UnitingCare Ageing is one of the services which will now fall under the new brand ‘Uniting’.
Uniting has grouped all its services, including aged care, disability, community services and chaplaincy, under the same name to create a more prominent brand.
Executive Director of Uniting Peter Worland is proud of the work Uniting does in the community and to see all Uniting services adopting a new name, which truly represents them.
“All of our services are going to look more like one family. Our new name, Uniting, represents our vibrant homes and services,” Mr Worland says.
“Uniting will continue to be a strong voice for the disadvantaged and will be taking a more visible public stance on some of the country’s most challenging social issues.
“We advocate on behalf of the thousands of individuals we serve every day. Our celebrations today reaffirm our commitment to the people we serve every day. We’ll do everything we can to help them live the lives they choose.
“Of course, we proudly remain a part of the Uniting Church and look forward to furthering its ministry,” Mr Worland concludes.
Uniting operates in News South Wales and ACT. The not-for-profit organisation offers high care, residential care homes, retirement living, in-home and in the community care, healthy living for seniors and respite care services and services more than 14,000 people. The revitalised look will not affect the services provided by Uniting.