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A group of people standing in front of the Huon Valley PCYC building in Huonville. They are representatives from both Anglicare Tasmania and the PCYC.

Anglicare joins with Huon Valley PCYC to ‘get into the game’

Anglicare Tasmania is encouraging sporting organisations to make a commitment to reduce the impact of sports betting in their club environments. Read more
A photo of Ryleigh wearing his football club top just finishing the park run on a saturday. He is milling.

On the front foot

Sixteen-year-old Ryleigh is making his mark at Thyne House in Launceston. Read more
two ladies talking at a desk with a laptop in front of them.

Are you concerned about your winter power bill?

Anglicare's financial counsellors can help if you are concerned about the electricity price rise announced today. Read more
Youth Development Coach Cristian Benton and students Sarah and Shane, AAH hair Royce Fairbrother and board members Andrew Hillier, Cathy McClure and Seeland Nair.

A rewarding partnership

The Action Against Homelessness (AAH) group, based in Devonport, played a major role in getting Eveline House up and running four years ago, and it remains an important partner today. Read more
A photo of the back of a group of people running and their is one runner that is being left behind.

Stage 3 tax cuts will leave Tasmanians behind

New Anglicare Australia research shows that Tasmanians would get the least benefit from the Stage 3 tax cuts of any State or Territory. Read more
Residents standing outside working on the garden beds.

Planting the seeds for strong mental health

The Rocherlea Rehabilitation and Recovery Service is building soil and skills with its on-site therapeutic gardening program. Read more
The back of a person who is looking out of the window in their kitchen.

Is your home loan becoming unaffordable?

If your household is struggling to afford rising mortgage repayments, you are not alone. There’s no better time to reach out to an Anglicare financial counsellor for free and practical support. Read more
Noel Mundy speaking to media for the Fair Funding Campaign

Anglicare Tasmania supports Fair Funding campaign

Anglicare Tasmania supports the Fair Funding campaign’s request for fair and reasonable funding in this year’s State budget. Read more

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