Jasmine’s dream to help people experiencing homelessness
Our scholarship student Jasmine is following her dream to become a social worker, recently beginning her master’s degree at the University of Sydney.
Reuniting families: support for parents whose kids have been removed
A parent reeling from the trauma of having their kids removed must then navigate a confusing legal system – caseworkers, lawyers, court appearances, evaluations, foster carers and more – to try to get them back. Now, they can turn to someone who has done it all before.
March 2021 Community Grants announced
We are thrilled to announce the 25 incredible community projects to receive funding as part of our March 2021 grant round.
Why we’re changing our Community Grants Program application process
The Sisters of Charity Foundation is simplifying its Community Grants Program application process, beginning with the July grant round which opens on 8 July and closes on 31 July 2021. Learn what’s changing and why.
Elderly homelessness in Australia: why are women at risk?
Research shows that 1 in 6 homeless people are aged 55 or older, while over the past decade the number of older homeless people increased by 49%. We examine the daily reality of being homeless, and why elderly women in particular are so at risk.
What are the tax benefits of donating to charity?
Making a contribution to the Sisters of Charity Foundation at tax time has important benefits for you or your business. Donating to charity allows you to lower your taxable income – without taking a pay cut.
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