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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.

Volunteer Winn Tuck bakes birthday cakes for our residents

Baking has always been a part of Winn's life so when she baked a birthday cake for our resident Graham, it was her way of making him feel special on his birthday.

Sacred Heart Community client Steven talking to a staff member

“I’ve survived because Sacred Heart Mission hasn’t given up on me,” Steven says. After spending much of his adult life sleeping rough he found a new home at Sacred Heart Community.

Journey to Social Inclusion program - It’s the 'small wins' that count

This Social Inclusion Week, we are highlighting how supporting people to connect back with their community can help people exit homelessness.

Sacred Heart Mission supporters Robert and Irene Gilbert

“We are pleased to support the lasting and inter-generational changes Sacred Heart Mission is making to better our society, which is a way of living out our faith and our values.”

Sarah Galdes, Sacred Heart Mission's Training and Student Placement Coordinator

Sarah, one of our newer employees, is passionate about social justice and teaching practices that promote our trauma-informed and holistic service delivery.

Mission Champion Vera sitting in the volunteering office

Vera was on the lookout for an impactful way she could help the local community when she first came across Sacred Heart Mission six years ago.

Christine from CHP and Intensive Case Manager Jessica talk about homelessness and poverty

To mark Anti-Poverty Week, we discuss the link between poverty and homelessness with Christine from the Council to Homeless Persons, who has a lived experience of homelessness.

'Raise the rate' campaign logo

We join community services providers this Anti-Poverty Week to call for an increase to Newstart and other allowance payments across Australia.

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