Your Will is incredibly personal. It reflects who you are, your values and your philanthropic interests. Once you have considered your family and loved ones you may wish to consider making a charitable bequest.
Anglicare Sydney relies on the financial support of generous people to help all those who turn to us for assistance. There are specific services that are government funded, but a large number of our programs are only made possible by your donations. Your support enables us to meet the needs of the most vulnerable and at-risk members of our community.
You can fundraise for us with complete confidence, knowing that we are accountable and use our donations wisely. You may choose to fundraise by participating in a major event like City2Surf or create your own fundraising event using Everyday Hero or Go Fundraise.
Share the Benefit Share the Benefit is a shared experience. It’s where faith and life combine to raise awareness about poverty, and challenge us to live more simply and generously. Inspired by Anglicare’s gospel-focused vision to care in Jesus’ name, Share the Benefit provides church congregations and small groups with the opportunity to share what the Bible has to say about reaching out to our neighbours in need.
Join the Anglicare Volunteer Team Anglicare volunteers are an essential part of our vision of life-changing care in the community, based on our faith in Jesus Christ. We have about 1,500 committed volunteers who enjoy making a real difference in people’s lives. Anglicare has more volunteers than paid staff. We cannot achieve what we do without the skills, commitment and passion of our volunteers. Do you have time to volunteer?
Recognising the importance of today’s young people to our future, Anglicare is committed to engaging, educating and empowering the students in our schools and youth groups. Take Love Take Love is a youth initiative of Anglicare that aims to provide practical ways for young people to get involved in our work. It’s about giving the next generation an opportunity to exercise their discipleship in Christ by helping us meet the needs of our community. There are three ways for your school or youth group to get involved:
“The devastating 2013 Blue Mountains fires were close to my house. I heard about the amazing work of the Disaster Recovery Team which manned evacuation centres and provided aid to the affected. It was such a valuable support to the community that I immediately decided I wanted to be a part of it.” Rebekkah, student at the University of Sydney Disaster Recovery Volunteers Australia has experienced natural disasters such as bushfires, floods, storms, cyclones and even earthquakes.
When you look at our city and diocese, what do you make of the refugee, the single mother, the homeless man? Often we form a neat category, a generalisation, ultimately we put people in a box that we can then close the lid on and insulate ourselves from the complication and the heart cry coming from within.
Workplace Giving is a simple, effective way to make a life-changing impact in the lives of the most vulnerable people in our community. It’s an optional program that provides an easy, cost effective way for individuals and organisations to donate. It’s a ‘win’ for the individual, the organisation and Anglicare Sydney.