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BaptistCare wouldn't be what it is without the support and partnership of so many people.

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Ways To Partner

BaptistCare wouldn't be what it is without the support and partnership of so many people. To all the staff and volunteers providing life-transforming care to the people who need it most, we say thank you!

There are many ways you can Partner with BaptistCare. You can become a member, contribute to the Foundation, or be a member of your church partnership ministry. By doing so you will help us continue to provide authentic loving service and care for the frail, aged and disadvantaged members of our community throughout NSW and ACT.

BaptistCare Membership

As a BaptistCare partner in ministry, you will receive:

  • Regular prayer updates
  • Copies of the Hope magazine
  • The Annual Report and invite to the Annual General Meeting
  • Opportunities to visit BaptistCare services
  • Invitations to special BaptistCare events
  • Personal volunteering opportunities
  • Copies of BaptistCare promotional material
  • A membership Certificate
Five categories of BaptistCare Memberships

Church Relationships

Since 1944 when BaptistCare commenced as the NSW Baptist Homes Trust, Baptist churches have been significant partners in all our ministries through prayer, volunteering and giving. BaptistCare is committed to this partnership and continues to provide opportunities to build church relationships and encourage churches as they connect with their communities.

If you would like more information on how to partner with BaptistCare, please contact BaptistCare.

Some of the ways we partner with churches include:

BCS Foundation

The BCS Foundation was established in June 1995 and accepts donations, bequests and other benefits from the public. The funds are invested in accordance with the provisions of the Trustee Act of NSW. The BCS Foundation is a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) and all donations $2 and over are tax deductible.

Your donation is invested and the income generated by your investment is given to BaptistCare programs as the trustees determine. You may elect for your donation to go to a specific purpose or to the Foundation’s General Fund.

Income is paid to BaptistCare's support programs which generally receive little or no Government funding. The BCS Foundation currently supports:

  • Warilla North Community Centre
  • Domestic Violence Supported Accommodation
  • BaptistCare Relationship Services
  • Chaplaincy services.

The Trustees may also from time to time make contributions to BaptistCare from the capital held by it for a purpose approved by the Trustees.

The Trustees of BCS Foundation comprise three directors of BaptistCare and four independent Trustees.

The current Trustees are:

  • David Evans
  • Garry Tyler
  • Brian McSweeney
  • John Church (BaptistCare nominee)
  • Corinne Glasby (BaptistCare nominee)
  • Craig Collins (BaptistCare nominee)

For more information about the BCS Foundation, contact the Foundation office on 1300 275 227 or email

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