Refugee Week 2020: How Tina and Natalie found stability at Providence House
Refugee Week 2020 is all about Celebrating the Year of Welcome – exactly what we seek to do with our Asylum Seekers Housing Program, which helps refugees and asylum seekers like Tina and Natalie find a place to call home.
Serra’s story: how a tertiary scholarship can change a life
Completing a degree or certificate isn’t easy but it’s even tougher if you don’t have supportive parents to provide guidance and encouragement. Serra had spent many years couch-surfing until she got her own place when she was 16. Here, she shares her story about how she was heading down the wrong path when the opportunity to receive a scholarship changed her perspective and her future.
Terri: first in her family to attend university
Scholarship recipient Terri graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing from Australian Catholic University. She was the first in her extended family to both complete the HSC and attend university, and is a source of inspiration and pride to her younger siblings.
A year of compassionate and practical assistance
The many stories captured in our latest Annual Review showcase the wide range of projects the Sisters of Charity Foundation continues to support.
New program will give hope to victims of slavery in Australia
The Salvation Army and the Sisters of Charity Foundation are partnering to help the estimated 15,000 people who live in slavery-like conditions in Australia today.
How a streetwear label is changing lives through employment pathways
Melbourne-based streetwear label, HoMie, has been changing lives for young people, aged 18-25. Here’s their story, & how we helped them make a difference.