Baptist Care SA
Finding ways to make people’s lives better.
The Baptist Care SA Story
Baptist Care SA provides out of home care, disability care, youth education and employment, homelessness and therapeutic support services. Established in 1913, Baptist care SA currently has over 1,000 dedicated staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to help South Australians achieve their full potential. Baptist Care SA is committed to working with the State’s most disadvantaged, championing local issues and connecting with people to provide transition pathways from adversity to opportunity.
“WestCare has given me a safe place and the opportunity to go and help myself. WestCare is life-changing for people who want to change. WestCare find people who want to change and give them the opportunity to do so.”
Emergency Relief Food Donations
You can help us fight hunger in SA by donating non-perishable food and other essential items to our Emergency Relief program. This program provides food parcels to people in SA doing it tough.
How We Can Support Your Church
We welcome the opportunity to work with your local congregation to find ways to make people’s lives better and help you build stronger relationships with your local community.
Baptist Care SA is committed to working together in mission with the Baptist Churches of South Australia. For more information, click here
Read Our Latest LIFE Newsletter
Read more about how Baptist Care SA is helping South Australians move from Adversity towards Opportunity.
Collaborative Community Projects
Collaborative Community Projects provide opportunities for Baptist Churches in South Australia to partner together with Baptist Care SA to see vulnerable people empowered to move from adversity to opportunity.
Building Kingdom Communities
A FREE five study small group discussion guide, considering how the principles of Biblical Justice apply to five vulnerable people groups in our community.
Created by Baptist Care SA in collaboration with Baptist Churches of South Australia.
Change the future, today.
For many people, leaving a Gift in their Will is an opportunity to give a gift to an organisation they have been committed to throughout their life. It can also be transformative for those served by organisations like Baptist Care SA. In making these gifts, you are expressing enduring care and commitment.
If you are considering including a gift in your Will, the following pages will provide all the information you need or you can arrange for a confidential discussion by contacting Hugh Ballantyne on 8273 7100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please let us know if you have already made provisions in your Will for the work and ministry of Baptist Care SA as we would like to express our appreciation.