We are pleased to announce the winners of our conference scholarship competition.
Up to 2,300 households in Cairns and Rockhampton will be given the opportunity to take part in a solar on public housing trial and save money on their electricity bill.
Health justice partnerships have been emerging across Australia since 2012, as a highly innovative model of collaboration between health and human services. QCOSS was delighted to be involved in hosting a conversation in conjunction with Health Justice Australia and Community Legal Centres Queensland around health justice partnerships
As leaders from the community and health sectors, we unite to condemn repeated attacks by the federal government on people living in poverty. We stand together to say enough is enough. Social security is a right.


Switch On ... in your community | 31 Aug
In the dark about your electricity bills? Join us at one of these free public events to find out how you can save energy and money
QCOSS State Conference 2017 | Woolloongabba | 31 Oct
The QCOSS State Conference 2017 will be held on 31 October and 1 November at The Gabba in Brisbane. The theme of the conference is Dream it. Do it. We will be focusing on people who have approached their business differently - people who have seen a challenge and gone about solving it in an out of the box way or beyond the funding cycle.
QCOSS Water Literacy Forum | Brisbane, Redland Bay, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Logan | 13 Nov
Water prices are increasing across South East Queensland (SEQ) at the same time as more tenants are being charged for their water usage. There have also been some recent changes to the SEQ Customer Water and Wastewater Code which offers some improvements for water customers.

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This week in review - 10 August 2017
QCOSS out and about in August, September and October
This week in review - 27 July 2017
Child and Family Policy and Advocacy Network kicks off, QCOSS State Conference 2017 - Dream it. Do it., National COSS network
This week in review - 13 July 2017
An update on the Centrelink debt collection process; Cashless Debit Card potential for Fraser Coast and Bundaberg; Human Rights Act for Queensland
Community Door Australian Council of Social Service