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Information session for people living with HIV and their carers

Tree of Hope

Painting by Jose Palacios

Working towards our vision for a society in which we all feel supported and valued, CatholicCare’s Tree of Hope service provides spiritual, practical and emotional support to people living with HIV.

Originally founded by Sr Margaret Mines from St Vincent’s Hospital Darlinghurst during the height of the HIV/AIDS crisis, Tree of Hope has provided people with a caring community, pastoral support and friendship for more than 20 years.

If you are living with HIV, know someone who is or you would like to know more about this community service; you’re invited to attend our upcoming Open Day.

Tree of Hope Open Day – Information Morning

When: 10.30 – 11.30am, Wednesday 26 May
Where: Erskineville Church - 21 Swanson Street, Erskineville
What: Group Information session with morning tea

For further information please contact, Tree of Hope Coordinator, or call our CCareline 13 18 19.