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We are committed to working in partnership with diverse groups, organisations and companies to deliver positive outcomes and strengthen individual, family and community wellbeing. We understand that collaboration and co-creation are important components for addressing complex disadvantage and enabling social impact. If you are considering partnering with CatholicCare, get in touch and let’s start a conversation.

Recent News

Building bridges through food and culture ...

Imagine fleeing your home for a new and unfamiliar country; holding your two young children close while you ...

Catholic schools unite for Christmas Giving ...

Students at Tasmanian Catholic schools have responded to the call to spread Christmas cheer with those struggling this ...

First in-take of apprentices at St ...

Six committed young people from Hobart were signed-up as the first building apprentices with the Catholic Church’s building ...

Partner With Us

We are committed to working in partnership with diverse groups, organisations and companies to deliver positive outcomes and strengthen individual, family and community wellbeing. We understand that collaboration and co-creation are important components for addressing complex disadvantage and enabling social impact. If you are considering partnering with CatholicCare, get in touch and let’s start a conversation.

News and Media

A House for Christmas

This year a Bridgewater family will be celebrating becoming home-owners rather than social housing tenants. And they won’t even have to move!...

Anti-Poverty Week launch

At the launch of Anti-Poverty Week on October 13 in Hobart, Tasmanian actor John X spoke about the crucial need to act on poverty “this year more t...

Mapping the Potential

Our key role in a nationwide study of disadvantageCatholicCare Tasmania has been deeply involved in groundbreaking new research that will ...

C4C Pantry Program

Burnie’s Communities for Children (C4C) has switched several of its funded programs to online, and we’re finding this is a great way to do things –...

New homes in Taylor Crescent

It’s a busy time in Taylor Crescent, Bridgewater right now as families move in to new houses built with funds from Centacare Evolve Housing’s Stock...

COVID-19 Media Release

CatholicCare Tasmania will remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic, in line with government guidelines.CatholicCare Tasmania offices ...

MSP's swimming success

Over the last ten weeks MSP has partnered with Nadia Azizabadi of From Zero to Hero to provide a swimming program at the Hobart Aquatic Centre for ...