Join the NSW Social Justice Network

The Vinnies NSW 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?

Meet some of our members!

Carmel Hanson
Carmel Hanson

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.

Laurie Eakin
Laurie Eakin

I strongly support Vinnies aspiration to give people in need a hand up rather than simply a hand out, simultaneously treating them with love, respect, justice, hope and joy, and while working for a just society with compassion. I’m inspired to  follow my eldest sister and her late husband into Vinnies to play a small part in an increasingly important and relevant organisation in an increasingly insular and fragmented society.

Patrick Mahoney
Patrick Mahoney

Everything from the earliest days of my life has been about sharing and equality… As Social Justice Representative, I hope to provide a voice for Regional NSW. The Armidale Central Council has a growing number of ageing, single residents, many who live on fragile rural land, have access to limited public transport, and they have few resources. Their issues need to been discussed and understood.

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Join our NSW Social Justice Network

St Vincent de Paul Society NSW
is a member-based lay Catholic organisation that has been assisting people experiencing poverty and disadvantage across NSW for 135 years.
We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of this land, with deep respect. May Elders, past and present, be blessed and honoured. May we join together and build a future based on compassion, justice, hope, faith and reconciliation.