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This year CatholicCare Sydney proudly celebrates its 80th anniversary of caring for all those in need in our community.
As COVID-19 continues to impact our community, CatholicCare Sydney remains committed to providing essential services to those who need it most.
CatholicCare supporters, Edwin and Nil, share why they give to support those who are vulnerable and in need in our community.
You are invited to commemorate all individuals who have died while experiencing homelessness in the past year.
It was an open day that did not disappoint. Management was on hand to answer questions and smiles were seen throughout.
Ms Melanie Gibbons MP toured the building which is to be developed into transitional housing for young mums at risk of homelessness.
CatholicCare trialed a six-week intergeneration program giving younger and older generations the opportunity to connect and get to know each other through COVID.
Last year Teresa, a dedicated parishioner at the All Saints Catholic Church in Liverpool and single mother to a daughter who has a disability, recalls experiencing some of her greatest challenges in life.
Dynamic and friendly, today, Centacare's “Cleaning Crew” are a tight-knit team, delivering consistent and dependable services for their clients.