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Brigidine Asylum Seeker Project (BASP) continues to play a vita role in supporting some of our most vulnerable communities members. We are reminded that "donations are not always about money". They've provided a comprehensive list of practical ways we can show our support, from a spare room, to cleaning products and specific household items. 

The 16 Days Against Gender Based Violence campaign is held each year, beginning on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, 25th November, and ending on International Human Rights Day, on 10th December. With the 2019 theme being Ending Gender-based Violence in the Workplace, the campaign reinforces the fact that violence against women is a human rights violation. ACRATH (Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking of Humans) has prepared a number of resources to assist your participation in the campaign.

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend the 2019 Rerum Novarum Oration, Walking Tall: A Journey towards Treaty and Reconciliation on Tuesday 26 November 2019 at 7pm. The orators are Ms Eleanor Burke and Ms Sherry Balcombe. Download flyer with full details, here.

 

This is a rare and unique opportunity to join the John Pierce Centre team, as they look forward to building on current strengths and services to continue supporting the Deaf community in Victoria.


A ground-breaking program, run by MacKillop Family Services’ Good Grief, featured in a Southern Cross University breakfast showcase at NSW Parliament House in September, hosted by Sarah Mitchell, the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Learning.
 Seasons for Growth is an evidence-based change and loss education program that uses imagery of the seasons to illustrate the experience of grief.
Over 100 peak bodies and practitioners working to prevent and respond to violence against women and children, including our member organisations Good Samaritan Inn and Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand, have released a joint statement rejecting the legitimacy of the Federal Government’s new Family Law Inquiry. "This Inquiry is not only unnecessary, it is dangerous. ... Women’s and children’s lives are on the line. They cannot wait another year for action", the statement reads. Read joint statement, here.
Volunteer applications for the Edmund Rice Victoria Summer Camps program are now open. This coming summer, they are running three action packed camps: (i) Kids Camp at Merricks, from 2-6 January; Teenage Boys Camp at Santa, 12-17 January; Summer Family Camp at Amberley, 19-24 January. Want to come, help out, and be part of the fun? Volunteer Applications are open now, until Monday 25 November. Contact Flic here and download the volunteer registration form, here.
The Cabrini Gandel Wing at the Malvern hospital campus has taken out an award in the Corian Design Awards 2019. Corian is a solid surface material, which was used in the design for the baby baths and change stations in the en suites of the maternity rooms, for the clinical basin and surrounds in patient rooms, with integrated glove dispensers and lift-up panels (concealing hand washing equipment), as well as reception desks throughout the Gandel Wing.
 
Congratulations to all the organisations, programs and individuals that were recognised for their outstanding contributions to ending homelessness in the 2019 Victorian Homelessness Achievement Awards, presented at the Council to Homeless Persons Victorian Shaping the Future Conference from 14-15 October. Particular congratulations to our member organisations and representatives who received awards - McAuley Community Services for Women, Sacred Heart Mission and VincentCare.
 
The Corpus Christi Community Greenvale redevelopment was unveiled and blessed by Archbishop Comensoli on Wednesday 2 October. The new 90-bed aged care facility is about to become the new home for the resident at Corpus Christi Community. The redevelopment project commenced seven years ago and is a partnership between the Federal Government, Villa Maria Catholic Homes, the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne and Corpus Christi Community Greenvale.

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Catholic Social Services Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Elders in each of the Communities where we work. Click for our Reconciliation Vision
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