As a result of their efforts during the floods, our Kimberley team was awarded the 'Above and Beyond' award.
MercyCare's Staff and Volunteer Day was an incredible experience filled with inspiration and purpose.
Over 400 staff and volunteers celebrated the Excellence Award Winners at Optus Stadium.
Noongar artist Peter Farmer recently collaborated with MercyCare Staff to create the art series.
Mercy Week, honours the founding of the first 'House of Mercy' in Dublin in 1827 by Catherine McAuley,
Recently, our Multicultural Support Services, Youth, and Disability teams collaborated with the Out of Home Care team to create 40 starfish, all for a good cause.
National Reconciliation Week 2023 has been a remarkable journey for MercyCare, filled with powerful moments of unity and reflection.
We kicked off National Reconciliation Week (NRW) 2023 by joining our fellow Western Australians for the Reconciliation WA NRW Virtual Breakfast.
The local community gathered in Wembley for the tradition including residents, staff and MercyCare volunteers.
Jennie Burns, Executive Director of Family and Communities, discusses A Localised Approach to Housing for Young Mothers and their Children.
The floods significantly impacted Derby, Fitzroy Crossing and surrounding communities. The flood waters were so extreme that they cut off these communities from the rest of Western Australia.