Thank you to Michelle Lensink MLC, Minister for Human Services for officially opening The Haven. Read more
Thank you to Commonwealth Bank Port Pirie for their kind donation to the Port Pirie Community Foodhub.
Alicia and the team recently presented Harry and Ian with the donation at their Port Pirie branch.
Walking A Country Mile 👣
The SA Country North Homeless Alliance launched Walking a Country Mile to raise funds for Homelessness in Country South Australia.
The aim was to walk 914km which is the distance from Kadina to Ceduna to raise funds and awareness of homelessness.
The team ended up walking well over 1800 km and raising more than $2200 for people sleeping rough.
This was combined with local events and Alliance designed 4m awareness banners.
Walking a Country Mile for Homelessness 👣
Members of the Country North Homeless Alliance are Walking a Country Mile to raise funds for Homelessness in Country South Australia this August.
The Country North Homeless Alliance will walk 914km which is the distance from Kadina to Ceduna to raise funds and awareness of homelessness in the region for Homelessness Week 2022.
If you would like to support them and help raise funds for homelessness services in country South Australia - then
Our Foster Care support team, Foster Carers and kids enjoyed a special day out in Port Augusta yesterday.
We wanted to capture the childrens voices around their thoughts and feelings for the day and most of them enjoyed the movie the most 🎬😁
The Foster Carers do a wonderful job of creating a stable and safe environment for children.
Uniting Country Housing and Southern Yorke Peninsula Community Housing Association Inc. are excited to announce the formulation of a partnership with an aim of increasing housing support services in the Yorke Peninsula region. On 1st July 2022, Southern Yorke Peninsula (SYP) Community Housing Association Inc transferred 34 community housing assets to Uniting Country Housing.
Today is the start of NAIDOC Week.
This years theme is "Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!" and an important opportunity to think about how we, as a society, continue to recognise and honour the contributions of our Indigenous Australians.
Learning about First Nation Australians gives us a better understanding of our rich culture, and the land we live on today.