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What sustains Villa Maria Catholic Homes (VMCH) as an organisation is the engagement and contribution of our staff, our volunteers and our community supporters.

We are driven by a desire to celebrate the human spirit and to deliver services that unleash the potential for all people through innovation and inclusion.

There are many ways to support VMCH and your help is vital to the services we provide for the children and adults who access our specialist education, disability, aged care and community services.

Want to learn more about VMCH programs, appeals and projects via our SEASONS newsletter? Subscribe today to deliver to your inbox.

Ready to be a VMCH fundraiser? Learn more about how to organise VMCH to be your charity of choice.

Donations

Retirement

We welcome all donations large or small! Whether a once-off or monthly donation, we are grateful for your support.

Partnerships

Retirement

Are you a business, community group or local school ready to fundraise for VMCH? Or keen to provide in-kind or monetary support for our appeals and programs? We’d love to work with you!

Fundraising Appeal

Retirement

Our latest appeal DONATE TO CREATE will raise funds for a new Discovery Centre of Imagination in our specialist school, St Paul’s College. This state-of-art educational facility will promote learning and support students to thrive and reach their full potential.

Volunteering

Want to use your time and talents to help others? Please join our volunteering team! We have a huge variety of volunteering roles; each pivotal to our service delivery, positively contributing to the lives of our 7,500 aged care residents and customers.

Opportunity Shops

Retirement

We love a good Op Shop bargain! Support our services through visiting one of our four stores or donate your pre-loved goods to make a big change in the lives of the people we support.

Bequests

Retirement

Making a gift to VMCH in your Will is a significant legacy, leaving a long-lasting impact for older people, children and adults with a disability, their families and carers, now and in the future.

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