After years working across the business and not-for-profit sectors, Carolyn Brown and Mariejan Bigby identified a startling trend: ever-changing legislation was becoming a major hurdle for community organisations.
Australian Energy Regulator (AER) media release.
Organise an event for Anti-poverty week in October.
The Manager of Brisbane-based North West Youth Accommodation Service (NWYAS) says it is important people realise that addressing the issues faced by young Queenslanders experiencing homelessness requires more than the ongoing supply of housing options.
The Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) has explored Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages as part of NAIDOC Week 2017's theme Our Languages Matter.
East Creek Community Centre (ECCC) believes the Energy Savvy Families program is changing the lives of some of Toowoomba’s most vulnerable families.
Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) believes the 2017-18 State Budget was, overall, a positive one. As set out in our full State Budget Commentary, highlights of the Budget were the 10 year Housing Strategy and the ongoing commitment to child and family services, domestic and family violence and affordable living measures. They are all areas of great importance to QCOSS and support our goal of eliminating poverty and disadvantage.
In eight short months the Switched On Communities program has become a vital service for Laidley and Districts Community Organisation (LADCO).
Michael Hogan, Director-General, Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services, highlights the funding contained in the 2017-18 Budget for his department.
Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) is pleased to see an ongoing commitment from the state government to support Queenslanders in crisis with increased funding for mental health, the ice epidemic, domestic and family violence and child safety.