Asylum Seeker Resource Centre blog

    • 16 JUL 19
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    Moved by the Generosity of Man with a Van

    Moved by the Generosity of Man with a Van

    Companies across Australia are leading social change by partnering with charities and non-profit organisations like the ASRC to champion compassion and freedom.  Founded 18 years ago in Melbourne by then university student Tim Bishop, Tim saw a gap in the market for friendly and reliable movers at affordable prices and so began Man with a

    • 11 JUL 19
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    Suzana on volunteering

    Suzana on volunteering

    “My name is Suzana, and I’m a Program Support Volunteer with the ASRC’s Community Food Program. I’ve been volunteering here since April. I’d wanted to volunteer with the ASRC for so long. The catalyst to finally filling in the application form was when my youngest child started high school. I immigrated to Australia from Slovenia

    • 05 JUL 19
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    Thank you from Anne

    Thank you from Anne

    My name is Anne. For over a decade I have been a nurse in the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre’s Health Program. I start my day with a train ride to amazing Footscray. As I cross the road  to ASRC my heart always leaps a bit because I know I will see on our steps a

    • 05 JUL 19
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    Foodie Friday – Kamla’s Tomato Rice

    Foodie Friday – Kamla’s Tomato Rice

    Kamla is one of the ASRC’s member volunteers. She has been volunteering in our Community Meals Program for almost two years, and her beaming smile lights up our kitchen several times a week. Our member volunteers bring the amazing flavours of their home countries’ cuisines to our Community Meals. “People of other nationalities come here

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