Let’s look out for one another
The Town is committed to supporting the safety and wellbeing of our community – and never has that been more important than it is right now.
Based on feedback from our residents, we’ve put together a package of support and opportunities to help us all look out for one another in the months ahead.
The COVID-19 pandemic is an evolving situation, so our support will evolve with it. Keep us informed of your needs by completing our survey, or call us on 9285 4300.
This survey has no closing date, and you can complete it as many times as you wish if and when your situation changes.
Frequenty asked questions
Get information on our most common enquiries, including:
We run a year-round Meals on Wheels service for the most vulnerable in our community.
If you’re quarantined at home for a limited period of time, or generally could do with that bit of extra help at the moment, we can deliver you a healthy meal every day.
For more information, email email@example.com or call 9205 7113.
We fund SHINE Community Services to help our older residents keep their independence.
Even if you don’t ordinarily need that extra bit of support, SHINE can help until things get back to normal.
And if you have a friend or family member who normally helps you out but suddenly can’t, SHINE can step in until they’re able to help again.
You can contact SHINE on 9253 5555, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s hard to get our usual fill of social connectedness at the moment, and it’s important to remember we’re all in the same boat.
If you’re feeling a bit lonely, our Community Development team would love to have a chat with you.
Give us a call any time from Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm, and let’s have a chinwag about everything and nothing and add a bit of social sunshine to the day.
The local volunteer effort is being coordinated by Celia Hammond MP's office.
Ms Hammond’s team are working with organisations and volunteer groups across Claremont to get them the help they need, when they need it.
To get involved, call 9388 0288 or email email@example.com.
Thank you so much to everyone who donated to our May food drive for Foodbank WA.
Together, we donated an incedible 786kg of food, which equates to 1,416 meals for people in need.
Our Write On creative writing competition challenges you to write a piece of flash fiction or poetry for a chance to win up to $500 in vouchers for local Claremont businesses.
Find our more and enter Write On.
We’re so lucky to have an active and caring community here in Claremont, so we want to celebrate the people who are going out of their way to make things better for those around them.
Whether it’s someone who’s lifted your spirits or a neighbour who’s given you a spare loo roll, take a photo, write a short message, and post it to Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #LetsLookOutForOneAnother – and let’s show the world just how incredible Claremont’s people are!
Every month, we’ll pick our favourite and give both you and the person you’re celebrating a $100 voucher to spend at a local business.
Our first #LetsLookOutForOneAnother competition closes on 31 May 2020.
We’re so excited to see so many people creating Windows of Happiness right across Claremont, from cuddly bears to rainbows – they’re helping us all feel a little brighter.
Take a photo of your own Windows of Happiness, share it on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtags #WindowsOfHappiness and #ClaremontCares, and DM us your address so the Mayor can send you a very special certificate of thanks through the post for helping lift our community’s spirits.
The photo with the highest number of shares, comments and likes by 31 May 2020 will win a $50 voucher to spend at Toyworld Claremont!