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Volunteers are the lifeblood of the ASRC. Join over 1200 volunteers and make a positive impact on the lives of people seeking asylum.
Help provide refugees and people seeking asylum with food, housing, healthcare, legal aid and advocacy. You donation brings hope.
Whether you walk, jog, run or skip, be part of a team that truly makes a difference. Join team ASRC and Run 4 Refugees!
There are a heap of fun ways you can help raise funds for the ASRC; from hosting an event and setting a challenge to selling a product where proceeds support people seeking asylum.
Offering a donation to the ASRC in lieu of a gift, celebration or in memorium, is a wonderful way to advocate for, and create positive change for people seeking asylum and refugees.
Leaving a legacy gift or bequest is a wonderful way to make a lasting and positive impact on the lives of people seeking asylum in the community.
Our food and material aid programs offer food security and essential items to people seeking asylum and refugees thanks to the generous donations of people like you.
Workplace giving is one of the easiest ways to support the ASRC, it also providing great benefits to employers and their staff who choose to give from their pay.
As an organisation, you have the power to change the lives of people seeking asylum and refugees. Your support can make a difference.
ASRC Catering is an award-winning social enterprise of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) serving delicious global food experiences since 2006.
ASRC Cleaning is a social enterprise of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) that provide commercial and domestic cleaning services around Melbourne.
ASRC CEO and Founder, Kon Karapanagiotidis offers over fifteen years experience as a public speaker and emcee. His talks inspire the hearts and minds of audiences.
Find current vacancies and how you can be part of the ASRC team.
The Schools program provides young people with the opportunity to learn more about people seeking asylum. Find out how your school could visit the ASRC.