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A Moreton Bay youth and family counselling centre which has supported hundreds of children and adolescents to create more positive futures is celebrating a milestone.
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Vulnerable people in six cities across Queensland will be supported by eight new church initiatives funded by Carinity’s Collaborative Community Projects.
Was your New Year’s resolution to give back to your local community? Volunteering with Carinity is a meaningful way to support others in your neighbourhood.
Carinity Education Shalom in Townsville has been revealed as one of the most improved North Queensland schools for NAPLAN test results.
Every journey into aged care is a little different from the next. In some cases, a key decision that must be made is whether a senior enters care in their own town or relocates to be closer to family.
Carinity Education Rockhampton has made an enormous difference to the lives of 25 young people who, despite facing many obstacles, graduated Year 12 in 2022.
Making the journey into a retirement village can be equal parts exciting and daunting. Carinity residents report that making the move was the best decision they’ve made.
Familiar, trusted faces from Carinity Home Care provided Glenese more support than just help at home: they have kept the wheels moving during a challenging time.
Carinity Education Southside was where Stevie O’Chin developed her self-confidence – and where she started her journey towards a career as a professional artist.
Clare Bothmann was the first person to move into the Carinity Brownesholme aged care community in Highfields. Now she has become the first of its residents to turn 100.
If Carinity Elim Estate residents require sage advice about gardening, they can give native plants guru Bruce Tinworth a holler.
Enjoying a modest and uncomplicated life may have contributed to the longevity of a Carinity Wishart Gardens aged care resident who is Australia’s first centenarian of 2023.