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YEARS
Celebrating & Supporting Diverse Communities
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OUR MISSION
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Sydney MCS is a not for profit organisation committed to the direct relief of suffering among people, who, because of barriers such as language, poverty, isolation and disability are not able to enjoy the advantages of this society.

Aged Care
AGED CARE
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Here at Sydney MCS we specialise in the provision of aged care services for people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds (CALD). We recognise and value that people from CALD backgrounds have their own unique needs when it comes to in-home personal care.

Disability
DISABILITY
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Sydney MCS is a NDIS registered service provider from 1st July 2017. As part of NDIS, we take a ‘lifetime approach’ to support all Australians who have a loved one with a disability and ensure you get peace of mind in receiving relevant care and support.

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About us

Sydney Multicultural Community Services is a not for profit organisation. With more than 30 years of experience, we have helped Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities, including the aged, newly arrived migrants and refugees and those in crisis, suffering from language barriers, isolation, disability, poverty, disadvantage, and helplessness.

OUR MISSION

Sydney MCS is a not for profit organisation committed to the direct relief of suffering among people, who, because of barriers such as language, poverty, isolation and disability are not able to enjoy the advantages of this society.

WOMEN & YOUTH

Women and youth faces distinct challenges in participating in the productive sectors of the economy. Sydney Multicultural Community Services regularly organises youth and women specific programs to help provide them with person centred strength based case work with holistic approach, knowledge, employment, capacity-building activities and support services to gain control over their lives, overcome barriers and achieve their goals.

OUR SERVICES

LATEST NEWS

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REFUGEE WEEK PICNIC 2021

Sydney Multicultural community Services cordially invites you to join and enjoy the picnic and free BBQ at the Centennial Park

BAYSIDE COMMUNITY GRANT AWARD 2021

Sydney Multicultural Community Services (SMCS) would like to thank Bayside Council for Bayside Community Grant 2021.Our CEO Rosa Loria and

SPANISH ART FOR WELLBEING WORKSHOP

Join our SPANISH Art for Wellbeing workshop to explore your inner self and to express yourself in a creative and
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GET INVOLVED

Volunteers play such an important role at Sydney Multicultural Community Services. As a multicultural organisation, our volunteers are also incredibly diverse, they represent 20 different language groups, and we pride ourselves on our multilingual volunteers who can connect with the client’s language and culture.

EVENTS

Sydney MCS organises many events throughout the year. The events promotes intercultural understanding, community harmony and social inclusion. Our events such as International Women’s Day, Harmony Week and Multicultural Seniors Carnivale celebrates cultural diversity and can lead the way to social harmony by engendering positive interactions amongst people from all kinds of backgrounds.

GET IN TOUCH

HEAD OFFICE

  • 3 General Bridges Crescent, Daceyville NSW 2032
  • (02) 9663 3922
  • info@sydneymcs.org.au

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

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Comment made by client’s daughter, Rema: “Mum doesn’t recall many things, but she does your group. She constantly asks when Friday is, so she can go out with you. Thank you for doing a…

- Juile Spyridon
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Comment made by client’s daughter, Emilia: “My mum was very happy today… It makes me happy to see her happy. I am very lucky. At 94 my mother still knows she’s doing and getting…

- Aldina Soares
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Comment made by client’s daughter, Angela: “I never saw mum happier and more socially engaged. Mum’s social life is much better than mine. She loves the outings and she cheerfully talks to friends about…

- Elly Lathouras
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