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Previously managed by the Sisters of Charity Congregation, Community Care has now joined the Foundation.
We’re thrilled to announce the 23 lifechanging community projects to receive funding as part of our February 2022 grant round.
We’re excited to announce the 16 fantastic community projects to receive funding as part of our July 2021 grant round.
We are thrilled to announce the 25 incredible community projects to receive funding as part of our March 2021 grant round.
The Sisters of Charity Foundation is simplifying its Community Grants Program application process, beginning with the July grant round which opens on 8 July and closes on 31 July 2021. Learn what’s changing and why.
We’re so proud to announce the 24 incredible community projects to receive funding as part of our September 2020 grant round.
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.
We’re thrilled to announce the 26 incredible projects that will receive funding as part of our latest Community Grants round.
The Salvation Army and the Sisters of Charity Foundation are partnering to help the estimated 15,000 people who live in slavery-like conditions in Australia today.
A charity partnership is looking to rebuild the lives of modern slavery victims.
The Sisters of Charity Foundation, in collaboration with The Salvation Army, have launched a program providing transitional housing for survivors of modern slavery in Australia on Thursday 20 February at the Sisters of Charity Heritage Centre, Potts Point.
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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.
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