From aged care to counselling, social housing to caring for children and young people, our members help people get back on their feet after hard times, or live independently with the right support.
Members employ more than 11,500 staff, work with 3000 volunteers and have an annual turnover of $1 billion. Each year, they provide home care services to 18,500 older Australians, and personal, family or practical support to 164,000 people in need. Members also provide 5900 homes for individuals or families in social housing, residential aged care and retirement villages.
Find out more about member organisations by clicking on their logos below.
Ashfield Baptist Homes
Ashfield Baptist Homes is a not for profit organisation operated by Ashfield Baptist Church. Its purpose is to provide aged care based on Christian principles for people in the Inner West of Sydney. From its establishment in 1950, it now encompasses 156 residential aged care places as well as home care services
Baptcare (VIC & TAS)
Baptcare provides care to older people, children, families, people with a disability, financially disadvantaged people and asylum seekers. Our experience has been built over a 70-year history of providing care and support to vulnerable and sometimes marginalised people in our community. Today our broad range of services extend across Victoria and Tasmania with care and support being provided by over 1,600 skilled and professional staff at over 40 locations.
Baptist Care NT
Baptist Care Northern Territory was formed in 2009 as an initiative of Baptist churches in Darwin. We exist to express God's love by helping to meet people's needs â€“ social, emotional, physical or spiritual. We provide a range of services including direct food support for struggling individuals and families, programs to encourage self-sufficiency and community development, and advocacy assistance. This is achieved in partnership with the churches and the wider community.
Baptist Care SA
Since our humble beginnings in 1913, we have grown to over 1,200 dedicated staff and volunteers, working tirelessly to help South Australians achieve their full potential. Weâ€™re committed to working with the State's most disadvantaged, championing local issues and connecting with people to enable positive change.
BaptistCare (NSW & ACT)
From humble beginnings in 1944, BaptistCare has grown into one of the nation's most respected care providers, employing more than 4000 staff, with a further 1000 volunteers. Each year, we support thousands of people across NSW and the ACT through more than 160 facilities and programs.
We are one of WAâ€™s largest not-for-profit providers of residential care, at home services, retirement living and disability services, supporting individuals and communities in metro and regional areas for over 40 years. At the heart of everything we do is one simple principle: we care aboutâ€¯people. Baptistcare works through 20 service locations and 14 aged care residential facilities across metropolitan Perth and regional Western Australia.
Bethshan Ministries is a non-denominational Christian, charitable organisation that serves people of all ages through a retirement village, a camp and conference centre and a church. Bethshan was founded in 1908 and has been ministering to the community in Wyee, New South Wales for over 100 years.
Since 1949, Carinity has been making a real difference in peopleâ€™s lives through comprehensive and integrated community services. These include the provision of care to the frail aged, shelters for homeless youth, helping families and young people through difficult times, support for people with disability, secure retirement lifestyle communities, chaplaincy support and alternative education for teenagers who struggle in traditional schools.
LifeCare is a community services organisation passionate about helping people in tough places flourish. We provide help for people in our local community who are experiencing hardship such as relationship issues, depression and anxiety, domestic violence, addictions and other challenging life situations.
Maroba Caring Communities is a Christian organisation that provides respectful and tender care for the aged in the Newcastle community of Waratah in NSW. Services include independent living, assisted aged care and full residential care.
The Village Baxter is a multi-tiered retirement community dedicated to the care of older people. Established in 1974, it is situated on 75 acres of landscaped parkland on the borders of Frankston, Baxter and Langwarrin in Melbourne. Services include independent living, home care and residential care.