There has been much discourse recently in the media regarding the topic of homework.
“We spend a lot of time in the workplace and with that, people tend to take on the culture, norms and values of their organisation both in their pr
We are appealing to the local community to help find loving, nurturing and devoted homes for six children through our Permanent Care program.
This practice forum will support and enhance the skills and knowledge required by health and community services professionals working with children
Every year people come together for UnitingCare Pancake Day to flip for a good cause.
South Eastern Chances aims to support and unlock the potential of motivated young people who have an obvious talent by providing them with the fina
With the generosity of the many schools, churches, individuals and organisations including Target stores and their customers who support our appeal
We have made it through another year and I cannot believe how far we have travelled.
For Emily, Christmas has always been a special time of year. Growing up she remembers her family’s big white Christmas tree surrounded by gifts.
“Every day our frontline community services across the country despair at the number of people living in Australia without the fundamental human ne
The Anti-Poverty Awards recognise the many young people passionately working towards tackling inequality and injustice within Australia or abroad.
Under the guidance of Pastoral Care Worker, Sue Hone, Marian Catholic College’s Community Action Team is a student-led group who work together to r
Receiving the 2016 Encouragement Award, Alice founded the Tomorrow Foundation, a charity which has evolved from a community group running a homewor
Uniting (Victoria and Tasmania) Limited was established and governance for all 22 agencies was unified under a single Board on 3 October 2016.
This movement was created by Maryann Talia Pau and aims to place a spotlight on violence during the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia
This year's Lecture will be delivered by Seri Renkin, Managing Director of the ten20 Foundation.
It is core to our philosophy that we are absolutely committed to preventing violence against women, and consequently, children.
National Child Protection Week, now in its 26th year, supports and encourages the safety and wellbeing of Australian children and families through
As a provider of Adoption and Permanent Care Services, Connections has followed this topic with great interest and welcomes this important amendmen
It is the first time in the awards’ history that a primary school has won the award; highlighting children are learning early the value of thinking