Mereoni recently found her voice through new skills and knowledge...September 8, 2022
In Fiji, traditional community structures often do not provide women with the ability to play an active role in decision making. This is especially common in remote areas.
The importance of early education in FijiSeptember 8, 2022
In Fiji, people from remote islands often come to the city in search of work and end up living in informal ‘squatter’ settlements
What Saint Mary MacKillop's legacy looks like todayAugust 1, 2022
In celebration of Mary’s Feast Day on 8th August, our CEO Jane Woolford reflects on her recent travels to see Mary’s legacy alive today.
- March 1, 2022
I would like to offer our heartfelt thanks to each of you for the good wishes, prayers and thoughtful messages you send through to us each day.
- September 9, 2021
As we continue to battle the impacts of the pandemic, I am mindful of how much I appreciate your support.
The uplifting power of self-determinationSeptember 9, 2021
Being worthy of respect – from yourself and from others – is inherent to every person.
Helping families heal: Make a change - The Kimberley, WASeptember 9, 2021
Thanks to the generosity of people like you, our Community Grants can support grassroots initiatives focused on the unique needs of communities.
Aussie schools raise funds for Mobile Kindy in FijiSeptember 1, 2020
We asked schools all over Australia to hold fundraising activities during the month of August in celebration of Mary MacKillop’s Feast Day. We were thrilled to see so many school communities sign up to raise funds for the Mobile Kindy program in Fiji!
Why I decided to include Mary MacKillop Today in my WillSeptember 1, 2020
Now aged in her eighties, Leonie shared how she came to support Mary MacKillop Today many years ago by witnessing the wonderful work of her sister, Joan, who is a Sister of St Joseph.