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Read our latest media releases.

Heart of St Kilda Concert 2020 - Live streamed from the Palais to your place

Sacred Heart Mission’s 13th Heart of St Kilda Concert, its annual fundraiser for the Meals Program, will take place as a livestream concert on Wednesday, 2 December.

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In a golden opportunity to house rough sleepers, we have pulled together with The Salvation Army and VincentCare to form GreenLight Heart, to move more than 300 people into housing.

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Giving a unique insight into the lives of people experiencing homelessness, a study details how their lives have benefitted from getting housed and keeping that home with three-years of support.

Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI) program saves government money

Keeping people housed and feeling safe has been proven possible, once again, for people experiencing chronic homelessness through a housing-first approach.

Victoria’s most prominent faith-based and religious community service organisations urge the Federal Government not to implement the Religious Discrimination Bill.

Christmas Day Lunch in Sacred Heart Mission's Dining Hall

An entire community has come together to make Christmas Day memorable for about 400 people experiencing homelessness, who also access support at Sacred Heart Mission’s Dining Hall.

Sacred Heart Mission op shop - volunteers

After 15 years at 86 Chapel Street Sacred Heart Mission’s Windsor op shop, well known for its furniture and vibrant window displays, is relocating to further down the road.

Heart of St Kilda Concert - the annual community event helping our most vulnerable

The Teskey Brothers and Carl Barron will join the exciting line-up for this year’s Heart of St Kilda Concert at the fabulous Palais Theatre on Wednesday 23 October.

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0136,596Meals served through our meals program over the last year
069,269Hours contributed by our volunteers over the last year
05,740Responses at our Women’s House over the last year
Sacred Heart Mission respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate our services. We pay our respects to the ongoing living cultures of Aboriginal peoples, and to Elders past, present and future.
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