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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.

Staff member Kim hosting a Japanese tea ceremony

The power of sharing a bowl of tea can be profound. Kim Lee shares how she fostered a sense of community among our residents with a Japanese tea event.

Tiles forming the word transgender

Rebeckah Loveday, staff member at Sacred Heart Mission, chronicles her personal journey as a transgender woman and encourages people to be proud of who they are.

the Women's House Coordinator Cheyne Bull

The Women’s House Coordinator Cheyne Bull reflects on how her team pulls together to empower women experiencing homelessness, and give them a voice.

Why the wellbeing of women is non-negotiable

Company Secretary OAM Carolyn Clark explains the crucial relationship between service providers and the local community, and why she believes the wellbeing of women is non-negotiable.

Graham and his fellow residents at the 2019 Victorian Senior of the Year Awards

Graham, a Sacred Heart Community residents, won the COTA Senior Achievers Award 2019. Find out here, how he and his fellow residents experienced the award ceremony at Government House.

Sacred Heart Mission's GreenLight team

When people experiencing homelessness are offered a house, they need tailored support to help them adjust to their new home. Our GreenLight Supportive Housing Program does exactly that.

Mission Champions Margaret and Graham with his fellow Sacred Heart Community residents

Sacred Heart Community Manager Margaret and resident representative Graham have changed many people's lives through their support and advocacy for people experiencing homelessness.

Sacred Heart Mission's Hawthorn op shop

Working with the Mission for over 20 years, Op Shop Area Coordinator Martin Healey has been integral to the growth of the Sacred Heart Mission op shops.

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