Fremantle Multicultural Centre WA (FMCWA) is a community based, non-profit organisation established in 1981 to promote the principles of multiculturalism, access, equity and social justice. The organisation is responsible for developing strategies which address the needs of local migrants and focuses on recent arrivals, emerging communities and special needs groups including humanitarian entrants, refugees, women, youth, children, aged and the unemployed.
FMCWA designs and delivers services that aim to build capacity and improve outcomes for migrants and refugees from a diverse range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
We provide crisis accommodation services, mental health services and settlement support as well as a number of regular programs including formal English classes, conversational English, sewing, weaving and art classes. We also provide material assistance to those in need through the Emergency Relief Program.
FMCWA operates from premises in Fremantle, East Perth, Belmont, Mirrabooka, Rockingham, Kwinana, North Lakes Campus and Mandurah.