Refugee and Asylum seeker families in Western Sydney are regularly connected with Community Care Inc. during COVID-19, receiving free food hampers, assistance with utility bills, advocacy support, information and referrals on a range of legal issues, health and housing matters, and social support.
Families and individuals living in Western Sydney and experiencing hardship, regularly attend our Hope Outreach Program during COVID-19. They have a regular access to our ministry, organized social events with free meals, and grocery items at a reduced price.
In 2019-20 Community Care administered on behalf of the NSW Government EAPA Scheme, 80K in emergency relief funds to families struggling to pay their utility bills.
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.
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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.
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)
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