Advocating for people
big and small.

With a collective voice, we achieve more.
Join us as we rally together and face injustice head-on.

Raising a voice and restoring community​

Uniting for a cause.

At Uniting, we come alongside our consumers, striving to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice. 

Positive change is possible if we work together. Speaking up and standing as one, we can influence our world and protect our most vulnerable people. 

By delivering a strong consumer voice in our advocacy work, we include:

Your voice
Consumers are heard by decision-makers.
Your experience

Our advocacy is based on lived experience.

Your choices
Consumers share in decision making about our advocacy.

Advocacy in action.

This Homelessness Week, we’re joining forces with organisations across the country to help put an end to homelessness.

Uniting Vic.Tas welcomes the approval of the Victorian Early Childhood Teachers and Educators Agreement (VECTEA) …

Uniting Vic.Tas, one of Australia’s largest community services providers, has been acknowledged as a national leader on inclusion.

This funding package will help ensure nobody gets left behind. It will mean emergency relief services can provide for more …

Uniting Vic.Tas CEO Bronwyn Pike has welcomed the Federal Government’s decision to provide a temporary COVID disaster payment to eligible Victorians from …

We welcome the 2021-22 Victorian State Budget as delivering for vulnerable Victorians.

Boost for aged care, disability, childcare and mental health, but affordable housing and homelessness miss out.

As a leading provider of alcohol and other drug treatment services to the Victorian community, Uniting Vic.Tas fully endorses the recommendations by …

The $100 a fortnight cut to the JobSeeker payment will force more people into poverty and place even greater pressure on emergency …

Research and advocacy
Putting evidence to work.

To strengthen community services across Victoria, Uniting has partnered with Swinburne University of Technology.

Professor Erin Wilson has stepped in as the Uniting Kildonan Chair in Community Services Innovation. Based in the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) at Swinburne, Professor Wilson is leading a research program in social innovation and community services.