The PAYCE Foundation is standing shoulder to shoulder with some of the country’s most marginalized people. PAYCE Foundation Director Dominic Sullivan joined The Big Issue’s CEO Selling Event in Martin Place, Sydney. The Big Issue magazine is a fortnightly, independent magazine that is sold on the streets by homeless, marginalised and disadvantaged people. The
An innovative Sutherland-based program that helps women and children who have experienced domestic and family violence has received a major funding boost with the PAYCE Foundation pledging $300,000 over three years. The funding from the PAYCE Foundation - which is the philanthropic arm of property developer and investment company PAYCE – will not
Australia’s longest running choir for the homeless and socially disadvantaged, the Sydney Street Choir, will be offering its members the trip of a lifetime, flying to Hobart on January 9th 2019 courtesy of Virgin Australia and performing at some of Tasmania’s iconic cultural events including the MONA Museum and the Cygnet Folk Festival.
A ground-breaking domestic violence prevention program designed for construction workers is being expanded across western Sydney at the PAYCE urban renewal site Melrose Park. PAYCE has been a long-time supporter of Sutherland Shire Family Services through their philanthropic arm and were one of the key organisations in the construction industry to initially come
The PAYCE Foundation strives to help every person, despite their circumstances, enjoy a good quality of life. And that includes assisting our partner charities build capacity so they can achieve their goals to assist people. And there’s no better example than St Merkorious Charity which recently celebrated 10 trainees completing their Part Qualification
About 300 of Sydney’s most marginalised and vulnerable people turned out for the city’s inaugural Sydney Street Feast in the forecourt of St Mary’s Cathedral. Sydney’s Archbishop Anthony Fisher hosted the event which also marked the second World Day of the Poor on November 18. The PAYCE Foundation was a major sponsor
In just a few short years the demand for food services at Sydney charity, St Merkorious, has more than doubled and there is no sign of that changing any time soon. The charity is providing more than 3800 nutritious meals a week to the needy and thanks to the PAYCE Foundation
Cana Communities is a Sydney charity that has been helping people who are homeless and suffering from illness and addiction since 1975. Cana is also well-known for the products produced on its farm – the popular gift packs are sold to the public and the money goes back into supporting its services.
The Kick Start Café – which provides employment and training opportunities for disadvantaged youth – has proved such a success there are now plans to roll it out across Sydney construction sites. The PAYCE Foundation has backed the construction of a fleet of food trailers and plans to partner with other companies
These shiny mobile food trailer not only serve great food, but if a Sydney-based foundation achieves its goal there will be one on every construction site, not only feeding hungry workers but also kick-starting young people’s careers. The Kick Start Café program, which was originally backed by leading property and investment company PAYCE,