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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

  • PAYCE Foundation extends support for Parramatta Women’s Shelter

    PAYCE Foundation extends support for Parramatta Women’s Shelter The PAYCE Foundation has extended its support for the Parramatta Women’s Shelter, donating the use of five homes for families fleeing domestic violence. Welcoming a new agreement to help more women and children fleeing domestic violence - PAYCE Foundation

  • NSW Treasurer opens new drug rehabilitation facility

    NSW Treasurer opens new drug rehabilitation facility (left to right) NSW Minister for Water, Property and Housing - Melinda Pavey, NSW Treasurer - Dominic Perrottet, Member for Coffs Harbour - Gurmesh Singh, PAYCE Foundation Director - Dominic Sullivan, Adele House Chairman - Will Morgan NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet

  • Kick Start gives Lucy a new direction in life

    Kick Start gives Lucy a new direction in life By her own admission, Lucy Brown had lost her way and wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life. “When I first got a call to go for an interview for the Kick Start program, I wasn’t

  • Partners raise $8500 for Homeless Youth

    Partners raise $8500 for Homeless Youth PAYCE Foundation, Charter Hall and Kick Start have joined forces to raise money for the Property Industry Foundation’s (PIF) homeless youth fundraiser, National Hard Hat Day. Kick Start, a PAYCE Foundation social enterprise initiative, operates a fleet of mobile worksite canteens in

  • PAYCE Foundation digs deep to help the hungry

    PAYCE Foundation digs deep to help the hungry St Merkorious Charity stands between families getting a meal or going hungry. They serve 4200 meals every week to people who are struggling. And the on-set of Covid-19 has only increased the demand. (Left to right) Paula Nicolas –

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