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About Anglicare Central Queensland

Anglicare Central Queensland exists to assist individuals, families and communities to live to their fullest potential. We work with people of all ages and from all backgrounds, to provide services from crisis intervention to long-term support. Our primary role is to respond to the needs of the vulnerable and disadvantaged in our communities. Our efforts concentrate on foster care and child safety, working with youth, helping people access housing, supporting families, and providing services relating to mental health and disability. Anglicare Central Queensland offers services tailored to meet local needs in communities from the Capricorn Coast inland to Winton.  You can help our services reach those in need by making a donation today.  All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

News

1st September, 2014

SOAR Award nominations open now

Has an Anglicare Central Queensland staff member or volunteer made a difference to your life this year? Nominations are now open for the 2014 AnglicareCQ Staff Outstanding Achievement Recognition Awards. The SOAR awards recognise outstanding contributions and achievements made by Find out more

21st August, 2014

Food Rescue putting bread on the table in Blackwater

Food insecurity can be a huge concern for people living on low incomes. Wondering if the food in the cupboard will last until payday can be a massive source of worry and stress for vulnerable households, especially families with children. Find out more

11th August, 2014

AnglicareCQ staff support Jeans for Genes fundraiser

AnglicareCQ staff member Adam Klaproth and his wife Stacey have raised nearly $2,000 for the Children’s Medical Research Institute through this year’s Jeans for Genes Day fundraisers. Their fundraising effort was in honour of their daughter Sienna, who was born Find out more

5th August, 2014

Homeless Persons Week: a time to remember there’s a face behind every statistic

Homeless Persons Week from August 4-10 is a time to remember every one of the nearly 20,000 Queenslanders who are homeless has a face and a story. Figures from Homelessness Australia show 19,831 people are experiencing homelessness in Queensland. Every Find out more


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