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Kinship carers need much more than a fairer payment system

VCOSS submission to the Victorian Ombudsman’s investigation28 April 2017  |  

While financial concerns are a problem for kinship carers, it is difficult to separate financial support for kinship carers from the other types of support they need.

Published by under Advocacy, Carers, Children, Children and families, Pay Equity, Policy Areas, Young People and Families
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Strengthening the state: A snapshot of Victoria’s community sector charities

21 May 2015  |  

A new VCOSS report gives a snapshot of the contribution of Victoria's community sector charities to the state's economy and society, with charities employing almost 97,000 people, generating about $13 billion in income a year and being supported by almost 135,000 volunteers.

By under Advocacy, Community sector, Community sector strengthening, Sector Sustainability, Sector Sustainability Newsletters
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Strengthening the state: A snapshot of Victoria’s community sector charities

VCOSS Submission to21 May 2015  |  

A new VCOSS report gives a snapshot of the contribution of Victoria’s community sector charities to the state’s economy and society, with charities employing almost 97,000 people, generating about $13 billion in income a year and being supported by almost 135,000 volunteers.

Published by under Advocacy, Charity, Community sector, Community sector strengthening, Report, Sector Reform, Sector Sustainability Newsletters, Submission
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2015-16 State Budget Snapshot: Strengthening the community sector to help people thrive

8 May 2015  |  

VCOSS welcomes the funding certainty provided to community sector organisations in the 2015-16 Victorian State Budget. The state government has allocated $935 million towards covering community sector wage increases mandated under the Equal Remuneration Order (ERO). This will assist community organisations to meet the costs of increased wages and attract and retain skilled, professional staff.

By under Budget, Community sector, Sector Sustainability, Sector Sustainability Newsletters, State Budget
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