Our Partners - Centacare Brisbane

Our Partners

Our Partners

To our community and all the people that support us, we could not do our vital work without you. Your ongoing support and generous contributions are greatly appreciated.

Centacare would also like to thank the State and Federal Governments for financially supporting our work in the community over the past year.

Acknowledgements and Funding Bodies


  • Department of Social Services
  • Attorney-General’s Department
  • Department of Health
  • Department of Education and Training


  • Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services
  • Queensland Health
  • Department of Education and Training
  • Department of Housing and Public Works
  • Arts Council
  • Department of Justice and Attorney General – through Legal Aid Queensland
  • Gambling Community Benefit Fund
  • Queensland Corrective Services
  • Queensland Police Service


  • Brisbane City Council

Centacare is an approved provider of

  • Home Care Packages Program
  • National Respite for Carers Program
  • Commonwealth Home Support Program
  • Queensland Community Care Services
  • Veterans’ Home Care Program
  • Home Assist Secure Program
  • Specialist Homelessness Services
  • Homestay Program
  • Disability Services
  • Community Mental Health Programs
  • Family Mental Health Support Services and Child Care
  • Our Catholic Community
  • Archdiocese of Brisbane and Parishes
  • Brisbane Catholic Education
  • Queensland Catholic Education Commission
  • Catholic Social Services Australia
  • Catholic Religious Australia – Queensland (CRAqld)
  • Archdiocesan Development Fund
  • Toowoomba Diocese and Warwick Parish
  • Australian Catholic University

Community partners

We are grateful to the many schools, Parishes and community groups who generously support our work through financial and material donations, volunteering and promotion.

Supporters and appeal donors who regularly give

Thank you to our regular givers who continue to provide much needed funds that enable us to provide help and create hope to those in need. Centacare relies significantly on donations for its non-government funded Pastoral Ministries, which provides practical and compassionate support to the imprisoned, the hospitalised, the unemployed, people with disabilities, the Indigenous community, those living with mental illness, prisoners and families and young people in crisis.


We appreciate the foresight of supporters who have left a lasting legacy through a gift to Centacare in their Will. We also appreciate the generosity of their families in supporting these wishes. Bequests enable us to reach out to more families, children, young people and individuals through traditional programs and innovative new services.