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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

  • Cork and Fork lovers turn out for Ryde community day

    Cork and Fork lovers turn out for Ryde community day PAYCE Director Will Morgan and Kick Start Manager Paul Borghetti at the Cork and Fork festival which attracted big crowds. One of the great Ryde community events, the Cork and Fork was back to its best attracting

  • Kick Start launches post-graduate program for top achievers

    Kick Start launches post-graduate program for top achievers PAYCE Foundation social enterprise Kick Start has launched an innovative post-graduate hospitality program for high achievers. The six-month program will provide Kick Start graduates with additional training and leadership experience. It will be offered to two graduates who will

  • Melrose Park Community Cup raises $100,000

    Melrose Park Community Cup raises $100,000 The fifth annual Melrose Park Community Cup has proved bigger and better than ever with $100,000 raised at the charity golf day and dinner. PAYCE Director Dominic Sullivan (far right) presents the fundraising cheque to community group representatives. A full

  • Buy-Name List reveals disturbing trend

    Buy-Name List reveals disturbing trend One of the fastest-growing cohorts facing homelessness and rough sleeping is women over 55, according to data captured by End Street Sleeping Collaboration’s (ESCC) ground-breaking technology system, the By-Name List (BNL). “Women over 55 are at significant risk of housing and financial

  • The joy of discovering your rockstar status

    The joy of discovering your rockstar status Wazza’s voice breaks when he talks about what the Sydney Street Choir means to him, but it stays strong, clear and powerful when he sings. Like many of his fellow choir members, he finds solace in expressing emotion through song and

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