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Kildonan UnitingCare is one of Australia's oldest community organisations dating back to 1881.
Our Vision 
To facilitate thriving and inclusive communities based on respect, justice and compassion for all people.
Our Purpose 
To do this, we create and deliver integrated solutions that lead to social and economic inclusion.
Our Values 
We work with stakeholders and care for our people within the longstanding values of Kildonan
  • Respect
  • Trust
  • Compassion
  • Integrity
  • Justice
  • What's New
    Worried about your gas and electricity bills?
    The Home Energy Saver Scheme (HESS) is free and can help. HESS helps you gain control and confidence in managing energy usage and bills.  replica watches HESS can also assist you to access services in your area. Call 1800 685 682 if you're calling from Victoria, or 1800 007 001 nationwide to access advice or arrange a free home visit.  replica watches
    Congratulations - Robin Clark Memorial Awards
    Two of Kildonan's managers have been honored with the State Government Department of Human Services (DHA) 2013 Robin Clark Memorial Awards.  replica watches

    Congratulations to :
    Maree Corbo: Making a Difference with Children, Young People and Families Award
    Val Ayers-Wearne: Inspirational Leadership in the Field Award (Highly Commended)

    Click the name above and watch the videos to learn more, or read our media release.
    Kildonan UnitingCare has been working with ANZ for ten years to build financial inclusion
    Read some participant stories and more about ANZ's ten year celebration campaign here:
    Research shines a spotlight on economic abuse
    Kildonan UnitingCare together with Good Shepherd Youth & Family Service have released a groundbreaking research report on economic abuse, a little recognised form of domestic and family violence.

    The research revealed that, just like other forms of family violence, economic abuse can have devastating and long term impacts for women and children.

    Economic abuse is behaviour that controls 'a woman's ability to acquire, use, and maintain economic resources, thus threatening her economic security and potential for self-sufficiency'. The research provides a better understanding of this insidious and often hidden form of family violence and outlines recommendations of how industry, government and community sectors can better identify and prevent economic abuse.

    This research was made possible through support from SHARE Community Appeal and forms part of a Kildonan UnitingCare initiative to address the impacts of economic abuse in the community. A copy of the report is available here or for further information contact Sue Fraser at Kildonan UnitingCare:
    Sunplugged - 29 March
    Please join PepperTree Place for an off the grid event
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    Become a mentor
    and help change a young person's life
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    Kildonan Annual Report
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    Money Minded Financial Literacy Workshops
    FREE sessions - Tuesdays 10am - 12.30pm
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