My name is Abdu Mohamed I was born in Sudan (my family is originally from Eritrean), and raised in a village called Aboda, located in east Sudan. I migrated to Australia in October 2013 at age 15. I joined Harristown High school in 2014 and finished in 2018. I’ve had work experience in the Construction […]READ MORE
We are a Not-for-Profit, Community-Based Organisation working in partnership with other community groups and organisations. For over 40 years we have supported the Toowoomba social and education communities.
We facilitate and support a culture of lifelong learning, continuous growth and evolution of ideas. We provide practical tools and solutions in education, sustainable practices and positive, meaningful community interaction.
Our team behind the successful Job Assist Expo held on 10 February 2020 at Toowoomba City Library, were CEDAR Centre trainees of ‘The Diversity Project’: Kelly Mutzelberg, Mitchell Slattery, Michael Hunter, Dilveen Khider, Michael Gorring, Claire Whittaker, Zoe Tsaliagoes and Amie Klein. Like many events we attend, attendees are often oblivious to the hard work […]READ MORE
In collaboration with Toowoomba International Multi-cultural Society, CEDAR Centre successfully organised the third Job Assist Expo in Toowoomba. There was over a hundred people attending the event held at the Toowoomba City Library. Twenty organisations provided information to the masses through their display stalls focusing on Apprenticeships, Disability Care, Aged Care, Early Childhood, Agriculture and […]READ MORE
Announcing Cedar Centre’s Ambassador, Jason Quattromani! Jason is well connected in the community sector, experienced in various roles with community organisations like David Wallis Consulting, Rosie’s, Toowoomba Clubhouse and of course, Cedar Centre. He is passionate in helping people to achieve their full potential and connecting with humans from all walks of life. Jason started […]READ MORE