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On our blog we talk about the issues, news, stories and thoughts that relate to Sacred Heart Mission's work to tackle homelessness and disadvantage in Australia.

A residents attends a COVID-safe music class

An inner strength our residents have developed through a lived experience of homelessness is propelling them to find new ways to cope and connect during this pandemic.

Mission Champion Jeanne

Our volunteers have been a pillar of support since we began operations in 1982, including Jeanne, who is retiring after tirelessly helping us at our op shops over the past 20 years.

Sacred Heart Mission's GreenLight Heart team

GreenLight Heart outreach workers are helping hundreds of people who’ve experienced homelessness currently staying in hotels during COVID-19 to find a permanent home.

Woman carrying a cat

After she escaped a series of abusive relationships, *Sam found her way out of poverty thanks to our Women's Services. Her experience has made her strong and independent.

Op Shop Store Coordinator Jacob Miller and Frankie from shehuntsopshops.com

Jacob had a dream: to work for the most stylish thrift emporium in the world. But while he was working on his career goal, he realised he had already reached it.

Volunteering at our Preston op shop has helped Callan overcome social anxiety and smash stigmas about people living with autism.

Volunteering at our Preston op shop has helped Callan overcome social anxiety and smash stigmas about people living with autism.

Hands holding a paper heart

The Commonwealth Government needs to invest in social housing with support now to prevent homelessness.

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