For over 20 years now we have aided refugees, asylum seekers and disadvantaged families with children in Sydney.

We have also been active internationally, funding and taking part in community projects in certified developing countries.

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40 Families

Refugee and Asylum seeker families in Western Sydney are regularly connected with Community Care Inc. for food bank, utility bills assistance, referrals on legal, health and housing matters, social, educational and advocacy support.

60 Families

Under our Hope Outreach Program, families and individuals in Western Sydney experiencing hardship have a regular access to our ministry, organized social events with free meals, and grocery items at a reduced price.

$80,000

In 2018-19 under the NSW Government EAPA Scheme, Community Care Incorporated had administered 80K in emergency relief funds to families struggling to pay utility bills.

$17,517

In 2018-19 a final payment of $10,905 was made towards completion of the primary school classrooms for disadvantaged children in Lanseria, South Africa. $6,612 was also donated towards installation of a solar power system unit in Uganda.

Ways to support us
Ways to Volunteer

We appreciate and value our supporters and partners. There are different ways to help out. 

Volunteer
Volunteers

We cannot function without the many volunteers that make all of our programs a success.  

Our Approach
our approach

One of the key messages we have with all of our staff and volunteers is; “loving the one in front of you”.

Make a Difference

Join us in making real change, both locally and internationally.

News

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Classrooms in South Africa completed

In January 2019 the work on the classrooms in South Africa was completed. This work is helping to provide a way for children to receive an education with the potential of progressing to tertiary studies and careers.

Opening of our new Community Care Centre

Our celebrations of the National Day of Thanksgiving included the opening of our new Community Care Centre by the honourable Mark Taylor MP (member for Seven Hills) and Mayor Stephen Bali MP (member for Blacktown)

Refugees

What's it like to be a Refugee family living without a Visa?

Help us to provide critical services such as food, emergency relief, advocacy and social support to people seeking asylum.

Contact us

If you are interested in volunteering, donating or supporting us in any way we would love to hear from you.

As we are a small team, email is probably the best way to contact us, alternatively please call (02) 9624 8866
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