Thank you to Michelle Lensink MLC, Minister for Human Services for officially opening The Haven. Read more
A community is like a puzzle; all the pieces must come together for it to function harmoniously.
As we approach Child Protection Week and Foster Carers Week, we express our heartfelt gratitude to all the caregivers who dedicate their lives to nurturing our country's children. Your selflessness and unwavering commitment inspire us all. Your tireless efforts are instrumental in changing lives and creating a brighter future for these children.
A huge shout out to Moonta Bay Lifestyle Estate for their incredibly kind donation of blankets and funds for our food pantry!
We are so grateful for their generosity. And let me tell you, these blankets are absolutely amazing! They're made double-sided with cozy fleece on the back for that extra warmth.
How thoughtful is that?
Thank you so much, Joan, Yvonne, Elsie, and Sue, for your support and for making a difference in our community.
We truly appreciate all that you've done ❤️
⭐️Sonia and Brenton⭐️
We're so excited to announce that Sonia and Brenton our amazing foster carers from Roxby Downs have been chosen as finalists for the Foster Carer of the Year category in the 2023 South Australian Child Protection Awards! 🎉🏆
To see the full list of finalists, head over to childprotection.sa.gov.au/awards. The winners will be announced on September 8, 2023. 🗓️
A big thank you to the Department for Child Protection SA 🙌💙
⭐️ Maxine and Stephen ⭐️
We're so excited to announce that Maxine and Stephen our amazing foster carers from Port Pirie have also been chosen as finalists for the Foster Carer of the Year category in the 2023 South Australian Child Protection Awards! 🎉
To see the full list of finalists, head over to childprotection.sa.gov.au/awards. The winners will be announced on September 8, 2023.
A big thank you to the Department for Child Protection SA 💙
Today in Wear it Purple Day💜
This is a special day that is dedicated to increasing awareness about the challenges confronted by LGBTQIA+ youth in the community. These challenges lead to depression, anxiety, substance abuse and self-harming.
At Uniting Country SA we welcome all individuals exactly as they are.
Trish is shaving her head (in the dead of winter!) to raise money for youth homelessness in the Port Pirie and Port Augusta area.
She's ready to endure a few months of discomfort because she knows it's nothing compared to what homeless young people go through. The shave will take place on August 10th as part of National Homelessness Week.