BaptistCare’s Wallsend Community Centre celebrates a major milestone delivering over 25,000 meals to the local community.
Over 250 delegates hear from experts presenting their innovative programs and the latest research on how to help people with dementia to live well and die well.
Alf Bourne, long-serving volunteer celebrates his 100th birthday while also being announced as a Senior Finalist in the NSW Volunteer of the Year Awards.
More than 190 low-income earners benefit from loans in Dubbo since the program’s launch in January 2011.
80 new luxury independent living apartments are unveiled at Kellyville’s award winning community, The Gracewood.
A 12 strong staff-based choir at BaptistCare Griffith release their first album in time for Christmas as part of a fundraising campaign for BaptistCare HopeStreet.
HopeEnterprises, a professional and commercially competitive business offering people a real and sustainable pathway out of long term unemployment is launched.
Residents settle into superior surroundings as a new 60 bed wing opens and a $23 million redevelopment project nears completion.
YouChoose app is launched to enable customers the ability to design their own home care package to meet their financial and personal needs.
BaptistCare is allocated two of the four pilot programs by the NSW Government under a $5.28 million package for domestic violence behaviour change programs.
The NSW Government shortlists BaptistCare to develop a proposal to tap into SAHF, the State’s biggest social housing reform in 40 years.
The inaugural Halo Ball is held in Sydney with over 400 guests, successfully raising awareness and over $70,000 for Tara’s Angels and women and children who are victims of domestic violence.
Seniors in need of housing support move in to Garimaleh Place, our newest community housing development in Lismore.
The new Customer Engagement Centre is launched to deliver an industry-leading experience for customers through a single point of contact.