We are committed to our vision - a society in which we all are supported and valued. Read on to see our latest news and updates from across CatholicCare Sydney.
On January 11 each year, we celebrate International Thank You Day – it is a simple idea, but it carries a lot of power.
The tradition of giving gifts at Christmas dates back to the Magi, or three wise men, and we are proud to continue the gift-giving tradition with our annual Christmas Gift Appeal.
A nationwide survey of 15-19-year-olds, highlighted the increase in mental health concerns amongst today’s teens, with 35% of those surveyed in NSW citing it as their major personal concern.
The services offered at the new centre located at 31Bigge Street Liverpool will mirror the current programs at our Belmore site, providing people with disability the opportunity to ‘Learn, Work and Connect’.
CatholicCare Sydney’s Kate Dover recognised as the 2023 Leader of Change by the Western Sydney Women advisory and advocacy organisation.
We are so happy you have joined us here on our news page to download our free, no-obligation Fire and Safety checklist. By reading this useful information, you can share what you have learnt with your neighbour, family member or anyone who could do with a little reminder on what to do when faced with extreme conditions.
As we commemorate the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, we reflect and celebrate our strides in implementing the model.
A tradition dating back over a decade, Christmas at the Cathedral is one of Sydney’s favourite free Christmas events.
The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women was adopted by the United Nations on 7 February 2000 as a campaign to raise awareness of violence against women, address the scale of the issue, and discuss ways to end this violence.
The prevalence of violence against women in Australia is unfortunately persistent, and the figures are alarming.