UFVRA - Australia  has been working directly with Queensland’s many communities since 2015.

Beyond initial refugee resettlement, UFVRA is committed to empowering the refugees and migrants we serve to be leaders in their communities and cultural ambassadors.

 

Over many years, we have seen firsthand how new Australians contribute to a vibrant and resilient society, culturally, politically, and economically. Every year, we help thousands of people from all backgrounds, across all of Queensland. Our focus is supporting and advocating for the needs, interests and contributions of culturally and linguistically diverse communities .

Strengthening Communities

We support social and economic participation for all Queenslanders through strengthening community associations, delivering leadership training, creating employment pathways and raising awareness of the benefits of cultural diversity.

Strengthening Communities

We are experts in delivering culturally inclusive aged care services through our community and Moorooka Homeless link team, Strengthening communities and the roles of individuals in building community life can help prevent disease and disability and expand resources for promoting social justice.

Health

A person’s health is crucial to their complete physical, mental and social well-being. At UFVRA we believe that all people should have access to health information and services that are culturally appropriate, and relevant to their needs across Brisbane.

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UFVRA is a member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and a signatory to the ACFID Code of Conduct and Fundraising Charter, which commits international aid and development organizations to good standards of governance, transparency, accountability and effectiveness.

UFVRA - Australia is a member of the UFVRA Alliance, a global network of grass-roots aid organizations working together in over 140 countries. Together we mobilize about $1.2 billion each year to create positive and sustainable change in the lives of poor and marginalized people regardless of their religion, politics, gender, sexual orientation, race or nationality in keeping with the highest international codes and standards.

UFVRA is proud to work with our corporate supporters,generous donors, charity partners, and volunteers to make our mission a reality, every day.Second bite network is an opportunity to work together and to share experiences and practice, recognising that together we can achieve much more.

We partners with Foodbank an amazing network of local, state and national partners to fight hunger. We truly value all our generous supporters and donors.

The Church Agencies Network (CAN) is a group of eleven Australian church-based aid and development agencies. The network is an opportunity to work together and to share experiences and practice, recognising that together we can achieve much more.

Our partnership at RCOA promote humane and compassionate policies for people seeking safety in Australia and around the globe. While we cannot predict the wars, conflicts

united federation of volunteers for refugees action gratefully acknowledges the support of the Australian Government

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