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CONGRATULATIONS

Board, Staff, Volunteers, and the young people with whom we work congratulate Anne Mitchell.  As Program Manager of Steps Outreach Service Anne was awarded the ‘Unsung Hero’ category as part of the HESTA National Community Sector Awards. 

Concern Australia is extremely proud to have Anne as part of our team, and this award acknowledges and recognises the hard work and dedication that she has given to Steps over the last 18 years.

Read about it in the news

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2020VISION
CONCERN AUSTRALIA’s STRATEGIC PLAN

Launched on Thursday 27th October 2016 at the Collingwood Neighbourhood House. 2020VISION provides a framework for our organisation’s work over the next four years.

Click here to download a PDF copy of 2020VISION.

THE YEAR IN REVIEW
CONCERN AUSTRALIA’S ANNUAL REPORT 2015-16

The Concern Australia Annual Report 2015-16 is now available for download.

Click here to download a PDF copy(2Mb).

OUR PROGRAMS

Values for Life
A social enterprise which conducts 397 seminars within 149 primary and secondary schools to 26,646 students, parents and teachers across Australia (Education) MORE

Learning Alliance & Hand Brake Turn
Offered from Dandenong and Sunshine. As an Registered Training Organisation we connect with 125 trainees and local community referral networks such as schools, youth, justice etc (Education and Justice) MORE (Learning Alliance)    MORE (HBT)

Inside Out
Housing and intensive support to 35 vulnerable and marginalised young people (Housing and Justice) MORE
Steps Outreach Service
Outreach offered to over 500 homeless young people from the steps of Flinders Street station – now in its 31st year (Homelessness) MORE
STEPS CALENDAR 2017
STEPS MASTER COVER 2017_V2LOWA collection of images photographed by high school students entered to the photography competition. Get your copy now! Call (03) 9470 2972

Chaplaincy
Support services for young people at the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre (Justice) MORE
LiveWires
After school care and holiday programs for 80 school aged children and support to 40 families living in the Collingwood estate (Education) MORE