Who are we and why is the Queen of Hearts Community Foundation important?
What we do have to Offer?
Making the decision to see a counsellor can be an unfamiliar process for many. Some people feel a little anxious when they first contact the Queen of Hearts Communication Foundation, or when they attend for their first appointment.
The Foundation team members take the time to put clients at ease, and provide a referral when required, plus appropriate information and resources.
The Queen of Hearts Community Foundation liaises and provides referrals with highly trained, qualified professionals including fully registered lawyers. The Foundation’s overriding aim is to provide peace of mind and the right advice for those in need of support.
- Providing a safe haven to discuss your concerns
(no appointment needed)
- Browse and take away Free Brochure QOHCF information sheets and booklets
- Obtain free and confidential information and referrals
- A welcome environment to check out our community notice board, to rest on our comfy couch, or to just chat over a cup of tea or coffee
- QOHCF provides experienced court support volunteers who prepare and support victims and witnesses required to testify in court. This work includes explaining court processes, informing individuals of their rights under the Charter of Victims’ Rights, and accompanying and supporting victims and witnesses during any conferences relating to the crime.
Child Safety Presentation
- To schools, groups and businesses
- Come along to one of the Foundation’s events
- Seek assistance for you own QOHCF fundraising event
- Collect a donation tin for your workplace
The QOHCF values their volunteers whether in administration, grant application, advocacy, events or assisting at our drop-in centre or workshops. Get involved by volunteering with the QOHCF.
“NO ACT OF KINDNESS,
NO MATTER HOW SMALL,
IS EVER WASTED.”
Queen of Hearts Community Foundation is a registered Not for Profit Foundation and is Non Government Funded. We rely soley on fundraising and donations from businesses and the community.
“It’s the best starting point: getting everything into perspective and working out a plan of action…”
“I can go at my own pace and I feel valued, supported and safe here.”
“The best defense that we have is for an entire community from businesses to grandparents to collectively stand up against child sexual abuse”