Anglicare is determined to strengthen communities and build social networks where we can to reduce the impact of poverty and social isolation.
Sydneysiders know our city is an expensive place to live and many people struggle to get by.
Changes to the SRSS policy will cut the only source of income for thousands who have fled conflict and persecution and sought protection in Australia.
Quality winter clothes at reasonable prices arrived in Lithgow this month when Anglicare opened its latest shop on Main Street, Lithgow.
Anglicare’s Clinical Research Team and KaRa MINDS hosted two Clinical Research Symposiums in May.
Anglicare reminded residents of the importance of good nutrition as part of a National Falls Prevention Campaign during April.
Do you ever wonder if your work for God is worthwhile or making a difference?
Anglicare’s Mobile Community Pantry (MCP) is rapidly expanding thanks to Churches in the Sydney Diocese
If you're flexible, have a good sense of humour and engage well with children now could be the right time to consider foster care.
Anglicare recently celebrated Muriel Clarke's remarkable service to her community.
Anglicare would like to acknowledge all involved in the Australia Day Aquathon
Anglicare volunteer Heather Gwilliam has been awarded an Order of Australia Medal
Anglicare’s latest initiative, in partnership with Anglican churches, provides vulnerable families escaping trauma and violence with a safe place to call home.
Anglicare’s Residential Care Home, Elizabeth Lodge is the first home in Australia to receive Montessori accreditation.
Toys from a bygone era are helping to unlock memories for many elderly and frail aged residents at our Residential Care Homes.
Anglicare’s Mobile Community Pantry (MCP), providing low-cost grocery items to those in need, has launched in the Illawarra.
It’s a sobering thought that more than 17,500 children and young people in NSW are unable to live with their own families due to abuse, neglect or significant risk of harm.