We are very grateful to the following organisations, who help us to fulfill our vision.
Auburn Diversity Services Inc. (ADSi) is a community based, non-profit organisation established to promote the principles of multiculturalism, access, equity and social justice.
The African Professionals of Australia (APA) is a not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to empower professionals of African origin to reach their full potential in their respective professions.
DOOLEYS is a social club that welcomes all members of the community. Offering an impressive variety of well appointed dining, entertainment and function facilities at three great Sydney locations.
The Edmund Rice Centre (ERC) is involved in a range of projects and activities across the four areas of its operation in research, community education, advocacy and networking. Servicing the needs of Indigenous Australians, Refugees and Asylum Seekers.
Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic organisation with a mission to accompany, serve and advocate on behalf of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons.
LocalAid is a non- profit organization primarily focused on the welfare and dignity of disadvantaged communities and vulnerable children of underdeveloped countries. Our mission is to service the needs of local communities in respect to health, education & training and poverty eradication through empowerment and sustainability.
The Liverpool Migrant Resource Centre (MRC) was established in November 1979 following recommendations from the Galbally Report which advocates the establishment of Migrant Resource Centres fundamental in ensuring the successful settlement of Non-English Speaking Background migrants in Australia.
|St Bakhita Centre
The St Bakhita Centre is a place of welcome and hospitality for the Sudanese community in Sydney. Various activities take place at the Centre, including English lessons, pre-schooler play, a choir, markets and faith development.
SydWest Multicultural Services assists newly arrived refugees, humanitarian entrants and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds by offering a variety of services and programs to help people settle into the Australian community.
Waso Resource Development Agency (WARDA) is a non-government organization (NGO) established in 2001 with a mission to protect and promote the rights and welfare of marginalized pastoral, refugee groupsand internally displaced persons in North Eastern Kenya.