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OUR VISION

A world where disadvantage and misfortune do not limit anyone’s potential and are not determinants of quality of life.

OUR AREAS OF FOCUS

Prevention, rehabilitation and community participation for people who have an addiction

Accommodation and support for victims of domestic and family violence

Connected individuals and engaged communities

Opportunities for young people to achieve their individual potential

LATEST NEWS

  • Kick Start team back homeless youth fundraiser Hard Hat Day

    Kick Start team back homeless youth fundraiser Hard Hat Day PAYCE Foundation social enterprise Kick Start has thrown its support behind the Property Industry Foundation’s Homeless Youth Fundraiser, Hard Hat Day, donating a day’s takings. The $2000 raised was matched by the PAYCE Foundation, while Kick Start corporate

  • Staff hit the pavement to fund raise for women in crisis

    Staff hit the pavement to fund raise for women in crisis PAYCE is stepping up to raise funds for the Parramatta Women’s Shelter (PWS) which is facing increased demand for its domestic violence services following the long COVID-19 lockdown. To meet that need, PWS is holding a Virtual

  • Paynter Dixon team pitches in to help COVID vulnerable

    Paynter Dixon team pitches in to help COVID vulnerable Paynter Dixon volunteer Peter Cavallaro with Kick Start Trainees Amelia Sinani and Silvana King preparing for a delivery run. Paynter Dixon staff have answered the call to help deliver meals to some of Sydney’s most vulnerable residents struggling

  • New bus to keep church community connected

    New bus to keep church community connected Celebrating the handover of the minibus, Parishioner Anthony Sukari, PAYCE Foundation Director Will Morgan, Monsignor Shora Maree and Father Claude Rizk. The St George Maronite Catholic Church at Thornleigh has an enviable record of keeping its parishioners, including the vulnerable

  • Street Sleeping Collaboration Delivers for the Homeless

    Street Sleeping Collaboration Delivers for the Homeless The 18-month long Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted just how vulnerable some sections of our community are. Homelessness and street sleeping have long been considered a challenge a modern society should be able to solve, but it remains an intractable social phenomenon

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