Jesuit Social Services
Jesuit Social Services works to build a just society where all people can live to their full potential – by partnering with community to support those most in need and working to change policies, practices, ideas and values that perpetuate inequality, prejudice and exclusion.
Since 1977 we have been standing up for people’s rights. Today we continue to work in some of the most difficult and demanding areas of human service, including:
- criminal justice
- mental illness
- suicide bereavement
- longterm unemployment
- entrenched disadvantage.
Visit jss.org.au to find out more.
Catholic Social Services Australia
Catholic Social Services Australia (CSSA) is the Catholic Church’s peak national body for social services in Australia. Our 60 member organisations provide social services to over a million Australians a year, delivering services to local communities in metropolitan, rural, regional and remote Australia.
CSSA works with Catholic organisations, governments, other churches and all people of good will, to develop social welfare policies, programs and other strategic responses that work towards the economic, social and spiritual well-being of the Australian community.
Visit cssa.org.au to find out more.