Our Activities

Events of charity work include helping the poor with their clothing, food banks and providing entertainment such as theatre to help those in need.

Getting Involved


is dedicated to making a positive impact on communities in need. You can get involved by volunteering your time to local or international projects, participating in fundraising events and awareness campaigns, or making financial donations to support essential programs and resources. Advocacy is also crucial—spread the word about ACTS on social media to raise awareness. For a more active role, consider joining a committee to help shape the organization’s future. Businesses can support ACTS through corporate sponsorships, donations, or employee volunteer programs.

You are welcome to join us!

Our Stories

We share inspiring stories of transformation and hope from our various projects. These stories highlight the positive impact of our initiatives, showcasing the resilience and strength of the communities we serve. Each story reflects the dedication of our volunteers and the tangible differences made through their efforts. By sharing these narratives, ACTS aims to inspire more people to join our mission and contribute to creating a better world for all.

News Story

The Newsletter of Dorcas ACTS


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Charity Education News Story

Skills Access Fair May 2024

The inaugural Skills Access Fair organised jointly by Dorcas ACTS...

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News Story

New branding and name for ACTS

The reason for the change is that there are several...

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Projects and Events

Skills Access Fair 2024

The Skills Access Fair is a fundraising event run by two charitable organisations: The ORCA Project and ACTS.  It is also a unique opportunity for people to learn new skills.

Goal: $6,000
Raised: $5,430

More to come!

Stay tuned!

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ACTS (DORCAS) 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.