Staff from the Department of Human Services hope their small gesture brings huge smiles to the faces of the children of refugees and asylum seekers.
Daffodil Day is a great opportunity to talk about the importance of regular health checks.
On 27 June, a fire caused extensive damage to the Department of Human Services’ Goulburn Service Centre, as well as the adjoining St Vincent de Paul Society’s store.
The Department of Human Services supported Guide Dogs Australia during May, with a month long fundraising campaign to suggest a name for a Guide Dog puppy.
In this episode of the Human Services Podcast, General Manager Hank Jongen talks homelessness.
Department of Human Services staff put their passion for golf to good use and took on the challenge of playing every golf course across Tasmania in one month to raise money for beyondblue.
June 14 is World Blood Donor Day. The Department of Human Services has been supporting the Australian Red Cross Blood Service since 2007, saving thousands of lives through the donation of blood, plasma and platelets.
The Make-A-Wish foundation has been granting wishes for seriously ill children for 30 years with the help of incredible volunteers like Department of Human Services staff member Tamara Webb.
The recent Australian Red Cross Awards highlighted the significant contribution in blood donations Department of Human Services staff have made to the important organisation, particularly in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
It’s always difficult to cope with the loss of someone close, but for Cath Nicholson’s friends and family, channelling their grief into comfort for others has helped the healing process begin.