Cabra Diggers Cares

Cabra-Vale Diggers play an active role in the community and appreciate the opportunity to serve people who live locally and those who are proud members of the Club.

We support a diverse group of 81 local community organisations ranging from education, aged care, health services to ethnic groups. To date, more than a million dollars has been donated by the Club to these important support programs. In addition, we assist our members in hospitals and nursing homes and each month we host a free seniors concert for local nursing home patients.

Recently we partnered with Catholic Care to provide a free counselling service to members and their families dealing with difficulties.

For more information please call 0408 467 601 or visit

Cabra-Diggers Cares is a new community initiative from Cabra Vale Diggers and demonstrates an even greater commitment to the community.

It is a “hands-on” project where we will be partnering with a range of community charities and organisations on specific projects. That partnership may include funding to assist a particular project, volunteering, in-kind assistance and promotion

If you have a project that you feel may make a good partner for the Cabra-Diggers Cares, tell us about it at We plan on doing six projects per year. 



In at time of the coronavirus crisis when being alone is our strongest defence, the question remains do we need to be lonely?

Well according to the team at the Cabra-Vale Diggers Group the answer is quite simply NO. Clubs play such a significant role in maintaining the social well-being for many of its members in the community. From the ladies that line up early morning to reserve their favourite bingo table to the elderly patron who’s highlight of his day is to be served his favourite cup of warm coffee from the staff members who knows him by name. These things, albeit trivial, are crucial to the existence of so many.

So, while the doors are closed for regular business, the team at Cabra-Vale Diggers Group have decided to maintain its role in the community by calling each member, one at a time, to simply ask the question, “how are you?”. This simple question has become a key to helping so many. From those who just love to chat, to those who have advised of their hardships and worries as they self-isolate from the community. “As the conversations evolve, we are discovering more personally the individual needs of our members and are acting accordingly, “said Boris Belevski, group CEO.

Click here to see our full story as featured on Channel 9 news


We are delighted to be finalist in the CLUB NSW Community Awards – Thank you to our partners helping the club support local initiatives.


The Club supports our local community through many different ways, one of them is the Club Grants Program. This short video which was produced in June 2021 showcases one of the many projects supported by the Club.

The Hume Community Housing Group with funds from the Club Grants program introduced the
Tenant’s Voice Forum and Mini Expo as part of the 2020-2021 grants program. The forums are held on a regular basis and is an opportunity for the tenants to raise issues affecting where they live.

The mini expo involves inviting different local services along to engage with them by providing assistance and support to the individual.



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The Club supports our local community through many different ways, one of them is the Club Grants Program. This short video which was produced in March 2021 showcases one of the many projects supported by the Club.

The NSW Khmer Community introduced the  “Kids in Kitchen’’ program which was designed to educate young children on the healthy eating. This is to help children to gain a better understanding of the benefits of healthy food in order to reduce obesity and set them on the right path for a healthy future.



Remembrance Day

This year due to COVID-19 and coupled with concerns for the wellbeing of our members and community, we will not be conducting a live Remembrance Day Service. Instead, we will commemorate this occasion with a virtual service which can be viewed here and on the Cabra Vale Diggers Facebook page on Wednesday 11 November from 10.45am.


For further vision of WW1 view Australia at War 1914- 1918, a  spectacular compilation of footage produced by Adrian Munn.



Cabra-Vale Diggers Club is one of 12 clubs which contribute to the local community via ClubGRANTS.

For information about the ClubGRANTS Program in Fairfield City, contact 9725 0741 between Monday and Wednesday, or email

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