Anglicare members are organisations that provide social services right across Australia.
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Anglicare Victoria provides support to 80,000 children, young people and families every year.
Through a range of services, we work towards strengthening families and communities so they can protect and nurture the children within them.
We alleviate immediate hardship through services like emergency food and crisis accommodation, and build capacity for sustainable living through programs like foster care, financial counselling, parent education and group work.
We change lives.
Benetas supports over 4,000 older people to live fulfilling lives through our aged care homes and community services across Victoria. We can respond quickly to requests for in-home care support, through our government-funded community care services or via Benetas at Home, our private service which has no waiting list.
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.
Emerald Centre for Hope & Outreach Inc. operating as ECHO Youth & Family Services is a Christian based, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping those young people who are struggling to find their place in this difficult world and with families who are beset with social, financial and other major difficulties.
EQubed was formed in 2006 for the public charitable purpose of providing relief for disadvantaged people suffering from poverty and injustice as a result of unemployment, disrupted education, drug and alcohol abuse, excessive gambling, crime, breakdown in relationships and other significant life issues.
The Social Responsibilities Committee (SRC) is established by Act of Synod of the Diocese of Melbourne. The Committee's object is to enable the Archbishop, clergy and people of the Diocese to discern and fulfil more effectively their collective and individual responsibilities as Christians to society.