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ASRC Building Hope Appeal

Sep 15 -

Oct 07

Show your support where it's needed most.

The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) is building a new support centre in Dandenong.

The ASRC’s ‘Home of Hope’ in Footscray supports more than 6,000 people seeking asylum each year yet in the South-East region of greater Melbourne, there is no service that can offer these support services and meet the needs of its community.

The ASRC’s Dandenong hub will be a service centre that individuals can depend upon for services such as legal advice, English classes and education programs, the ASRC Foodbank as well as daily community meals, employment support, casework, housing support and access to a health clinic. 

Donations to the ASRC’s ‘Building Hope’ Appeal can be made here, or call 1300 MY ASRC or 1300 692 772.

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Asylum Seeker Resource Centre

Online only

September 15 – October 7

www.asrc.org.au

2020-09-15 00:00:00 2020-10-07 00:00:00 Australia/Melbourne ASRC Building Hope Appeal

The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) is building a new support centre in Dandenong.

The ASRC’s ‘Home of Hope’ in Footscray supports more than 6,000 people seeking asylum each year yet in the South-East region of greater Melbourne, there is no service that can offer these support services and meet the needs of its community.

The ASRC’s Dandenong hub will be a service centre that individuals can depend upon for services such as legal advice, English classes and education programs, the ASRC Foodbank as well as daily community meals, employment support, casework, housing support and access to a health clinic. 

Donations to the ASRC’s ‘Building Hope’ Appeal can be made here, or call 1300 MY ASRC or 1300 692 772.

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