WELCOME TO THE MEMBER AND VOLUNTEER RESOURCES PLATFORM
We are pleased to have this platform to share resources, news, contacts, and events with our members and volunteers. We want to provide members and volunteers with the tools, information and resources that will assist you in your service.
We really want to know what you like and want in the Member and Volunteer newsletter and the online resources platform.
Please send any feedback or comment on the stories.
The first National Congress of the St Vincent de Paul Society in Australia for over 60 years, provided a unique opportunity for Society members to reaffirm our core purpose and to collectively imagine a renewed and reinvigorated future for the Society. ...Read More
After months of campaigning the Society’s affordable housing petition was formally tabled and discussed by Members of Parliament. ...Read More
Thank you to the many St Vincent de Paul Society volunteers and members in NSW who contribute tireless enthusiasm, boundless energy and countless hours to improve the communities we live in. ...Read More
Find about the issues that the people we assist are facing and how you can help to make a more compassionate and just society.
Help & Support
Tools and resources to help you to be equipped, supported and empowered in your role.
Share ideas and experiences with a community of like-minded people who are serving across the state.
CONGRATULATIONS to Kathleen Thickitt, Julia Torrisi and the Sydney Archdiocese Central Council for a wonderful engagement piece in The Catholic Weekly.
As you can see the article brings to life the inspiring stories of our members, and invites people to join the Society. This acts as an encouragement for all of us to promote the Society and think about innovative recruitment options.
If you would like to plan something for your local area, the Engagement & Support Team are always happy to help! For any assistance, please contact Engagement Advisor Dom Bondar on (02) 9568 0255 or email@example.com.
The Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS) and the St Vincent de Paul Society NSW (Vinnies) are working in partnership to support people who arrived in New South Wales after fleeing persecution overseas and do not currently have access to the assistance they need to resolve their immigration status.
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