In times of Disaster OR Crisis fast Acts of Support

Dorcas is the activities name of the Charity Aspley Caring through Service (ACTS).

Dorcas ACTS, is a Christian mission of the congregation of the Aspley Uniting Church Qld.  Dorcas is a person named in the Book of ACTS who performed charitable activities in her community.

Be thankful for everything

 Every dollar received is donated in full to people in need. All Dorcas ACTS activities are supported by volunteer services. Donations are tax-deductible.

Provides rapid compassionate financial support to individuals in times of natural disasters and crisis

100% volunteer-run organisation with over 98% of donations going directly to those in crisis

Works with community and church leaders to identify those in crisis who need immediate financial help

Crisis includes natural disasters such as fire, drought, and flood, and also personal crises such as domestic violence, hunger, and elder abuse

All Lives Have Equal Value.

“For I was hungry and you fed me, thirsty and you gave me drink; I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me; I was sick and you took care of me, in prison and you visited me.”– Matthew 25:35-36

News And Updates

Dorcas ACTS constantly seeks to find new avenues of service to humanity and does not receive any government funding. Currently, its funds come solely from fundraising by the congregation of the Aspley Uniting Church, but it can raise funds from the wider community if it has the capacity to do so. Dorcas ACTS has no administrative or fundraising costs. 100% of its gifts are used to meet its Charter.

News Story

The Newsletter of Dorcas ACTS


Charity Education News Story

Skills Access Fair May 2024

The inaugural Skills Access Fair organised jointly by Dorcas ACTS and The ORCA Project was held...

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New branding and name for ACTS

The reason for the change is that there are several thousand charities on the Internet world-wide...

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ACTS was established in 2007 when a small group of members of the ASPLEY UNITING CHURCH got together to discuss how Aspley Uniting Church could become involved in giving urgent financial help to people beyond our congregation who were in crisis situations.