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A mobile phone is often one of the first items to be smashed during an incidence of domestic and family violence. This May, during Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month, we talked to Founder and CEO of DV Safe Phone Ashton Wood about an urgent...
Volunteering with Centacare Prisoners Services opens hearts and doors for Daniele, who dreams of becoming a leader in the business world. Daniele is just one of 170 Centacare volunteers who we celebrate this National Volunteer Week (16 - 22 May) - a week...
More than 300 people have come together at Centacare's annual candlelight vigil and march to take a stand against domestic and family violence. Centacare has hosted the event since 2003, and over the last several years has partnered with Sunshine Coast...
Along with some of her friends from Centacare's Illuka Social and Life Skills Hub on the Sunshine Coast, Megan is selling bespoke potted succulents and reversible bandanas for dogs and puppies. From design to production to sales, everyone has a role to...
It was 1945, but Winn can remember the day she stood on the platform at Clapham Junction Railway Station like it was yesterday. She was there to reunite with her fiance, Rob, who was returning from the war in Britain. She said it was the happiest day...
On Friday 1 April, Attorney-General Shannon Fentiman and Bishop Ken Howell officially opened our new Gold Coast hub and Gold Coast Family Relationship Centre. Our Gold Coast team welcomed about 60 guests to the opening, including clients and their families.
In the 1950s, when men were breadwinners and women the home makers, Beryl, 93, managed a plumbing and hardware shop. Her push for equal opportunity makes her the perfect person to talk to this International Women's Day.
At HAND Social and Life Skills Hub, a passion for cars has bred a tight knit team known as the most trusted car detailers around.
Speaking to our Prisoners Services and Prison Chaplaincy teams we discover what it has been like to experience the pandemic from behind bars.
It's mid-Summer in Kingaroy, but Percy, 89, shows no signs of slowing down as he tends to his acre of land. He was a farmer in his early years and keeping busy alongside his support worker Patricia brings him great joy.