Working together to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

Our services

Carer
Get the support you need to care for the ones you love.
Emergency Relief
If you are in crisis or experiencing hardship, our emergency relief services are here to help. Uniting has delivered 35,000 food parcels and vouchers for people in crisis.
Employment Services
We match job seekers and employers with meaningful employment solutions. Uniting has helped 1,400 people find jobs through disability employment.
Early Learning
Uniting has helped 5,200 children receive early childhood education.
Family Services
Sometimes families need some extra support so they can work towards a happier and healthier future.
Money Matters
Finding it hard to manage your finances? We're here to help.
Training and Education
RTO training for you and you team.
Social Enterprise
Social enterprises are one of the ways you can support our work.

About Uniting

Uniting Vic.Tas is the community services organisation of the Uniting Church, delivering services and programs across Victoria and Tasmania.

We strive to make a difference for individuals, families and communities.

Inspire people, enliven communities

Latest news

Wimmera residents now have access to co-ordinated family violence and child wellbeing services
In August 2022, Uniting Vic.Tas provided a Submission into the Systemic Inquiry into the Educational Experiences of Children and Young People in …
On Saturday 10 September 2022, 600 Firefighters and other emergency service personnel are ‘stepping up’ to fight depression, PTSI (Post Traumatic Stress …
The latest edition of the Council to Homeless Persons Parity magazine gives a voice to the often-invisible group of people experiencing homelessness …
It was through working at Horsham Uniting Early Learning that Samantha discovered her passion for supporting families doing it tough.
National NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia in the first week of July each year (Sunday through to Sunday) to celebrate …
Uniting Vic.Tas fully supports the decision of the Tasmanian Government to raise the minimum age of detention to 14 years.
On National Sorry Day, we stand in solidarity with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and recognise the mistreatment, injustice and trauma …
Uniting had the pleasure of hosting the launch of the April 2022 issue of Parity Magazine in partnership with the Council to …