UnitingCare. Helping you live life in all its fullness

Since the early 1900s, we’ve been helping people across Queensland and the Northern Territory live life in all its fullness.

 

Today, we’re a courageous and creative health and community services provider and one of the largest charities in Australia. Connecting with people in every corner of our community, from Coomera to Katherine, we’re here to help address some of the most pressing social issues faced by our communities.

 

What we do

 

Every day we’re engaging with people from all walks of life. Through our accessible services we’re committed to empowering older people, those living with a disability, people requiring health care in hospital or at home, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, children and families.

 

Our focus is on meeting people where they are and walking alongside them to achieve positive change and growth.

 

Built on compassion

 

Our connection with the Uniting Church means we’re an organisation built on compassion. You’ll see it in our 17,400 employees and 9,200 volunteers. Each year, we work with more than 430,000 individuals, families and communities in over 460 locations.

 

We never stand still, adapting to stay ahead of an ever-changing society and confidently speaking out for fairness and justice. In partnership with clients, communities, governments and other providers, we deliver services characterised by innovation and wisdom.

 

At UnitingCare, we strive to help the people we serve experience life in all its fullness.

Learn more about the UnitingCare family

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Lifeline
middle aged man with black hair smiling towards someone out of frame inside a hospital building
St Stephen's Hospital
female staff member shaking hands while smiling indoors with an elderly female client
Buderim Private Hospital
elderly female patient sitting in a wheelchair outdoors looking up towards the female staff member standing beside her
The Wesley Hospital
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St Andrew's War Memorial Hospital

Learn more about us

Mission and values
We are here to improve your health and wellbeing, guided by the values of compassion, respect, justice, working together and leading through learning.
Advocacy
The most vulnerable people in our communities rely on UnitingCare to defend their right to live the best life possible.
History
Firm in the belief that everyone deserves to live their best possible life, UnitingCare's founders shaped and inspire the fantastic work we do today.
Reconciliation
Reconciliation is at the heart of our programs, services and initiatives to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Sustainability
UnitingCare is committed to protecting the environment, by reducing our carbon footprint and becoming more resource efficient.