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Some of our Non-For-Profit Partner Organisations
- Asylum Seeker Welcome Centre
- Salvation Army
- Red Cross
- Job Prospects
- Sarina Russo Job Access
- Melbourne City Mission/ Youth Support Services
Asylum Seeker Welcome Centre
The Asylum Seeker Welcome Centre (ASWC) is a community centre that offers a safe and welcoming space for people seeking asylum in Melbourne.
We empower and resource clients to act on their own behalf and maintain a secure and consistent environment, as this forms the basis for providing clients with a sense of safety and belonging.
The ASWC aims to:
- welcome asylum seekers and respect their right to claim protection,
- provide information, referral and linkages to services related to asylum seekers’ situation,
- offer asylum seekers a place where they can make social contacts and engage in social, educational and recreational activities,
- empower and support asylum seekers in acting and advocating on their own behalf,
- raise public awareness of the needs and issues facing asylum seekers.
We work with people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, those suffering from serious mental health issues, people affected by a range of addiction issues and people who are suffering from social poverty.
We have hundreds of interactions each day with people aged from 9 to 93. – See more at: http://www.salvationarmy.org.au/melbourne614#sthash.eNsM4fbx.dpuf
Australian Red Cross
Relief in times of crisis and care when it’s needed most. Red Cross is there for people in need, no matter who you are, no matter where you live.
The Red Cross Red Crescent Movement helps tens of millions of people around the world each year and here at Australian Red Cross, we care for local communities in Australia and further afield.
Our vision is to resource and empower children, young people and families to achieve their full potential through: the provision of quality innovative services for children and young people; supporting vulnerable families; and the promotion of social justice.
We exist to protect the vulnerable Victorians in our community – a child suffering from abuse, a homeless young person, a woman escaping domestic violence, an impoverished couple unable to feed their family – people who desperately need help. We protect over 80,000 Victorians all across the state, each and every year.
Job Prospects, a division of SYC, is a leading Job Services Australia (JSA) and Disability Employment Services – Employment Support Service (DES-ESS) provider that works with jobseekers to gain and sustain employment and with employers to recruit and maintain their workforce.
Job Prospects provides services to more than 31,000 people of all ages each year, plus offers specialist services in disability, homelessness and youth.
- Leading provider of free recruitment service to jobseekers and employers
- Helps long-term unemployed, parents, people with a disability, the mature aged and ethnically diverse people re-enter the workforce
- Placed 130,000 jobseekers and 100,000 employers since 2004
- New Enterprise Incentive Scheme – Certificate IV in small business management
- Harvest Labour programs in Wide Bay, Queensland
- 24 offices – Queensland and Victoria
- 6 offices in Great Britain deliver employment and training servic
We help people and communities to develop their pathways away from disadvantage.
Since its inception 157 years ago, we have now grown to become a contemporary, non-denominational, community services organisation – recognised for its leadership, diversity, innovation and inclusive approach.