To bring you The Justice Conference, we partner with a diverse range of like-minded Christian organisations. We are passionate about bringing together the body of Christ in the pursuit of justice and see partnering with the local church, Christian organisations and businesses as an essential element of this unification
If you would like to partner with us in 2019, please email us.
We’re a not-for-profit that believes better outcomes for Indigenous Australians begin with a change in our perspective. By listening to the voices of Indigenous Australians, we help non-Indigenous people learn the true story of our shared history, understand how it’s still having an impact today and imagine new ways to live together more respectfully.
For over 135 years, The Salvation Army has given care and support to Australians in need, without discrimination. With a vast network of holistic social and community services, the Salvos can come alongside Australia's most marginalised and isolated people to help, support and transform their lives. But this is only made possible through partnerships with government agencies, corporate businesses, not-for-profit enterprises, philanthropists and the wider community. These ever-growing relationships enable The Salvation Army to have continued impact on the lives of Australians in crisis. Together, with the Australian community, The Salvation Army can give hope where it’s needed most.
We are people with and without intellectual disabilities, sharing life in Communities belonging to an International Federation. Mutual relationships and trust in God are at the heart of our journey together. We celebrate the unique value of every person and recognize our need of one another.
To make known the gifts of people with intellectual disabilities revealed through mutually transforming relationships. To foster an environment in Community that responds to the changing needs of our members, whilst being faithful to the core values of our founding story. To engage in our diverse cultures, working together toward a more human society.
St Kilda Gatehouse provides spaces of belonging and safety for women involved in street based sex work in St Kilda, and with young women and girls affected by sexual exploitation. Many of those we support are tackling complex issues such as addiction, homelessness, mental illness, poverty, domestic violence, abuse and social isolation.
St Kilda Gatehouse creates spaces of belonging and connection, providing opportunities for individuals to experience social inclusion with respect and unconditional acceptance