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The 27th annual Heartbeat Cabrini Golf Day is set to tee-off on Monday 30 March 2020, 7:15am - 3:00pm, at the Keysborough Golf Club, 55 Hutton Road, Braeside, Victoria. The day includes 18 holes, lunch, raffles and a live auction, with all proceeds going towards the Cabrini Gandel Wing Acute Cardiac Service. Register as a team of four, or as an individual. For more information or to book tickets for Heartbeat Cabrini Golf Day, click here.

Internationally renowned classical pianist Alan Kogosowski will perform a one-off intimate concert at the Cabrini Malvern Chapel, 183 Wattletree Road, Malvern, on Saturday 14 March 2020, at 7:30pm, as a way to thank the hospital’s staff for the care he recently received. Tickets are $75 and all money raised will go towards Cabrini’s oncology services. Click here to book your ticket. 

In view of recent tragic events surrounding the bushfires, Assisi Aged Care is eager to do its part in aiding the recovery mission. It is organising an afternoon sausage sizzle and cake bake sale, to be held on the Assisi grounds, 230 Rosanna Road, Rosanna on Sunday, 2nd February 2020, from 1pm to 4pm. All are welcome. Feel free to circulate this flyer.

Congratulations to our friends and colleagues who were recognised, among hundreds, in the 2020 Australia Day honours: Jocelyn Bignold, CEO of McAuley Community Services for Women and Catholic Social Services Victoria Council member; Dr Anne Astin, another of our Council members; Sr Monica Cavanagh rsj, Congregational Leader of the Sisters of St Joseph and former President of Australian Catholic Religious; and Jesuit Social Services' Paul Stewart.

The Victorian Government must set public targets to reduce the number of young people in detention, on remand and who re-offend after exiting the youth justice system, in light of a new report that shows an almost doubling of spending on youth detention services over the last four years, says Jesuit Social Services. The annual Report on Government Services shows that Victorian Government spending on youth detention services increased by 98 per cent, to a total of $121.9 million, between 2014/15 and 2018/19.

In a statement released 23 January 2020, the St Vincent de Paul Society has assured Australians that every dollar raised for the Vinnies Bushfire Appeal will be used to support the people affected by the fires. For more information about how Vinnies is helping, click here, and help spread the word! 

The first issue of Stop Trafficking! for 2020, which is shared by Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans (ACRATH), highlights the intersection between migration and trafficking. Articles include Trafficking Risks for Refugees, the Global Compact on Migration, Statement by the United Nations Network on Migration, Gridlock: Labour, Migration and Human Trafficking in Dubai and Migrants and Trafficking: the Vulnerability of Movement.

Download your copy of the January 2020 issue of Stop Trafficking! here.
Catholic Social Services Victoria supports a joint statement made by McAuley Services for Women, Uniting Care Vic.Tas. and Anglicare Vic., in expressing concern at the proposed Religious Discrimination Bill. The statement says: A second draft of the Religious Discrimination Bill was released earlier this week, introducing changes that include a broader definition of which organisations can discriminate based on religion.
In appreciation of the support provided by its volunteers, Edmund Rice Camps is hosting a barbecue on Sunday 16 February 2020, 12:30pm - 3pm, at Edinburgh Gardens, North Fitzroy. Volunteers are invited to join with the Edmund Rice Camps Board and Staff for a summer barbecue, to reflect on the 2019 camping year and to catch up with leaders from across the summer.  All volunteers are welcome. For catering purposes, please register your attendance here. 
St Vincent’s Health Australia (SVHA) has embarked on a groundbreaking training program to help key staff identify and support vulnerable people who present to its hospitals who have been trafficked. The Advocates for Change initiative is part of a wider anti-trafficking project that SVHA began in 2017 in partnership with ACRATH (Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans) which has worked to combat slavery for the past 16 years

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