National Volunteer Week is a time to celebrate and appreciate the hard work volunteers do. t is a time to publicly thank all the volunteers who are a vital part of society that brings people together, builds communities and creates a better society for everyone.
Every year Australians celebrate National Families Week held between 15 – 21 May which coincides with the UN International Day of Families. Families Week is a time to celebrate the most significant unit of society, FAMILY.
A humble couple who have dedicated their lives to caring for children and young people received a well-deserved Mother’s Day home makeover
After a two year hiatus, OzChild foster and kinship carers were celebrated at the Annual Carer Dinner event.
Every year we recognise and acknowledge the commitment and dedication of OzChild carers and celebrate the incredible life-changing outcomes they achieve.
Justice McEvoy has been appointed to the Victorian Registry to replace the Hon Justice Jennifer Davies following her retirement.
Families in the Brimbank Melton community will receive individual support making it easier for them to access services specific to their needs.
1 in 3 women globally experience violence, sadly a number that has remained largely unchanged over the past decade.
Treatment Foster Care Oregon (TFCO), a specialised foster care program has been ‘breaking the cycle’ for children in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland who, through no fault of their own, have ended up in residential care or alternative accommodation.
Joan Graham is often described as having the biggest heart of any human being. An angel with a hidden halo and a shining light to the hundreds, if not thousands of children and young people who have been welcomed into her family during the past 50+ years.
The marking of 26 January is an important date in Australia’s history, but, celebrating the arrival of the First Fleet conjures feelings of both pride and pain: there is so much to celebrate about Australia – but for many, “Australia Day” is a difficult day for mourning.
For the second year in a row the Greater Shepparton Foundation has supported OzChild’s SafeCare program during what can often be a difficult time of year.
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