Hope Community Services Community Pantry

Hope Community Services Community Pantry

At HOPE, we believe in the power of community. When a community comes together, there’s no problem too big to solve. Out in the Goldfields, food security one big problem that we are working with the community to address. In 2018, HOPE started the Community Pantry...
16 Ways for Every Day

16 Ways for Every Day

16 Days in WA is now a well-known campaign, raising awareness around family and domestic violence. However, to truly combat the epidemic of FDV in our communities, we need to act every day, not just for two weeks. Here are 16 ways to play your part in changing...
Merinda March: Ending the myth of the good bloke pushed too far

Merinda March: Ending the myth of the good bloke pushed too far

He isn’t usually like that. He just snapped. How many times have we heard a version of one of these phrases to describe a man who has perpetrated unspeakable violence upon a woman? It is shorthand for describing that ordinary, good bloke who just was one day pushed...
Paul Richardson: Riding into Recovery

Paul Richardson: Riding into Recovery

Paul Richardson is a man with a very big plan. Next month he will set off from Kalgoorlie on his bike and cycle roughly 27,000km around Australia to his story of hope and recovery. For the past few months he has had a solid training schedule, riding nearly 100km every...

Cindy Sambo: A caring nature

Caring isn’t just part of Cindy Sambo’s job. It’s her nature.  Long before she became the Coordinator of our Integrated Team Care (ITC) program in Kalgoorlie, Cindy Sambo was caring for people. She has worked in aged care, she has worked with hospitals and she is a...