People in Gaza are in urgent need of humanitarian aid. Your support is needed now to help provide immediate basic needs.
More than 5 million people, including 2 million children, have been forced from their homes. We must act now.
Climate change is causing widespread devastation across the world with an increase in extreme weather events such as storms, floods and drought impacting people worldwide.
Be their partner in recovery, their partner in compassion
In the face of adversity - of conflict, of hunger, of disease, of crisis, or natural disaster - people do not lose their capability. They lose their resources, their connections, their voice and their ability to create meaningful, enduring change for themselves. You can be there for these people, standing alongside them in empathy and understanding, putting your compassion into action by helping provide access to what they have lost, helping them build a better future.
Climate change continues to bring unprecedented challenges for people living in the most vulnerable and remote communities in Zimbabwe. Priscilla learnt conservation farming skills to grow drought-resistant crops and started poultry farming to support her family during the current food crisis.
As a person with a disability living in remote India, Biru faced the prospect of a life of poverty and discrimination. With your support, he participated in entrepreneurship training and gained the skills to become financially independent.
Shaniella from the Solomon Islands was determined to forge a path out of poverty, moving away to a rural vocational school. With your support, she was able to overcome the challenges of natural disasters, and gain the skills she needs to create a brighter future for herself.
The theme of Project Compassion this year is For All Future Generations, with Caritas Australia highlighting the inspiring journeys of three resilient women.
Today marks one year since the devastating earthquakes that killed over 50,000 people and devastated parts of Türkiye and Syria.
Sally Thomas Humanitarian Emergencies Lead at Caritas Australia reflects on the peacekeeping potential of humanitarian aid.
The impact of climate change on our neighbours in the Pacific is extreme. Our voices, together, can persuade governments and polluters to take action to achieve climate justice and protect our common home.
Whether it's getting active or hosting an event there are many ways that you can raise funds to support people in vulnerable communities.
Your commitment to tackling poverty and supporting sustainable change can live on with a gift in your Will.
Every dollar can change lives. By donating just a small amount each month, you can help provide essential support such as improving access to clean water, healthcare and education.