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.

After photo of i4 gardens

Read about how i4 Gardens donated their time, knowledge and resources to transform Sacred Heart Local client’s garden into a beautiful, low-maintenance paradise.

Mission Champion: Vanna Lim

Meet Vanna Lim, one of our amazing Five Minute Volunteers, who dedicates time in her busy schedule to support people like Patrick to live independently in the community.

Pathways Worker, Layla standing outside Sacred Heart Mission

Read Layla's journey from a social work student to a worker in our 'Assistance with Care and Housing for the Aged' program.

Judy dressed in purple shirt, sitting next to rack of clothing in op shop

May 13 is a special day for Judith Liddell. Come Sunday, Judith - or Judy for those who know her well - will celebrate a momentous 15 years of volunteering with the Mission.

Martin and his mum sitting in the Hawthorn op shop

Martin Healey has been working in our op shops for over 18 years, alongside his mum who has volunteered every Sunday for the last 15 years.

J2SI worker, Regina standing in front of wall

Regina is an Intensive Case Manager for the Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI) program. We caught up with her to learn about her job.

Jesse Gerner serving food in our Dining Hall

Meet Jesse Gerner, an official Ambassador and long-time supporter of Dine With Heart. 

Stanley Pamieta standing in front of Sacred Heart Mission Windsor op shop

The morning coffee ritual is a sacred thing for Melbourne locals, but it’s not often that coffee leads you to Sacred Heart Mission.

Sacred Heart Mission acknowledges the traditional Aboriginal owners of country throughout Victoria and pays respects to them, their culture and their elders past, present and emerging.


Sacred Heart Mission believes that the diversity of abilities, genders, sexualities, relationship identities, bodies and cultures in our community enriches us all and should be celebrated. Everyone is welcome at our table.