About Us

The Vinnies NSW Social Justice Network is a community of people committed to building a more just and compassionate NSW.

We combine our expertise supporting people in need with the people-power of our members to challenge the causes of poverty and disadvantage.

Life can be a daily struggle for many people but we believe it doesn’t have to be this way – there is much we can do to ensure everyone can live a full and dignified life.

We take actions big and small, from collecting signatures on petitions and organising events to meeting with local political representatives.

Our network is for everyone. No matter your experience, location, or availability, we have meaningful ways for you to get involved.

Hear from our social justice representatives about what social justice means to them and why you should join our network.

NSW Social Justice Committee

The NSW social justice representatives on our state-wide committee are:

The
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.