One of eight outreach services delivered by St John of God Health Care, Horizon House provides safe, stable accommodation to young people aged 16-22 years who are currently experiencing or are at risk of homelessness.
Addressing guests in her welcome message, CSPWA Executive Director, Siobhan Allen, recognised the dedication of parents who make the choice to send their children to a Catholic school, “then contribute to making that school the best it can be.”
The theme for the 2022 Mandorla Art Award is Metamorphosis – a profound or radical change and references to the scriptural verse from the prophet Isaiah which says Reference: “I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?”
Aged care provider Southern Cross Care won the category for Community Organisation Not for Profit for their work in providing care to the 51 residents, and in judges comments for “treating their residents like family.”
Archdiocesan agency Identitywa recognised staff’s achievements and hard work amid a challenging year, in their annual Employee Recognition Awards for 2020. Board Chair Graeme Mander and Chief Executive Officer Marina Re extended their gratitude “for the commitment and dedication of the nominees”.
Catholic Social Services Western Australia (CSSWA) has last week recognised two people whose contributions and dedication have brought much positive impact to their local communities.
Catholic School Parents Western Australia (CSPWA) acknowledged five categories of individuals, groups, and a parish, in appreciation of their significant contribution to work collaboratively with their schools and parishes to provide a Catholic education to help all children reach their full potential.