Courage to Care encourages individual acts of courage, social activism, action against apathy, a sense of empathy, a better understanding of history.
Chairman (NSW): Juliet Seifert
Chairman (Victoria): Tony Weldon
Courage to Care is a major outreach program and travelling exhibition, designed to show people of all ages, all races and all persuasions that the individual can make a difference in a society which no longer cares, and that all of us has a personal responsibility to ourselves, our family and our community.
The purpose of our commission is to:
Chairman: Tony Levy
The B'nai B'rith Parents Home (Vic) Inc owns 17 one bedroom flats and 2 two bedroom flats in Inkerman Rd, Caulfield. One of these is occupied by a resident Caretaker, the remaining flats are used as affordable independent living accommodation for older Jewish people.
We charge a reasonable ingoing fee and a small monthly maintenance fee. Some of our residents have been with us for many years and flats don't become available very often. The buildings were built in the 1960s and we are spending a large amount on their continuing maintenance.
The Melbourne Parents Home is run by a hardworking and very capable committee of B'nai B'rith members.
Learn more about how B'nai B'rith Australia / New Zealand is making an impact in communities across our region.