Communicare is a dynamic charity which helps more than a quarter of a million Australians every year. Since 1977, the organisation has grown rapidly establishing a reputation for innovation, leadership and professional excellence in Support Services.
Teenage parents in Armadale, especially young fathers, are in need of greater support, according to a study conducted by Curtin University for the Communicare Inc. Communities for Children program.
A generous contribution by one of Western Australia’s premier legal firms, Jackson McDonald, has boosted the employability of 50 of Communicare’s job seekers.
The Communicare Active Together (CAT) program is looking for young people aged 15 to 18 years living in Cities of Armadale, Gosnells and Canning and Town of Victoria Park, who are interested in motivating and inspiring their peers.
Communicare’s 2012 Christmas Appeal made the wishes of hundreds of WA Children come true this year thanks to the community and organisations who took part as Corporate Claus’, CEO Martine Pitt said.
One person’s trash is another’s treasure- so be a stallholder at Communicare’s Trash and Treasure Market on November 18 and free up some space in your home.
Former stolen generation residents of Sister Kate’s Home Kids, their descendants and indigenous elders came together for the inaugural NAIDOC event organised by Sister Kate’s Home Kids Aboriginal Corporation (SKHKAC) at its auspice agency Communicare’s grounds on July 3.
Communicare is calling for Expressions of Interest from the community sector to deliver Communities for Children Activities in Armadale from 1 July 2012 – 30 June 2014.