• Keeping Mary MacKillop's spirit alive

    May 27, 2020

    I have recently been appointed as the Chairperson of Mary MacKillop today and am keen to try and emulate the remarkable work undertaken by our former Chair…

  • Help us by collecting stamps!

    April 5, 2020

    Want a simple and easy way to help Mary MacKillop Today? All you need to do is collect your used or new stamps and pop them in an envelope and send them to…

  • Dear friends and supporters

    January 28, 2020

    As the new CEO of Mary MacKillop Today, I aspire to work diligently, with pride and enthusiasm, alongside our dedicated staff, in serving our vital mission in a way that emulates and honours the legacy and spirit of Saint Mary MacKillop…

  • Introducing our new CEO- Jane Woolford!

    January 10, 2020

    Mary MacKillop Today has announced the appointment of Jane Woolford as our new CEO, commencing 28 January 2020.  Jane joins Mary Mackillop Today with a wealth of experience gained in the international and Australian not-for-profit sectors

  • Dear Friends and Supporters

    September 3, 2019

    Dear Friends and Supporter,

    Firstly, thank you for your kindness and support throughout what was an exciting first financial year as Mary MacKillop Today!  You make it possible to lift vulnerable communities out of poverty through empowering opportunities – and I am so grateful for that.

  • You're giving a voice to women in Fiji

    September 3, 2019

    In partnership with local organisation Ola Fou Fiji, the Talitha Women’s Leadership program aims to empower young women to be agents of change within their community. The training focuses on building skills in leadership, mentoring and financial literacy.

  • New beginnings in Fiji

    February 5, 2019

    Your generous support of Mary MacKillop Today has enabled us to develop two new partnerships with locally-based organisations in Fiji

  • Dear Friends and Supporters

    February 5, 2019

    It was on the 19th March 1866, the Feast of St Joseph that Mary MacKillop wore her simple black dress to Mass, made her commitment, and so began the order of the Sisters of Saint Joseph