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WORKING TOGETHER FOR A WELCOMING COMMUNITY

The NSW Humanitarian Hub is a collaborative project between four organisations who work with refugees and people seeking asylum:

The Asylum Seekers Centre, The House of Welcome, The Jesuit Refugee Service and The Refugee Advice and Casework Service.

The Hub provides a centralised website for our current and prospective volunteers. We hope the Hub will be a place to gather information, learn how you can volunteer with us and find relevant training. By combining our volunteer resources, we aim to provide the most appropriate support for those who need our help.

We believe in a warm welcome, dignity and justice for all who seek asylum.

Welcome to the NSW Humanitarian Hub!

ORGANISATIONS OF THE HUB

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

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NEWS

JRS moves to Westmead!

10 October 2018|

JRS is relocating from Parramatta to 2 Darcy Rd, Westmead, re-opening on Monday, 15th October. JRS has been offered the use of a building by the Marist Brothers that has enough

RACS has a new home!

10 October 2018|

RACS has moved to 30 Botany Street, Randwick NSW 2031. As the Sydney Children’s Hospital is expanding, our supporter and key partner, the University of New South Wales, has offered RACS

Wentworth for Refugees

28 September 2018|

Is your candidate for Wentworth attending our forum to discuss refugee and asylum policy? www.wentworth4refugees.org.au Right now, there are close to a 100 children seeking asylum trapped on Nauru. Doctors are

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OUR PHILANTHROPIC PARTNERS

Our vision would not be possible without the collaborative effort of our three funding partners:

The Caledonia Foundation, the Sidney Myer Fund, and the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation.

The NSW Humanitarian Hub acknowledges and respects the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, work and learn.