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
Bayside City Council has provided a grant to support a father and child(ren) Music Together Program.
This year we are excited to be able to offer a cash prize of $500, proudly supported by the carsales Foundation, to the applicant with the most num
The Workplace Equality and Respect project was launched on Wednesday 24 August by Fiona Richardson, Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence
The new organisation will be formed from the merger of 20 UnitingCare agencies and Wesley Mission Victoria (WMV).
Connections’ South Eastern Chances program provides financial support to young people up to the age of 25 living in Melbourne’s south east to pursu
UnitingCare services across Australia are reporting increasing demand for homelessness services and a critical shortage of safe, affordable accommo
The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Mr Stuart McMillan has welcomed today’s announcement of a Royal Commission into a youth detention
The Anti-Poverty Awards, now in its twelfth year, acknowledge the many projects of both schools and individuals; highlighting their hard work and d
The Anti-Poverty Awards, now in its twelfth year, is a national award, which recognises those who are making a significant contribution towards tac
UnitingCare Australia has congratulated the Turnbull Government on its election victory and calls on the Prime Minister to lead renewed efforts to
NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Isl
In a time of considerable change within our sector, we believe the challenge for us, is to continue to be innovative and creative about how we can
“Everything for me has always been about dancing.
The 227 recommendations highlight the urgent need for reform.
It follows a decision by the Uniting Church’s Synod Standing Committee (SSC) last year to establish a single skills-based Agency Board which will g
The 2016 Budget paints a selective picture of living within our means, with cuts to health, aged care and disability payments outweighing new spend
Motorists are encouraged to turn on their headlights on Friday 6 May to demonstrate their commitment to road safety.
The Best Newcomer category recognises organisations who have introduced social impact measurement within the past two years.
Connections’ Family Services Worker, Sarah works in the School Attendance Support Project (SASP).
The 2016 Connections UnitingCare Conference; Making Lives Better - Improving life outcomes for vulnerable children and families will explore how we