CREATING opportunities for vulnerable country people requires a community effort and we are grateful to be supported by many organisations, businesses and individuals.
We sincerely thank you for your time, donations and care.
We thank our foster families for their care and commitment.
We thank our volunteers for their time and energy.
We thank our staff and board members for their dedication.
And we sincerely thank our supporters, from financial donors to those contributing valued goods, for increasing our impact in providing opportunities for life for country people.
We are lucky to have a broad pool of supporters, which includes businesses across the Limestone Coast, Riverland, Murraylands and beyond.
Our foundations are in the Anglican church and many churches and auxiliaries across the Diocese of The Murray, along with church and religious groups of other denominations and faiths, are proud and pivotal supporters of our work.
Many community and service clubs and organisations have made diverse contributions throughout the year, along with government bodies and other agencies, schools and other education facilities, the media, individuals, not-for-profit bodies and philanthropic trusts.
Together, your contributions increase our impact so we can do more to ensure country people have safe homes, positive relationships and enough money to live one.
While we have not listed all sponsors, we hope the stories in this report provide a snapshot of the diverse ways the community has supported our work.
With your help, we can continue to provide vulnerable South Australians with immediate crisis support, such as short-term accommodation, nutritious meals, clothes, blankets and other basic essentials when they need your support the most.
Your contributions also enable us to help these individuals and families secure long-term solutions to avoid being in crisis again.
Thank you for your contributions, care and support.