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Zed Seselja: Report sees religion as having little value

The Productivity Commission’s draft report on philanthropy indicates it sees religion and religious practice as having little or no societal value.

Court ruling confirms Catholic Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust’s charitable status

“This has now brought clarity to the situation and enables Catholic Cemeteries to continue to carry on this important corporal work of mercy for the people of Sydney, as we have done so successfully for over 157 years,” CMCT chief executive officer Lauren Hardgrove said.

Gifts bring a ray of light to the street

A group of Sydney charities that feed, shelter and clothe the homeless have teamed up to ensure an annual feast for the disadvantaged has...

Love in the lockdown

During the lockdown charities such as Maronites on Mission Australia continue reaching out to Sydney’s rough sleepers and others needing a little help to get by.

The Good Charities Guide 2021

  The Good Charities Guide 'The Good Charities Guide' is for readers located across Sydney, NSW and interstate who are looking to support a suitable charity....

Charities welcome new JobKeeper lifeline

Changes recognise crucial role of churches amid crisis Catholic charities, parishes and religious institutions which would have struggled to continue to remain viable due to...

Charities’ relief as new law is passed

The charity sector is breathing a sigh of relief at the passing of a new Federal electoral law.

Changing Lives a Loaf at a Time

Angela Mills is a busy woman but reckons she has hit upon a great way to get family and friends together and do 140,000...
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