How We Help
Our scholarship student Jasmine is following her dream to become a social worker, recently beginning her master’s degree at the University of Sydney.
Can you imagine the stress and fear of bringing brand new babies home to nothing? Thanks to a Community Grant provided to the Dandelion Support Network, new mum Arya felt no fear, only gratitude.
Geoff was struggling to get by – but found help and friendship among CareWorks SunRanges’ compassionate volunteers.
As survivors of modern slavery regain confidence and trust in the world around them, they take steps to rebuild their lives and create a more positive future. From learning English and making friends to finding a job and their own home, every journey is unique.
Carevan Wagga provides regular meals and a sense of community to people experiencing disadvantage and homelessness in Wagga Wagga.
A parent reeling from the trauma of having their kids removed must then navigate a confusing legal system – caseworkers, lawyers, court appearances, evaluations, foster carers and more – to try to get them back. Now, they can turn to someone who has done it all before.
We’re so proud to announce the 24 incredible community projects to receive funding as part of our September 2020 grant round.
We take a look at the impact of COVID-19 and lockdown on unemployment, and how it affects food insecurity and hunger in Australia.
A Foundation Community Grant helped support bereaved children with group counselling sessions as they learn to live with the impact of grief and trauma following the death of a parent.
This year, for the very first time in our 20-year history, the Sisters of Charity Foundation is shortening its September 2020 Community Grants application period.
asylum seekers & refugees babies & children Community Care Community Grants COVID-19 disability domestic violence elderly employment assistance environment events First Nations food relief Gifts in Wills grief health care homelessness housing human trafficking media mental health mentoring modern slavery news out-of-home care Providence House rural & regional scholarships substance abuse tax tips unemployment volunteering young people
Each year we’re able to make a difference to thousands of people across the country with funds generously donated by compassionate Australians. We support initiatives that focus on benefiting the disadvantaged, marginalised and socially isolated people in our community.
How We Help