“They come when it is freezing cold and it’s pouring with rain or when it’s a stinking hot 40 degrees. On those sorts of days when they show up, it puts a lump in your throat. They come because ...
A colourful dance performance backed by traditional Aboriginal music took place at MercyCare\'s McAuley House in Wembley to celebrate NAIDOC Week.
MercyCare today launched a new-look website designed to reflect the heart of the vital services provided in the local community.
MercyCare case worker Jawid Musawer will reignite his inner artist to showcase the plight of refugees and asylum seekers as part of Refugee Week.
MercyCare’s free community-led Community Feast series has been a hit among local residents.
MercyCare is set to provide budding refugee stallholders with the opportunity to hire a roving market stall to use at various markets across Perth.
Candle and soap making workshops have proved to be a pivotal step towards building enterprise opportunities among refugee women.
It takes a special person to be a nurse and there has never been a more challenging time to do this important work than during a pandemic.
Refugee and migrant women from different cultural backgrounds converged at MercyCare’s Wembley Early Learning Centre last month to take part in a fun evening of candle-making.
Refugee or migrant women who are looking for job opportunities or want to build their skillset can now seek support as part of MercyCare’s recently launched SETS Innovation program.
MercyCare was recently named a recipient of the highly regarded Community Organisation Award at the Western Australian Multicultural Awards.