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Why should you donate to the Sisters of Charity Foundation?

We’re here for everyone in need: The Sisters of Charity Foundation funds programs and initiatives that support people in Australia who are marginalised or living in disadvantage, no matter their gender, ethnicity, age or ability.

We work collaboratively: We believe in partnering with trusted organisations, like The Salvation Army and the Asylum Seekers Centre, to provide assistance where it’s needed most.

Real people, real stories: We regularly publish case studies and stories from program participants, giving you the best possible insight into where your donation goes. Please visit our Instagram to see the incredible difference your donation can make.

How to donate via direct deposit

  • Account Name: Sisters of Charity Foundation Ltd
  • BSB: 032 040
  • Account number: 126 376

Please enter your full name in the reference field if using direct deposit. Please email [email protected] or phone +61 2 9367 1211 and let us know the date of your contribution and the amount so that we can send you a tax receipt.

All donations above $2 are tax-deductible.

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Learn more about our programs

Community Grants Program

We provide individual grants of up to $15,000 to innovative community projects in Australia that break down social isolation and alleviate the impact of poverty on individuals and families.

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Tertiary Scholarship Program

Our scholarships allow young people from out-of-home care backgrounds to afford study expenses such as course fees and textbooks, as well as the cost of living on their own with no parental support.

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Asylum Seekers Housing Program

More than 70% of asylum seekers receive no government support, leaving them at risk of homelessness. The Foundation partners with the Asylum Seekers Centre to provide safe accommodation and welfare services to dozens of displaced people every year.

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Modern Slavery Transitional Housing Program

There are an estimated 15,000 people living in slavery-like conditions in Australia today. Through a partnership with The Salvation Army, we are delivering housing for survivors in a new model aimed at transitioning them to independent living.

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Community Care

We provide support to families in remote, rural and regional New South Wales and Queensland who have been badly affected by droughts, bushfires, floods and general economic downturn.

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Community Grants Program

We provide individual grants of up to $15,000 to innovative community projects in Australia that break down social isolation and alleviate the impact of poverty on individuals and families.

Learn more

Tertiary Scholarship Program

Our scholarships allow young people from out-of-home care backgrounds to afford study expenses such as course fees and textbooks, as well as the cost of living on their own with no parental support.

Learn more

Asylum Seekers Housing Program

More than 70% of asylum seekers receive no government support, leaving them at risk of homelessness. The Foundation partners with the Asylum Seekers Centre to provide safe accommodation and welfare services to dozens of displaced people every year.

Learn more

Modern Slavery Transitional Housing Program

There are an estimated 15,000 people living in slavery-like conditions in Australia today. Through a partnership with The Salvation Army, we are delivering housing for survivors in a new model aimed at transitioning them to independent living.

Learn more

Community Care

We provide support to families in remote, rural and regional New South Wales and Queensland who have been badly affected by droughts, bushfires, floods and general economic downturn.

Learn more