Department of Human Services staff across Tasmania came together during 2018 to raise almost $30,000 for close to 70 charities.
Continue reading Tassie staff dig deep for the community
You never know what opportunities might come your way when you volunteer.
Continue reading Fighting fires and floods – Denise is here to volunteer
Tasmanian Seniors Week (16 – 22 October) is a chance to shine a light on the growing number of older Australians embracing the Internet.
Continue reading Logging on for Seniors Week
A toy drive is bringing joy to the faces of children at the Royal Hobart Hospital Paediatric Ward, thanks to the generosity of Department of Human Services’ employee Paul Kaproulias and his colleagues. Continue reading Toy Story: Department staff helping sick kids
With around one in five Australians speaking a language other than English at home and over 400 languages spoken in Australia, the Department of Human Services provides extensive support to people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Continue reading Celebrate cultural diversity during Seniors Week in Tasmania
The Department of Human Services’ Mobile Service Centre ‘Golden Wattle’ recently toured rural and regional communities in Tasmania, to provide information, support and access to government services.
Continue reading Servicing Regional Australia: Rain, Hail or Shine
NAIDOC Week is a great opportunity to share the work the Department of Human Services Indigenous Specialist Officers do.
Continue reading Indigenous Specialist Officers connect with their community
Department of Human Services staff put their passion for golf to good use and took on the challenge of playing every golf course across Tasmania in one month to raise money for beyondblue.
Continue reading Department staff driving force behind Carts FORE a cause
Kurt Tuthill Program Manager at the Department of Human Services has fond memories of his Dad bringing home an orphaned wombat when he was 5 years old, so it’s not surprising in his spare time he’s now a wildlife carer in Tasmania.
Continue reading Kurt and his furry friends