CRCS Publications

Strategic Intent

The CRCS strategic plan articulates CRCS’s core goals and objectives for the next three years. In 2016, we introduced new values around which we base our work: Integrity, Respect, Optimism, Inclusion and Stewardship.

In 2019, we re-evaluated these goals and values and drafted a new Strategic Plan for the years 2020-2030. Our values were strengthened and now includes: Respect, Optimism, Inclusion, Ethics, Accountability, and Innovation.

View our Strategic Plan 2020-2030

Annual Report

The CRCS annual report highlights our achievements, key reflections and core activities over each financial year.  Read our most recent annual reports here.

View Annual Report 2020
View Annual Report 2019
View Annual Report 2018
View Annual Report 2017
View Annual Report 2016
View Annual Report 2015
View Annual Report 2014
View Annual Report 2013


The Belconnen Community Newsletter has been a staple of CRCS for many years. You can view digital versions of the 2011-2016 Belconnen Community Newsletters here.

CRCS now distributes a monthly e-newsletter, which contains great stories, events and all the latest news. You can read past editions of the e-newsletter, or sign-up to receive future editions.

Sign-Up for the CRCS eNewsletter
Past Belconnen Community eNewsletters
Belconnen Community Newsletter - Print Archive

Reconciliation Action Plan

CRCS is committed to furthering the cause of reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians. CRCS launched its first two Reconciliation Action Plans in 2012 and 2013 and is currently working on its third.

View Reconciliation Action Plan (2013-2015)
View Reconciliation Action Plan (2012-2013)

CRCS Program and Services Guide

The CRCS Program and Services Guide provides information on all the community programs and services offered by Capital Region Community Services. It also includes important information pertaining to our families and participants.

25 Years of Building Community Strength

Long-time CRCS family member Barbara Olds captures 25 years of CRCS, from its humble beginnings to being a leader in the regional community sector. Read testimonials from founders, dive into CRCS’s rich history and unearth precious anecdotes – everything that makes CRCS what it is today.

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