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Two women (one a student and the other a staff member from the Youth Foyer in Glen Waverley, Victoria. They are smiling at the camera, showing off badges that have been made for them by a young person in Tasmania.

Badges for champions

A simple badge created by a young person living with Anglicare Tasmania at Eveline House in Devonport is spreading pride far and wide. Read more
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Anglicare Australia releases Living Costs Index: Australians need a plan for living costs

Anglicare Australia has  released its Living Costs Index, showing that people on the lowest incomes are falling behind on the cost-of-living. 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 Dawa leaning against a brick wall. She is smiling.

A culture of caring

Tasmania’s Nepalese community is expanding and we’re delighted when its members choose to work with us. Read more
A photo of the four new home care workers

New Year, new roles

Three Aged Care Services team members are moving into new roles in 2023. Read more
A photo of Alysse in her wheelchair playing rugby. All three people look happy and ready to play.

A strong voice

Tasmanian disability advocate Alysse Gavlik talks about her work ahead of International Day of People with a Disability (3 December). Read more
Social Work students Lynelle, Kara, Mary and Anna

Students make the choice to care

Anglicare is hosting nine final-year Social Work students from the University of Tasmania. They are shadowing our practitioners across a range of community programs. Read more
Viet teaching students how to cook

Viet cooks up a storm at Trinity Hill

Vietnamese cooking is just one of the skills that the students who live at Anglicare's Trinity Hill in North Hobart are hungry to learn. Read more

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