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Brigitte Krstanoski has been caring for her son Tony for nearly 33 years. Tony has intellectual and physical disabilities and has been receiving National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) funding since November last year. “Tony is finally able to have the life he deserves,” says Mrs Krstanoski....

Move over firefighters and cute fluffy puppies. A bunch of brave ladies from a Central Coast nursing home have bared all for a calendar fundraiser. Following in the footsteps of actors Helen Mirren and Julie Walters (stars of the film Calendar Girls), the 18 female residents...

At Uniting, we believe that love is the greatest superpower there is. Love amplifies and spreads as a force for good, helping individuals and communities overcome challenges. Love stands up for the marginalised and vulnerable and lets people become their true selves. This Sydney Gay and...

It doesn’t matter who you are or where you’re going. Acceptance and a welcoming attitude is a valued asset. How did Alma become such a gem? “I found out my niece was a lesbian, and my sister never told me. I wanted to know why. I...

Christmas is here. For some it’s a time that fills life with excitement and expectation; for others it is a time of disquiet, uncertainty, even of rejection; while for others, our feelings about Christmas are a bit of a mixed bag. The values we share at...

In 2015 rap artist D.Minor (real name Daniel) was invited to represent Australia at the World Championships of Performing Arts in Long Beach California. With help from the Uniting aftercare program in Western Sydney and our Youth Education Support and Scholarship Scheme (YESSS), Daniel was...