Celebrating young people making a difference

Andrew Mellody Applications for the 2016 Connections UnitingCare Anti-Poverty Awards are now open. Any school or young person aged 16-30 working on a project to overcome poverty is encouraged to apply.

Leaders of tomorrow

Tracey Gregory (left) and Anita Marling-Bauer (right) Gawler East Primary School in South Australia has been recognised with the Connections UnitingCare Anti-Poverty Schools award for raising awareness about displaced vi

Anti-Poverty Awards

By TIM LAM What began as a series of fundraising concerts in Melbourne has grown into a not-for-profit organisation that empowers overseas communities to lift themselves out of poverty.

Young Australians tackle poverty  

Many young Australians are passionate about making a difference in the world. Connections UnitingCare’s Anti-Poverty Awards recognise and support young people tackling poverty in Australia and abroad.