Everything Community.

Civic Group exists to build,
champion and serve community.

In 1986, our company, now known as Civic Group, was formed to act as trustee for our church’s endeavours to effectively serve the community in Toowoomba and surrounding regions. Over the past 30 years, whilst names have changed and entities have been added, our purpose remains the same.

Civic Group exists to build, champion and serve community – anyone and everyone, whether they need help or have help to give.


Exercising sound, corporate governance protocols, coupled with a faith-based compass, our Board of Directors faithfully steward a growing portfolio of entities and partnerships.

The heart of Brendan Kelly, Senior Pastor of Civic Church, is to see all people personally experience the unconditional love of God – to know that He is for you, not against you. We hope our Civic community provides a home where you truly know you belong as part of His family.

Providing quality retirement living and aged care for over 25 years, Yukana is a not-for-profit, privately-funded facility, serving the elderly in our community with care, dignity and respect. Our services and staff have grown to support the full spectrum of aged care, from independent living to supported living, including standard care and extended care (including secure dementia and palliative care).

Civic Assist is a Toowoomba-based, not-for-profit organisation established to benefit the welfare of the whole community. As well as delivering our own services, Civic Assist is passionate about partnering and collaborating with other service organisations to support clients with relevant and meaningful programs, without ‘reinventing the wheel’.

Advantus is a for-profit, corporate entity that exists to raise funds for distribution by Civic Group. Funds raised are to be contributed back into our community through a range of services as determined by the Board of Directors.

Civic Aid and Development underwrites Project Madagascar, a not-for-profit charitable initiative administered by a committee in Toowoomba in conjunction with a team of Malagasy professionals who volunteer their time, talents and resources on the ground in Madagascar. Since July 2006, over $950,000 has been raised in Australia for the Project’s schools infrastructure and curriculum development.

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