Network News August 2014

Posted 6 August 2014 10:09am


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"Andrew Forrest asked the Government for courage, foresight and vision to step out and lead Australia out of the disparity."

20 years of Community Visiting

Volunteer Week marked a milestone at CatholicCare Wollongong, with the organisation celebrating 20 years of the federally funded Community Visitors Scheme (CVS) on May 22.

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Magpies day out with Ben Tune in support of headspace

Tamworth Magpies Rugby Union is teaming up with Centacare NENW and headspace Tamworth to raise awareness of mental health in men, and reduce the stigma around seeking help, on Saturday 9th August.


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Young mum dares to dream

One of the first young mums to benefit from our award winning Horizon House Dianella service in WA and progress to transitional housing in the northern suburbs, is now bound for university to study Social Sciences.

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Our Daughters Conference 2014

Rosemount Good Shepherd Youth and Family Services is excited to announce the Our Daughters Conference 2014.

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CatholicCare awarded $1.6M FACs funding for Specialist Homelessness Service

The NSW Government recently awarded CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay $1.6M to provide specialist homelessness services across Northern Sydney and the Central Coast as part of the Department of Family & Community Services’ Going Home Staying Home reform strategy.

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New Ballarat service for vulnerable mums and bubs

A new intensive support service in Ballarat will receive $1.8 million from the Napthine Government to support 24 vulnerable young mothers and their babies at any one time.

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NAIDOC Week wrap-up

Centacare staff jumped at the chance to get involved in NAIDOC Week 2014 July – participating in a range of activities across the Diocese.

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A story of hope and courage from Sri Lanka to Cannon Hill....

If you were to walk pass Nironchani on the street you probably would not notice anything different about her and if you did, you would notice a small lady with a beaming smile.

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