Anglicare WA is a leading not-for-profit organisation that works in Western Australian communities to alleviate disadvantage and support people from all walks of life. We are highly regarded by our clients, partners and government.
In the past year, Anglicare WA helped over 44,000 Western Australians in 55 communities across the state through 76 different services. This included helping people experiencing family and domestic violence, supporting people to strengthen their family relationships, and working alongside people experiencing with homelessness, poverty, and mental illness.
Our vision is a just and fair Western Australia where all people can thrive. We deliver best practice and innovative services in order to drive positive and sustainable change in our local communities.
Anglicare WA is one of the leading providers of relationship services designed to help individuals, couples, families and children to build healthy and successful relationships. Services include counselling, trauma and crisis support, separation services, family law support and disability services.
We are committed to collaborative relationships and partnerships in supporting the provision of effective, holistic and person-centred services.
Our work is achieved in a spirit of reconciliation between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Western Australians.
Who we help
Money raised through the Op Shop Ball will go towards services like Young Hearts – a free counselling service that empowers young children to overcome physical, psychological and emotional trauma and abuse caused by family and domestic violence.
Young Hearts currently operates in the Peel region but with the increase in domestic violence across our State, demand for services just like this has become more urgent.
Learn more about Young Hearts.