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Welcome to People Who Care

People Who Care is committed to a caring community - one in which those who are able look after those in need.

People Who Care offers a wide range of aged and community care volunteer opportunities in the Perth metropolitan Region.

We can help you find the perfect fit - the one that meets your interests, skills and time schedule. You can volunteer as frequently as you like, and we will ensure your volunteer experience makes a difference to a person in need.

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Latest News

80's Charity Quiz Night

26/11/2016

Dust off your rara skirt, fluro fingerless gloves and wear your best 80's gear to help raise money for Perth Charity People Who Care.  

While you are having a great night of fun, games and the occasional quiz question.....  celebrate that you are fundraising at the same time for people in Perth who are living below the poverty line, are homeless and in need of desperate support services from our metropolitan charity.  

Supporting our 80's Charity Quiz Night will not only help us provide "Packed With Care" domestic violence emergency kits to people in crisis situations but we also supply food, clothing and other much needed resources to people who are in desperate need of support from someone who cares.  

If you can join us on November 26th then you will be that someone.

We hope to see you there all dressed up and ready to go!

Book NOW!  80squiznight.eventbrite.com.au

 

Tickets

Single General Admission $25 

Table of 10 (Pay for 9 get the 10's FREE) $225

Catered Table of 10 (fingerfood provided) $350

VIP Table of 10 (fingerfood, goodies. gift bags and more...) $550

 

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WE BEAT THE RECORD!

29/04/2016


Yes, it is true. We beat the previous world record and had 148 participants on International Pay It Forward day, 28th April.

Due to the overwhelmingly positive feedback we will look at hosting another event next year and hope to see if we can beat our own record in 2017.

If you would like to view some of the images from the event please check out our facebook page www.facebook,com/peoplewhocareinc and let us know what you thought of the event by emailing linda.ross@peoplewhocare.org.au

Thank you to everyone who joined in!

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Seniors Outdoor Fitness World record Attempt

28/04/2016

Seniors Outdoor Fitness World Record Attempt & first official launch in Perth of International Pay It Forward Day

Thursday 28th April, 2016 ~ the fun starts at 9 am at the Bell Tower and the world reccord attempt kicks off at 11am. 

A new unofficial Guinness World Record was set on 20 June 2014 for the largest seniors outdoor exercise class where a total of 52 people turned up for the exercise class in Sydney’s northern beaches. Prior to this attempt the only existing, similar world record for people aged over 70 years is the oldest dance troupe, The Hip Op-eration Crew from New Zealand, consisting of 23 active members aged 67 to 95 years old, with an average age of 79 years.

People Who Care is very proud to host this event in Perth to ‘Pay it Forward’ to Perth seniors and provide an opportunity to not only encourage the benefits of senior fitness but to launch international Pay It Forward day in Perth.   

Celebrating Pay It Forward Day for People Who Care is a way for us to show all of Perth exactly what it means to be one of Perth’s People Who Care and Pay It Forward to our seniors by bringing them together for this wonderful event.  

Pay It Forward day, is always held on the last Thursday in April and is a concept articulated by Catherine Ryan Hyde from her book of the same title. To Pay It Forward you just need to act in a selfless way and show that you care to those around you by an act of charity, whether it be a stranger, a friend or someone who may just need some support from someone in the community they live in.

The outdoor exercise class will be run by professional trainers from Mind Over Matter Personal Training and is proudly supported by the Perth Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority and our many other sponsors. We hope to attract over 400 seniors to the event and encourage them to stay all day and share in the many wonderful events planned on the day.

For more information about our World Record Attempt please go to www.seniorsworldrecordattempt.eventbrite.com.au

We hope to see you there!

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PWC- Newsletter - March 2016

01/03/2016

Welcome to the latest issue of In Touch, the newsletter that keeps People Who Care’s employees, volunteers,supporters and clients up to date with all that’s happening in the organisation.

If you have a story that you think would enhance the next edition of In Touch, send it in by post or email to head office. All the contact details are below.

CLICK HERE

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Newsletter - December 2015

08/12/2015

Welcome to the latest issue of In Touch, the newsletter that keeps People Who Care’s employees, volunteers,supporters and clients up to date with all that’s happening in the organisation.

If you have a story that you think would enhance the next edition of In Touch, send it in by post or email to head office. All the contact details are below.

CLICK HERE

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Newletter - September 2015

01/09/2015

Welcome to the latest issue of In Touch, the newsletter that keeps People Who Care’s employees, volunteers,supporters and clients up to date with all that’s happening in the organisation.

If you have a story that you think would enhance the next edition of In Touch, send it in by post or email to head office. All the contact details are below.

CLICK HERE

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Newsletter - June 2015

08/06/2015

Welcome to the latest issue of In Touch, the newsletter that keeps People Who Care’s employees, volunteers,supporters and clients up to date with all that’s happening in the organisation.

If you have a story that you think would enhance the next edition of In Touch, send it in by post or email to head office. All the contact details are below.

CLICK HERE

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Services Achievements for 2013-2014

31/07/2014

On behalf of the Board of People Who Care I would like to extend my thanks and congratulations on achieving an outstanding result in service delivery targets during the 2013-2014 year.

Across the organisation the services delivered have met or exceeded our contractual requirements of 100% and this success is even more significant given that most agencies delivering services struggle to achieve an 85% benchmark.

As satisfying as the results have been for the 2013–2014 period, I’m particularly delighted because these results have been our aspirational target for some years now.

This achievement places People Who Care most favourably to seek a growth of our funding which enables us to assist more frail aged and disabled members of our community.

Your hard work has been noticed and I wish to extend my thanks to you for your willingness to pull together to achieve this significant result.

I am truly proud of this organisation’s achievements and look forward to working with you in the new financial year.

My kindest regards,

Rhys Mitchell

Acting Chairperson

People Who Care Board of Management

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Power a pensioner

01/07/2013

Power a Pensioner is about giving a hand to Perth's and the South West's frail aged pensioners who rely solely on the pension and are living in extreme poverty.

For further information or to make a donation go to www.everydayhero.com.au/event/PowerAPensioner
 

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