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.
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Join us in acknowledging Sorry Day and expressing heartfelt apologies to the survivors and descendants of the Stolen Generations. Discover the ongoing struggle faced by Aboriginal communities, and our commitment at OzChild to address systemic inequalities and advocate for family preservation. Together, let’s listen, learn, and work towards a future of healing, understanding, and reconciliation for all.
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.
Forging women’s equality is important to everyone at OzChild. That is what this year’s International Women’s Day theme is encouraging all of us to do while embracing equity.
Emily has worked in Early Childhood Education for several years and crossed paths with many children who were in foster care, it was these experiences that lead her to being…
This Australia Day, we encourage you to stand with First Nations People and share the message, January 26 is not a date to celebrate.
A book designed to be read with children living in foster and kinship care who have a parent with a mental health condition.
Foster Care Week is celebrated in Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia from 11-17 September. We are both humbled and amazed by the enormous contribution of our village of carers who open their homes, their hearts and their lives giving back to the community so selflessly.
While National Child Protection Week reminds us that every child, in every community, deserves a fair go, parents must be afforded the same right.
Kinship Carers Week is celebrated from 5-9 September and reminds us of the very special role family and close friends play in raising children and young people.
Booran’s Cars4Kids campaign will benefit OzChild in providing additional support for children, young people and their carers in foster or kinship care, ensuring they receive the support they deserve.
Recently we celebrated the commitment of some very special carers at a ceremony and morning tea event held in honour of retired OzChild carers.
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