• CatholicCare’s ‘Build Up Tassie’ program has been presented with a $10,000 cheque from MyState Foundation for 15 Ambassador Scholarships to assist young people in areas of high youth unemployment to m

  • A plan anchored in the Catholic tradition of mission, and developed in consultation with the Bridgewater and Gagebrook communities, has been awarded the Planning Institute of Australia’s (PIA) Public

  • Centacare Evolve Housing received fantastic news at the end of August. Two proposals they had submitted for community infrastructure developments have won grants totalling $691,000. A partnership prop

  • Tasmania’s Leader of the Opposition and Member for Lyons Rebecca White visited the Centacare Evolve Housing office in Bridgewater recently to meet our staff and hear firsthand about our housing projec

  • JOSHUA’S STORY “I am 22 years old and I live locally in Bridgewater. I am an active job seeker. I have been part of Build Up Tassie for six months. What appeals to me is to work in property in a

  • BELINDA Clarke, the engaging new face at the helm of CatholicCare’s Social Impact Project, shines a bright light on life. Her energy is reflected in her dress sense – on the day we met she wore an eme

  • CatholicCare’s Social Impact Program has made the news! The SIP initiative was highlighted in a recent publication from the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council. On page 18 of the Catholic

  • YOUNG lives are being turned around in our local community though an exciting employment program. Called Build Up Tassie, it’s an employment partnership initiative which is up and running in the Brigh