Men's Health Week

It's Men's Health Week (13-19 June) and an opportunity to take time to reflect on the health challenges facing the men in our lives. Men are more likely to suffer from lifestyle-related health conditions than women of the same age. And sadly, three-quarters of those who died by suicide in 2020 were men. Read more

Clare Quilting Group donated 100th quilt

Thank you to the Clare Quilters who have recently donated the 100th gorgeous homemade quilt to Uniting Country SA for use across our Domestic Violence, Homelessness and Foster Care programs. The quilting group have also supplied quilts to Clare Carinya Aged Care Home , Kara House and Pt Augusta Woma Carti Aged Care Facility. The Clare Quilting Group has made a real difference to people in challenging times for regional South Australians. Read more

Finalist in the South Australian Volunteer Awards 2022

Well done to Kylie Crouch, Volunteer Coordinator at Uniting Country SA who was a Finalist in the South Australian Volunteer Awards 2022 in ‘Excellence in Volunteer Management’ The award recognising a Volunteer Manager for their dedication to supporting and facilitating the engagement of volunteers. Uniting Country SA has over 160 volunteers. Read more

Youth Reconciliation - Port Augusta

A fantastic youth event held in Port Augusta today as part of national reconciliation week. A special shout out to Centacare Catholic Country SA and Port Augusta City Council Well done.. Read more

It is National Reconciliation Week ❤️🖤💛

It is National Reconciliation Week ❤️🖤💛 The theme this year is “Be Brave. Make Change.” The challenge is for all Australians; individuals, families, communities and government—to Be Brave and tackle the unfinished business of Reconciliation so we can Make Change for the benefit of all Australians. Learn more about ‘Country' from a First Nations’ perspective and as we can all learn how we can better contribute to healing.⁠ Thank you to Wingaru Education Pty Ltd Education. Read more

National Sorry Day

Today is National Sorry Day in Australia. A day where UCSA stands alongside our Aboriginal staff, volunteers and community members in solidarity. We remember and acknowledge the significance of Sorry Day for our First Nations people and promise to continue to walk toward reconciliation. Read more