Celebrating Angela, a volunteer making a world of difference!May 16, 2023
National Volunteers Week is a time to celebrate the millions of volunteers across Australia. We would like to shine a light on one of our own inspiring volunteers, Angela…
Indigenous Money Network ProgramSeptember 29, 2021
Mary Mackillop Today partners with Good Shepherd Australia to increase the financial resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in our communities.
- 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.
Supporting women as community leaders - Peru & FijiSeptember 9, 2021
It’s important for women experiencing vulnerability to gain the confidence to realise their inherent value and vital role in uplifting their entire community.
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.
Taking steps towards financial wellbeing - Central West NSWSeptember 9, 2021
Financial wellbeing empowers people to have control of their lives and build their economic resilience. But sadly, right here in Australia, there are many people living on the margins.
Celebrating Saint Mary's Feast Day 2021September 9, 2021
We created a commemorative prayer card to share this hope with you and inspire you to take fresh courage through Mary’s incredible legacy.
Empowering parents to support children's education - Timor-LesteSeptember 9, 2021
Education is a pathway out of poverty and key to restoring dignity through self-determination. Many parents wish to see their children accessing the education they need for a bright future.
Livelihoods to set up families for the future - Timor-LesteSeptember 9, 2021
Building a successful livelihood is key for people to break free from the cycle of poverty and realise their dignity through self-determination.