On June 18, Patrick Coghlan will rough it for the night and sleep in his backyard to experience what it's like to be homeless. Unfortunately, this is a reality for thousands of Australians. Please give what you can and help Vinnies support Australians in need.
Find out what five of the women at CreditorWatch think about equality, inclusiveness, and what it means to be a strong female in this post to celebrate International Women's Day 2020.
Did you know that over 116,000 people are experiencing homelessness in Australia? 28,191 of these people are in New South Wales. Unfortunately, a severe lack of social and affordable housing, coupled with a wide range of complicated social issues makes homelessness a difficult problem to tackle. Fortunately, there are ways to be a part of […]
Get to know the new staff at CreditorWatch CreditorWatch onboarded 12 new staff back in February. As part of the hiring process, we like to ensure that our staff members fit in with our core values. In this episode of CrewWatch, we’ll discuss those values and learn something interesting about our newbies! CrewWatch updates will […]
CreditorWatch reached new heights in risk reduction, but this time, it wasn’t credit related. This time, it ironically involved the risky endeavour of abseiling down a building to reduce the number of Australian young adults in crisis. Very brave members of our Sydney CreditorWatch team participated in the 2018 Abseil for Youth. Suzie Berry, Stirling […]
Last week, a few members of the CreditorWatch team and I, took a trip to Robertson, New South Wales to visit the Sir David Martin Foundation’s Triple Care Farm – and what an incredible, eye-opening experience it was. This coming October, we will be climbing down the 33-story BT Tower building in Sydney for the […]