Anglicare members are organisations that provide social services right across Australia.
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Anglicare NT works to build a community of people empowered with the freedom to achieve happy and fulfilled lives, where potential is realised through opportunity and choice, where the vulnerable are protected, where social justice is advanced and where cultural difference is respected.
Anglicare Southern Queensland is an Anglican not-for-profit organisation committed to social and community welfare issues and aged and community care needs, focusing on disadvantaged members of our community.
Anglicare Tasmania is a non-profit organisation providing a wide range of community services to the people of Tasmania. We are part of the national Anglicare Australia network of organisations. We have branch offices, group activities, individual carers and safe gathering spaces throughout Tasmania. Over the years we've provided essential help and services to many Tasmanians, and we are consistently monitoring current and future needs.
For more than 150 years, AnglicareSA has supported South Australians in need. Our 1700 staff and 700 volunteers support nearly 55,000 people each year through our diverse programs including parenting, youth, foster care, financial literacy, new-arrivals, Aboriginal services, disability care, emergency assistance, homelessness and aged care. AnglicareSA supports people to change their lives for the better.
At the Brotherhood of St Laurence, we want to drive change to ensure that we have a compassionate and fair society where everyone has a sense of belonging.
Poverty is not just having too little money to live on. It can also mean being shut out from many other aspects of social and economic life that people commonly take for granted: a job, a home, being connected to community.
We want to influence public debates and convince governments, businesses and others to take action on issues affecting the most disadvantaged people among us.
A key aim is for the successful programs we develop to be adopted more widely by governments and other community organisations.
The Brotherhood of St Laurence was founded in 1930, amid the Great Depression, by the Anglican priest Father Gerard Tucker. He was a passionate campaigner for social reform in his day.
Today, we continue to work for the goal of an Australia free of poverty with our innovative programs, research and campaigns.
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