Join the Social Justice Network

The Vinnies Social Justice Network is a community of people committed to building a more just and compassionate NSW. Together, we take actions like collecting signatures for petitions, visiting our MPs, and hosting community events. Our network is for everyone; no matter your experience, location or availability, we have meaningful ways to get involved. Will you join us?

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Our advocacy training will provide you with everything you need to become an active and effective advocate. To express interest in an upcoming training click below to send us an email.


Many Australians need your help today. Your donation enables us to help individuals and families to find a safe place to sleep when they have nowhere else to go.


Volunteering with the Vinnies Social Justice Network is a great way to build your advocacy and campaigning skills. If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer please click below to email us.

Meet some of our members!

As a Christian I have no choice but to be involved in the fight for social justice for ALL. The St Vincent de Paul Society walks with and empowers those whose life is a struggle. Such commitment flows over to advocating for political powers to change the unjust systems which imprison the marginalised in poverty. Vinnies enables me to be part of the empowerment and the advocacy.

Carmel Hanson

Carmel Hanson

The gap between the rich and poor continues to widen and I see first-hand how this impacts the most vulnerable in our society. We are seeing a dramatic increase in homelessness and people struggling to make ends meet. We are also seeing more people with depression and anxiety and I am passionate about turning this around.

Mary Yaager

Mary Yaager

Be the change you want to see. Make the emotional connections with people isolated by poverty, hold their hands through the tough times and be the shoulder they can lean on. Don’t just talk about your compassion, act on your compassion to change lives. Be the light in someone’s darkness.


Michelle Chahine

Michelle Chahine