Across the state, Anglicare Victoria is working in partnership with Anglican parishes and the community to address local community needs.
These partnerships are based on the understanding that together, we have a shared responsibility to care for people in need.
Emergency Relief (ER) and Material Aid
Parish churches across all dioceses, both suburban and country, are involved in providing emergency support to all people seeking help. You can see our locations and opening times here.
Homeless Support Services provide relief and support to people throughout Victoria. Programs include a Community meals, laundry and shower facilities and drop in recreation activities.
Community Programs and Activities
Our Parish Partnerships facilitate a broad range of initiatives that strengthen communities. These include No Interest Loan Schemes, Refugee families and New Immigrant Support, homework clubs and tutoring and fundraising events throughout the year.
Anglicare Victoria runs a non-indigenous and indigenous youth engagement program for young people from around Victoria. Young people gain confidence and skills through our Baldau Yiooghen ‘Big Dreams’ Leadership Academy, music clubs, breakfast clubs and learning groups.
Restorative Justice Programs
Anglican Criminal Justice Ministries
Anglican Criminal Justice Ministries is a chaplaincy program that ministers to people who are incarcerated in prisons and juvenile detention centres, or have been released from prison.
Get Out For Good
Get Out For Good is a program that enables people who are being released from prison to be supported and mentored by people in the community.
To read more about these programs click here.
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