How you can help
UnitingCare is a not-for-profit organisation employing more than 7500 staff and supported by the work of more than 3000 volunteers to deliver community services at 200 locations throughout NSW and the ACT.
We approach everything we do without fear or favour. This means we never take the easy road when it comes to making change for people. We work with people from all backgrounds, religious beliefs, cultures and races. We treat all people with respect and without discrimination.
We also tackle issues others are often not prepared to do, like operating the successful Medically Supervised Injecting Centre in Kings Cross, as part of our commitment to saving lives.
Our New Parent Infant Network (Newpin) initiative is helping disadvantaged families to improve relationships with their children and prevent abuse.
While some of our initiatives do attract government funding, many are self-funded to ensure our work reaches the growing number of people in need.
UnitingCare NSW.ACT services include.
- Aged care
- Children’s services
- Drug alcohol and other addiction services
- Disability services
- Family services
- Foster care
- Housing and homelessness services
- Indigenous services
- Mental health programs
- Migrant and refugee services
- Pastoral ministries
- Policy and research
- Relationship counseling
- Youth services
Ther are many ways you can help to support the valuable work of UnitingCare NSW.ACT.
Here are a few suggestions.
- Make a tax deductible donation to UnitingCare NSW.ACT
- Support from your workplace
- Become a Foster Carer
- Leave a bequest