Lentara UnitingCare was original founded on the 16th August 1888.
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It's not a complex social issue. It's a simple human issue.
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(Soiree (swah-RAY, French): An elegant evening gathering. The jeans and t-shirt you wear to a regular party won’t cut it – a Soiree requires far fancier attire.)
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People seeking asylum in Australia face uncertainty, homelessness, displacement and despair. Read one incredible story of courage and hope.
Get the facts. Start a conversation. The political issue is complex. The cost of that complexity is humanity. The social issue isn't an issue. It's an opportunity. The answer is simple, people helping people.
"Once you know the truth about Asylum Seekers in Australia, it lights a fire in your belly." Read our interview with Amanda, a Case Worker at Lentara's Asylum Seeker Project in Brunswick.
Orana UnitingCare was founded on the 16th August 1888 as the Central Dorcas Help and Rescue Society, part of the Wesleyan Home Missions in Victoria.