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Football fans can now cheer every goal kicked at the MCG for the rest of the 2017 season as EnergyAustralia has pledged to donate $50 to VincentCare for every goal scored.

Over the past few weeks, a group of men from VincentCare Victoria’s Reconstructing Life after Dependency program (RLAD) have completed painting a therapeutic arts project entitled ‘One day at a time’ on the wall of the car park at Jewell Station in Brunswick.

Representatives from Victoria Police, local government and Department of Health and Human Services gathered in Shepparton for the official opening of VincentCare Victoria’s Hume Community Hub on 8 May 2017.

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  2. Moving on the homeless does not make them disappear
  3. A Christmas Day to remember
  4. Christmas Lunch for Melbourne’s most disadvantaged
  5. EnergyAustralia VincentCare Donation
  6. Warrior to Goddess - Book Launch
  7. Media Coverage: Housing For the Disadvantaged with BigPicture
  8. Media Coverage: Housing Stress Hits Women - Moreland Leader
  9. Media Coverage: Riding for a Cause - Riverine Herald
  10. In response to the Federal Treasurer’s speech to the Urban Development Institute regarding housing affordability
  11. MEDIA RELEASE - More than 'soup kitchens'
  12. VincentCare named Community Organisation of the Year
  13. State budget commitment to housing welcomed
  14. Students to the rescue
  15. Christmas bundles of joy
  16. Care agency brings relief for Bright
  17. ABC News Breakfast broadcasts from Ozanam House kitchen [video]
  18. North Melbourne Football Club visit Ozanam House (video)
  19. Northern Community Hub staff and clients crucial in the development of Ask Izzy app
  20. Back to school an added challenge for children experiencing family violence
  21. Positive behavioural changes can start at school
  22. Christmas lunch for 300 people experiencing homelessness
  23. Charity focus on homeless
  24. Use East West Properties for the Homeless
  25. Slump means a Hump
  26. Housing Date Cause for Concern - The Moreland Leader
  27. Support Agency Tackles Underlying Issues
  28. Re: The Poverty Trap
  29. Aged Care Sale Guarantees High Quality Service To Continue
  30. Re: Maintain the Rage until Domestic Violence stops.
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  32. Regarding the World’s Most Livable City award
  33. A regional response to family violence
  34. Time to look at the impact of rising education costs
  35. Christmas lunch eases loneliness
  36. Cameron proves disability is no barrier to excellence

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