Launched today, Anglicare Sydney’s Carers: Doing it Tough, Doing it Well report raises concerns about unmet needs of carers under the NDIS.
Carers’ future uncertain under the NDIS says latest Anglicare report
High demand for quality retirement living units in the Hills
Anglican Retirement Villages (ARV) now known as Anglicare will launch 31 new retirement living apartments in Castle Hill on 20 and 21 October for those who have already registered their interest.
New Program Opens in Bankstown for Refugee Children
Children from refugee backgrounds living in the Bankstown area will benefit from a new Anglicare program from the 13 October.
Join “Beating the Blues” Walk at Prince Alfred Park to Support Better Mental Health
Anglicare Sydney is urging the community join their annual “Beating the Blues” walk to stomp out the stigma associated with mental illness.
Sydney’s Housing Crisis Pushing Frail Aged Into Homelessness
Anglicare Sydney research has found almost 1 in 10 people aged 55 years and over supported through their Emergency Relief program are experiencing insecure housing including sleeping rough, in tents, couch surfing and using their family car as a form of shelter. Another 28% are living in private rental accommodation. A large majority of these older renters (78%) are in rental stress, spending more than 30% of their income on rent.
Sydney Anglican Archbishop Commissions NSW First Female Police Chaplain
NSW’s first female police chaplain, the Reverend Sarah Plummer, will be commissioned at St Andrew’s Anglican Cathedral by the Most Reverend Dr Glenn Davies, Archbishop of Sydney.
Anglicare Launches Wills Day in Summer Hill
Local solicitors and law firms have partnered with Anglicare to provide Summer Hill residents with an affordable Will on Tuesday, 18 October 2016.
Anglicare's Mobile Community Pantry Opens in Granville
NSW’s first Mobile Community Pantry will be is opening its 13th site on Friday, 16 September, to provide affordable groceries to low income families.
Language No Barrier to Friendship at Ryde ESL Class
Every Wednesday morning close to 100 new migrants and refugees from around Ryde find themselves at St Anne’s Anglican Church Ryde. It’s not to attend a service, but to learn English and make new friends.
Outstanding Acheivers at the Australian Charity Awards
The Australian Charity Awards 2016 has recognised Anglicare for its commitment to addressing poverty and social exclusion in a transformative way.