Network News April 2014

Posted 16 April 2014 2:27pm

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 Get to know our work, our thoughts, our stories, our people  April 2014 

CSSA-FSP Workshop

How do we measure the impact that the CSSA network has on clients, their families and the broader communities that we serve? How does the network position itself to be able to demonstrate outcomes to governments and other interested stakeholders?

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Reflections on a Lifetime of Passion for Humanity and Community

CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay

CatholicCare is currently mourning the death of its founding director, Jim Grainger, following the end of his battle with pancreatic cancer on Friday 28 March 2014.

A psychologist – and former priest – Jim took up the challenge of establishing Centacare services in in the newly established Diocese of Broken Bay in 1987.

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Kathleen McCormack AO Receives a Papal Honour

CatholicCare Wollongong

On Thursday 12 April, a large crowd of family friends and colleagues of Kathleen McCormack AO, the retiring Director of CatholicCare Wollongong, gathered to give thanks for the outstanding contribution Kath has made to the social services ministry.

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Helping Your Child Handle Bullying at School

CatholicCare Sydney

According to research commissioned by the Federal Government, one in four students in schools across Australia experience some form of bullying on a regular basis.

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Putting Children First

CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning

No matter how long a couple has been together, married or otherwise, the painstakingly tough decision some couples make to go their separate ways is not only hard on them as individuals, but also on everyone around them.

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A Special Night at the MCG

Jesuit Social Services 

Jesuit Social Services welcomed 350 people at their Annual Dinner at the MCG that included a live monologue performance depicting participant experiences plus a live auction, silent auction, raffle and their very own Brownlow Draw.

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Guaranteed Employment for Indigenous Job Seekers in Western Sydney

Marist Youth Care

Indigenous jobseekers in Western Sydney are set to benefit from a partnership between local training provider, Marist Youth Care, and employers to provide hands-on training that leads to real jobs.

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Strengthening Our Commitment to Building a More Just and Compassionate Society

Catholic Social Services Victoria

Fr Joe Caddy is an elder of Catholic social services in Victoria, and nationally. Fr Joe is currently Chief Executive Officer of CatholicCare, and he chairs the Policy and Advocacy Committee of Catholic Social Services Victoria, the peak body in Victoria for 50-plus Catholic community service organisations.

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The NSW/ACT Branch provides opportunities for Members to hear from their peers and experts in the field in order to improve their knowledge, engagement and performance.  

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