UnitingCare Queensland has received final approval from the Queensland Government to pilot ‘Newpin Queensland’ in three locations across Queensland to address Indigenous disadvantage.
Early Childhood Early Intervention approach celebrated at Townsville NDIS launch event
The Hon Jane Prentice, Assistant Minister for Social Services and Disability Services and The Hon Coralee O'Rourke, Queensland Minister for Disability Services welcomed the local Townsville community and industry representatives at an information session on Friday to announce the next stage of the National Insurance Disability Scheme (NDIS) rollout.
When: 24th September to 25th September, 2016
Where: Lifeline Superstore, 70 Princess St, Bundaberg
Book worms all over can lose themselves in the vast array of mystery, fantasy, humour, crime, romance, fact and fiction. There'll be thousands of books for sale. The event boasts not only books, but also a range of CDs, vinyl, games and puzzles.
Got time to donate?
Why not volunteer at Lifeline Bookfest Bundaberg. We need lots and lots of people to help out.
This important event raises essential funds to support Lifeline services in Queensland including the 13 11 14 Crisis Support Line. When you donate and buy with Lifeline, you help save lives.
Child protection is everyone’s business
UnitingCare Community marked the 30th anniversary of Child Protection Week last week, promoting the value of children, focusing attention on the issues of child abuse and neglect, and contributing to better outcomes for all children and young people.
UnitingCare Community was delighted to accept a generous donation of 150 personal First Aid kits from Australia Wide First Aid in support of its Lifeline Community Recovery services in August 2016.
Looking for a bargain and a fun night out?
Don't miss Revive, a pop-up second-hand fashion festival at the Cultural Forecourt, South Bank Parklands, Brisbane.
Friday, 19 August 2016, from 2-8 PM
Lifeline Stores will have a Pop Up Store at this event.
Today, Thursday 4 August, is National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day! It's a time to celebrate the strengths, culture and resilience of Indigenous kids.
Families escaping domestic violence will benefit from a more comfortable and welcoming space following renovations at a local women’s refuge.