26 Aug 22
Now supporters can make regular donations through pre-tax pay.
25 Aug 22
Students in the Solomon Islands have returned to school after a year of disruptions caused by COVID-19 outbreaks and lockdowns.
20 Aug 22
Africa is on the brink of a devastating famine that threatens to leave millions at risk of extreme hunger
19 Aug 22
This World Humanitarian Day, we honour #OurLocalHeroes, celebrating the work of our dedicated partners who are tackling ongoing crises across this world during 2022.
12 Aug 22
August 13 marks International Youth Day, a day raising awareness of the cultural and economic issues that impact youth worldwide.
09 Aug 22
Read about Kirsty Robertson's, Chief Executive Officer at Caritas Australia, visit to Ethiopia and her recollections on the impact of the Africa Food Crisis on the people.
A bequest to Caritas Australia does not only continue your legacy but can support the work that we do with vulnerable communities across the world and in Australia.
02 Aug 22
There is so much information about the world food crisis right now it might be hard to know where to start. Here's the first five things you should know when thinking about the world food crisis and how it affects us all.
01 Aug 22
Right now, 49 million people are facing famine. Here in Australia, we’ve seen our own food prices skyrocket due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic, climate disasters and most recently, the conflict in Ukraine.
13 Jul 22
With funding from Caritas Australia, Caritas Samoa successfully installed water tanks for 32 families living with unreliable water access in 17 Samoan villages.
Caritas Australia CEO Kirsty Robertson and Advancement Director Richard Landels are in Ethiopia to meet communities affected by the food crisis and displaced people who have fled conflict zones.
04 Jul 22
This week, we celebrate National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) Week, which provides an opportunity for all Australians to learn about Indigenous cultures and our shared histories, and to participate in celebrating one of the oldest cultures on Earth.
Caritas Australia stands in solidarity with partners in India and Bangladesh after devastating flooding
23 Jun 22
Caritas Australia stands in solidarity with the people of India and Bangladesh in the wake of the worst monsoonal floods in recent history. Dozens have died and millions of homes left inundated across the countries, leaving over 9.5 million stranded, without food and extremely vulnerable.
23 Jun 22
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake has devastated Afghanistan and Pakistan, causing over 1,000 deaths and a further 1,600 injuries.
20 Jun 22
The number of displaced people worldwide has surpassed 100 million for the first time, propelled by the war in Ukraine and other conflicts across the world.
06 Jun 22
Caritas Australia stands in solidarity with the people of Nigeria after the devastating attack on St Francis Xavier Church in Owo this past Pentecost Sunday.
31 May 22
To support people who have been affected by this crisis, Caritas Australia supporters from around the country have joined forces to raise much-needed funds to provide vital aid to the people of Ukraine as they continue to experience extreme hardships and conflict.
30 May 22
Schools in the Solomon Islands will reopen for the first time this year after a major COVID-19 outbreak delayed the start of the school year by more than five months.
27 May 22
National Reconciliation Week is observed from 27 May to 3 June every year. These dates commemorate two significant milestones in our nation’s reconciliation journey— the successful 1967 referendum, and the High Court Mabo decision.
24 May 22
Caritas Australia congratulates Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and the Australian Labor Party on winning the federal election and welcomes Labor’s stated commitment to foreign aid and the Uluru Statement of the Heart.
20 May 22
More than $3.5 million have been raised through the Caritas Australia Ukraine Appeal, which will provide much-needed emergency food, shelter, medication, clean water and other essentials.