Your support is critical. Thanks to supporters like you, we are creating a better future together, delivering services and programs both in Australia and overseas that enable better healthcare, seek social justice and alleviate social inequality.
We could not do the work we do without you.
You can choose to support the following;
Asylum seekers in Melbourne
More than 350 people are receiving free primary care and/or specialist mental health care at the Cabrini Asylum Seeker and Refugee Health Hub. The vast majority have either no access to Medicare or Medicare but no income. Our psychiatrists, general practitioners and physiotherapist give their time for free. Your donation will help meet the other costs associated with their care.
Families in Ethiopia
Climate change is having a devastating effect on people in developing countries who rely on subsistence farming to live. Following the recent rain, 90 families supported on the Nutrition Program through the drought have been able to establish their crops and become self-sufficient again. 130 families require ongoing support as they are unable to support themselves due to an illness, disability or not having enough arable land. Help us help our sister organisation to provide them with relief.
Patients in Papua New Guinea
Our most recent service program was conducted at Modilon Hospital in October. The team comprised two orthopaedic surgeons, a scrub nurse and anaesthetist. They operated on 34 patients in one week. As well as having a significant outcome on the lives of these patients, they spent much of their time teaching the local staff, which has the potential of impacting many more people in the future. Your donation will help us expand the program to other medical specialities, having a far greater reach.
Children of Swaziland
Over 100,000 children in eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) are orphaned or made vulnerable due to the direct and indirect effect of the HIV virus on their families and household. eSwatini is one of the poorest countries in the world with over 40% of its population living in chronic poverty and its children growing up without parental protection. Help us to support Cabrini Ministries Swaziland Family Services support and reunite children with their families in the Community.