to right: Tanya Darney, Jo Barton, Helen Moorhouse, Terri McCabe and Olivia McDonagh.  Mercy Community is pleased to announce that the Lowood …

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Multicultural Disaster Management Team wins Qld Resilient Australia Community Award

The Mercy Community Families and Young People team in Toowoomba are joint winners of the Queensland 2022 Resilient Australia Community Award in collaboration with Toowoomba …

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Group of participants

Gold-standard multicultural work in Toowoomba

Toowoomba Disaster Management working group. 16 different languages spoken, 1 award nomination, many strong connections forged. Jane Williamson (centre front); Nestor Kangudia (front, to the …

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Leading from the heart: Meet Mengistu Hailu

For the past six years, Mengistu Hailu has worked to support people seeking asylum through his role as Senior Case Coordinator at the Romero Centre …

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Mercy Community’s Social Enterprise gets a new look website

Cookery Nook has long been a part of Mercy Community, having supported people with disabilities since the 1970’s.  With the rollout of the NDIS across …

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Connecting you to the support you need