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The Office of Environment and Heritage is running an Appliance Replacement Offer to replace older inefficient fridges and TVs to improve living costs and help our environment.

Congratulations if you or a family member has just graduated from high school this week. While the HSC is still to come many young people will be thinking about what to do once it's over.

  23 September 2016

Nepean Belle cruise once again a great day out for Evolve Housing and Mission Australia residents 


Residents from Evolve Housing and Mission Australia Housing were treated to a cruise along the beautiful Nepean River upon the Nepean Belle paddlewheeler yesterday. Despite the grey weather, 45 residents from EH and MHA came together for a delicious meal and fun time.

A raffle was held for two $50 vouchers which were won by one Evolve resident and 1 Mission Australia Housing resident. 

Rough Threads is holding its annual event for people experiencing homelessness and disadvantage on Saturday 8 October 2016 in Darlinghurst.

The event is free and is for anybody in the community needing extra help! 

See all of the details below.


13 September 2016

The Evolve Housing for Youth (EHY) team has held a successful open day event at their Merrylands office inviting staff, community support partners and clients into the office to find out more about the work that EHY does. 

Representatives from Parramatta Mission (Uniting Hope), Centrelink, Cumberland Council, Myfoundations, Barnardos, Holroyd Youth Services, Western Sydney Community Forum, Mission Australia and Evolve Housing staff including CEO Andrea Galloway were all present. 

Australia Post are looking for Christmas casual workers to work between October 2016 and January 2017. 

Evolve Housing is excited to announce the winner of the #myhomemystory competition of the living room makeover! The entry with the most votes wins a living room makeover worth up to $5000 by celebrity interior designer James Treble. 

Evolve Housing was honoured to win the award for Excellence in Business Ethics at the Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence (WSABE) last week, especially given the high standard of finalists.

At just 22 years old Masi has experienced situations most of us could not imagine. Living with the constant fear of persecution and the atrocity of war in Afghanistan, at the age of only 14 Masi was forced to flee his home with his Uncle in search of a life of safety and peace.

Evolve Housing was honoured to once again be the lead organiser for Western Sydney Homeless Connect in 2016.