Time for Kids is one of our few programs funded entirely through donations. The program strives to give children new experiences, relationships and role models. It does this by providing volunteer care, connecting families and building community support.
Struggling to pay your mortgage, debts, bills or rent due to the impact of the recent bushfires? Need emotional support? Call us for financial counselling and financial education today!
28 July is World Hepatitis Day. PEACE Multicultural Services <link to service> are raising awareness about Hepatitis with the Together we are better campaign.
Part of the campaign is a video. It was only possible with support from multicultural community members, who stand together to promote testing and treatment.
Possibly the most unexpected outcome of the COVID-19 crisis has been the intense focus on our relationships. Being in lockdown has forced us to spend time together in ways that many of us have not experienced before.
Have your say in the Rize Above community consultation process! We are inviting your input to make sure the community is at the heart of this work. We want to know what is important for your community.
On 28 July every year, we recognise World Hepatitis Day. The day aims to raise global awareness of viral hepatitis and encourage prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
This year, we want you to record a simple and short video message about viral hepatitis for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities.
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The Rize Above Violence program is a newly funded primary intervention initiative, led by Relationships Australia South Australia’s Community Projects Team and Specialised Family Violence Support Service, in partnership with the City of Salisbury.