Our Mission

Marist180 is a Catholic organisation which strives for positive change in the lives of young people and their families, particularly those most at risk and on the margins of society.

Our Vision

In the spirit of Saint Marcellin Champagnat, we seek to give hope to young people so that they can flourish, live fulfilling lives and contribute to the common good.

Daramu win Commonwealth Bank Grant

Marist180 is excited to announce that Daramu were successful in applying for the Commonwealth Bank Centenary Grant, and received a cheque for $10,000, presented by the Blacktown Commonwealth Bank Manager, Kyse Areda, who visited us at Daramu.

Work With Us

Are you the allied health professional we are looking for?
We are currently seeking dynamic dedicated professionals who love work variety and are registered with the relevant health professional agency to deliver face to face as well as coaching, training and skills development activities in our organization.

NSW Youth Service of the Year Award Nomination

Marist180's Youth Homelessness Team attended the Youth Action, Youth Worker Awards 2018. Our team were nominated by Blacktown City Council for the NSW Youth Service of the Year Award for their outstanding work with homeless young people in Western Sydney.

Last financial year the team supported a total of 367 young people between the age of 12-25 within the Blacktown and Hills LGA who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

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About Marist180

At Marist180, we provide a range of programs and services to help a young person create positive change in their lives. We believe that when a young person feels connected to a supportive community and has access to education, accommodation and employment they can achieve their goals. That’s why we aim to empower young people and their families, so they can build their own bright future.


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People Served by Homelessness Programmes

454

People in Education and Employment Programmes

12

People in Apprenticeships with 180Painting Services

130

Volunteers

342

Dedicated Employees

70

Residents in Out of Home Care