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									2007 Excellence Awards
At the Annual Public Meeting in November, we were delighted to present the following Excellence Awards:


Catherine McAuley –                                 Mary MacKillop –




                                                                                                                                                            Meryem Ali
Excellence in Volunteering                          Courage in Life (Joint Winners)
Terry Mervin –                                      Meryem Ali –
Volunteer in Barwon Region –                        Connected with a Family Services Team
Bayview Disability Services                         at St Anthony’s Family Centre

Terry has displayed excellence and                  Meryem is a mature 17 year old young
commitment over 5 years as a volunteer, in          person. During her childhood, Meryem
a number of different roles. His particularly       experienced a transient lifestyle with
unique contribution has been his annual             periods of homelessness. She has had to
leadership of a group activity for men who          become independent and self reliant in




                                                                                                                                                            David Lewis
are fathers of a child with a disability. He has    caring for herself in advance of her age and
engaged fathers with our service in a way that      development. Her father died when she was
would be very difficult for the staff team of        12 years old and the family experienced an
Bayview who are all women.                          extremely difficult time.

Each year Terry has hosted an activity for men      Despite this, Meryem is a responsible, mature
who don’t otherwise engage very closely with        young person who pursued her goal to
our service, and who don’t have much chance         complete Year 12/VCE at Werribee Secondary
to share with other men in similar situations.      College where she began Year 7 – the one
There have been fishing boat trips, abseiling        constant aspect of her life. She has applied for
adventures, and trips to watch speed trials         tertiary studies in one of the areas of community
and car racing at Calder and Avalon speedway.       welfare, public relations or event management.
Terry facilitates these outings with great skill    To achieve this, has taken enormous resilience,
and sensitivity, and the fathers who come           determination and commitment. The award has                David Lewis –
invariably return for the next activity. There      enabled Meryem’s struggle and endeavour to                 Connected with Bayview Disability Services
is informal sharing of life experiences and         be acknowledged and the achievement of her                 David Lewis is 17 year old; he is doing Year
the challenges of caring for a child with a         goal celebrated.                                           11 at Norlane High School and lives with his
disability, and there’s always lots of laughter.                                                               family. David has McCunes Albright Syndrome
One dad describes his day on the fishing boat                                                                   – a rare bone and endocrine disease, which
                                                                                                Terry Mervin




as “the best day of my life”.                                                                                  causes David to have multiple fractures,
                                                                                                               broken bones, and cists, which means he is
Edmund Rice – Excellence                                                                                       living with very significant levels of pain.
in Professional Practice
                                                                                                               David presents as a young man of courage,
Tim Bearup –                                                                                                   graciousness and integrity. He faces on a daily
Manager, Rice Youth Services                                                                                   basis obstacles to performing and participating in
                                                                                                               his life, which few individuals could even imagine.
Tim Bearup has made an outstanding
contribution to MacKillop Family Services                                                                      When we think of someone performing acts
since he was first employed in 1999. His                                                                        of courage, it is easy to identify someone
inspirational leadership, excellence in practice,                                                              who has performed a single courageous
unswerving commitment to and expression of                                                                     act. When I think of the courage that David
the MacKillop values and his professional and                                                                  requires on a daily basis to get out of bed, get
ethical conduct stand out as an example of                                                                     dressed, go to school (his levels of pain do not
                                                                                                Tim Bearup




excellence both within the Rice Program and                                                                    always allow him to attend) the obstacles he
across the whole organisation.                                                                                 meets to maintain his friendships and family
                                                                                                               connections, and all this with graciousness,
Tim is a constant example of a person of                                                                       generosity and friendliness that is inspirational.
unconditional integrity, wisdom and empathy
to others. Tim works from a strengths based                                                                    As we reflect on these acts of courage, and
perspective and he acknowledges this through                                                                   the many others we witness in the hundreds of
highlighting people’s potential, talents and                                                                   people we work with every day, our response
skills in the small and big things they do.                                                                    can only be to offer ‘whatever it takes’.



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Thank you so much!
D       oing ‘whatever it takes’ requires the
        combined effort of many talented
people. We give thanks for the following
                                                  Dawn Armstrong
                                                  Helen Baker
                                                  Kathryn Best
                                                                                          Denise Cooper
                                                                                          Laura-Maree Corda
                                                                                          Cally Cowan
full time and part time permanent staff of        Rhiannon Carvill                        Christopher Craig
MacKillop Family Services for the work they do.   Kerrie Davies                           Ninevah Haddad
                                                  Christie English.                       Roberta Hall
(As at 5 October 2008)                            Maryanne Foreman                        Carol Handyside
                                                  Kathleen Garner (Sr)                    Genevieve Huf
In Barwon                                         Helen Gray                              Raelene Jones
Bayview Disability Services                       Andrea Hehir                            Ann Kelly
Lois Boswell                                      Belinda Kos                             Caitlyn McLoughlin
Holly Broomhall                                   Gail Northausen                         Charles Muir
Heather Cooney                                    Casey O’Brien                           Gloria Nielson
Leona Daniel                                      Lindy Simpson                           Tegan Pain
Penelope Jones                                    Lauren Sims                             Mandy Petrovski
Marjorie Knight                                                                           Kelly Rideout
                                                  St Augustine’s Education and Training   Melinda Robinson
Colleen Manson                                    Susanne Adams
Sally O’Toole                                                                             Laura Scerri
                                                  Kylie Armstrong                         Breta Searby
Susanne Smith                                     Steven Berry
Amanda Thomas                                                                             Tenille Thomson.
                                                  Stewart Brilliant                       Tanya Vella
Heather Traill                                    Paul Conway
Allyson Walshe                                                                            Rosita Vincent
                                                  Ross Cuthbertson
Louise Wilkie                                     Amanda Davis                            Family and Community Services
MacKillop Youth Services Barwon                   John Hagan (Br)                         Munira Adam
Rebekah J Argent                                  Matthew Henry                           Veronica Backhouse
Dawn Bennett                                      Sean Houston                            Carolyn Bam
Emma Brew                                         Anthony Hunt                            Tania Battiau
Gregory Cockerell                                 Diane Jones                             Helen Boots
Suzanne Demur                                     Elizabeth Kelly                         Judith Cain
Ruth Dorman                                       Adam Kelsall                            David Cameron
Mathew Dyer                                       Tracey Lunnon-Talbot                    Brenda Carmen
Glenys Hiemstra                                   Richard McGlynn                         Katrina Clement
Claire Hunt                                       Veronica O’Hehir                        Victoria Cobb (Sr)
Tamara Johnson-Slader                             Simon Rau                               Vicki Coverdale
Anne Lancashire                                   Bruce Rea                               Mary Davis (Sr)
Fiona Lorimer                                     Ruth Rees                               Domenic Durantini
Dawn Merry                                        Mark Russell                            Marycon Edrial-Muntz
Brooke Mills                                                                              Gail Evans
                                                  Administration Barwon                   Catherine Foreman
Kathleen Morrissy                                 Norman Boysen
Peter Murphy                                                                              Amy German
                                                  Anne Condon                             Anne Gibson
Daryl Nadolski                                    Kerrie Condon
Michelle Neicho                                                                           Niny Ha
                                                  Murray Hawkins                          Ann Harley
Jennifer O’Malley                                 Jennifer Hocking
Adam Page                                                                                 Lisa Harrison
                                                  Tracey Kays                             Hazel Hayes
Maria Pitaro                                      Sandra Kearney
Kaylene Price                                                                             John Heath
                                                  Melanie Oborne                          Joanne Hjorth
Darren Rose                                       Donna Simpson
Edith Schwarz                                                                             Sharon Horton
                                                  Rhonda Sossi                            Karen Johnson
Erin Van-Elst
Carolyn Werner                                                                            Rosemary Knox
                                                  In Melbourne                            Glenda Lapsley
Alexandra West
                                                  Alternate Care North West               Laura Lungo
Mercy Children’s Services                         Glenn Armstrong                         Anna Marincic
Louise Aitken                                     Diana Calogero                          Robyn McVeigh
Kerry Anthony                                     Narelle Connelly                        Elizabeth Moloney (Sr)




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Noelene Morran                        MacKillop Youth Services North West   Sandra Hollingworth
Bernard O’Regan                       Shureeka Alves                        Ann Hughes
Candice Presnillo                     Jacqueline Anile                      Michael Jaskierniak
Janet Ray                             Gavan Baring                          Anna Karagiannis
Victoria Stojanovski                  Jo-Ann Belsar                         Maria Malakos
Rebecca Upton                         Guzude Bilal                          Jayne Mitchell
Maria Veljovic                        Natarsha Borg                         Giselle Morgan
Louise Waycott                        Patricia Chin                         Jo-Anne Murdoch
Barbara Wolfenden                     Carla Cotter                          Kathryn Prior
Suzanne Wood                          Vince De-Paola                        Clive Reid
Gregory Woolford                      Trevor Dray                           Raymond Reiffel
Bridget Zubiri                        Natalie El-Fahel                      Ronald Ryer
                                      David Favazza                         Roslyn Scuteri
Family Relationships Centre           Edward Fraser                         Mary Thornton
Broadmeadows                          Michelle Hines                        Christine Thornton-Gaylard
Kathryn Barry                         Jason Hines                           Martin Toone
Donna Boon                            Belinda Hrusza                        Tulay Turcan
Dallas Davidson                       Irene Jones                           Andrew Webster
Irene Lewis-Hansom                    Josephine Karbanenko                  James Whitton
Patricia Mahony (Sr)                  Patrick Krywyn                        Southern Services
Carol Makhoul                         Silvana Lettieri                      Natasha Abeysekera
Gayle McAllister                      Alice Mawdsley                        Shay Clifton
Angela Sbirakos                       Claudia Mayes                         Margaret Furniss
Timothy Siu                           Irene McPhane                         Narelle Grech
Janine Wilson                         Deak Merrett                          Shane McLeod
Heritage and Information Service      Alex Morales                          Karishma Mogam
Jennifer Glare                        Deborah Napolitano                    Meaghan Moir
Mary Kavanagh (Sr)                    Andrew Parker                         Colleen Mullins
Catriona Milne                        Patricia Peters                       Mirko Ostojic
Trevor Parton (Br)                    Peter Phillips                        David Parker
Ann Said                              Marc Primrose                         Caroline Pointu
                                      Cameron Rhodes                        Susan Seletto
MacKillop Disability Services Metro   Maurice Rodriguez                     Jodie Siu
James Asciak                          Joanne Rodriguez                      Allan Snashall
Aroshi Bandarawatte.                  Carl Rogowski                         Kate Sullivan
Benjamin Dehoedt                      Jodie Rushton                         Maree Wintle
Barbara Falzon                        Maurice Sheehy
Wendy Fellows                         Natasha Sugarevska                    Administration Alternate Care
Maureen Greed                         Melanie Suleiman                      Belinda Cowie
Thelma Hall                           Gerard Sullivan                       Linda De Rivas
Joshua Hang Gong                      Troy Symons                           Gavin Kempin
Brigette Hobbs                        Dalila Torres                         Beverley Mannix
Bianca Hosemans                       Jessica Vitellone                     Mark Monaghan
Gill Knight                           Kirsty Warren                         Danielle Panebianco
Emma Leunig                                                                 Administration Community Programs
Michelle Lock                         Rice Education and Youth Services
                                      Shelley Cameron                       Mary-Ann Bishop
Robin Mayes                                                                 Vicky Flory
Andrea McGrath                        Tim Campbell
                                      Phillip Davidson                      Cindy Henwood
Sanjeev Mishra                                                              Debbie Lee
Christine Oosthuizen                  Michael Dimattia
                                      Elizabeth Donal                       Christelle Perez
Jennifer Parsons                                                            Diana Pyke
Pauline Parsons                       Ben England
                                      Catherine Evans                       Gina Signorello
Louise Simpson
Shelley So                            Rafik Fahmy                            Administration Central
Brooke Webb                           William Field                         Graham Boal
Merita Whelan                         Nathaly Gonzalez                      Belinda Browne




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Anita Buhagiar
Christopher Bull
Helen Burston
Violetta Cvetanovski
Kay Delaney                         LUCKY TO BE A MACKILLOP KID!
Kathleen Devlin                     I painted this picture when I was in a group of other MacKillop kids and staff. I felt there was a lot of
                                    love in that room. I feel very lucky to be a MacKillop kid!! I have been with MacKillop since I was a little
Peter Fratangelo
                                    girl. I am now 18 and MacKillop is still looking after me. I finish year 12 this year and next year I hope
Nicholas Fussell                    to get a job. — Cass, 18 years old
Christine Gatt
Phillip Gilmore
Paul Graetz
Sascha Grant                    Long Service Awards
Paul Henwood
Carol Joyce                     We would also like to congratulate the following staff on achieving milestones in years of service.
Ravina Lal
Warren Marsh                    As at 30 June 2008, twenty-five of our staff celebrated five years of continuous service, six
Rosemarie McGarrigle            commemorated 10 years, one achieved 15 years and one staff member celebrated 25 years!
Wendy O’Brien                   5 years
Gary Page                       Steven Berry – St Augustine’s Education and Training
Vassie Rigato                   Helen Burston – Administration Central
Pere Ruka                       Shelley Cameron – Rice Education and Youth Services
Tania Senjov                    Patricia Chin – MacKillop Youth Services North West
Trevor Smith                    Denise Cooper – Alternate Care North West
Sharon Szova                    Phillip Davidson – Rice Education and Youth Services
Linda Wilson                    Vince De-Paola – MacKillop Youth Services North West
Administration Office of CEO,    Michael Dimattia – Rice Education and Youth Services
Development Unit, Quality and   Diane Jones – St Augustine’s Education and Training
Review Team                     Anna Karagiannis – Rice Education and Youth Services
Blair Best                      Rosemary Knox – Family and Community Services
Joan Brane                      Beverley Mannix – Administration Alternate Care
Helen Burt                      Colleen Manson – Bayview Disability Services
Diane Clark                     Lucy Matthews – Office of the CEO
Amanda Cook                     Claudia Mayes – MacKillop Youth Services North West
Merrilee Cox                    Graham McKern – Office of the CEO
Sophie Cox                      Mark Monaghan – Administration Alternate Care
Megan Davis                     Kathleen Morrissy – MacKillop Youth Services Barwon
Dora Eracleous                  Jo-Anne Murdoch – Rice Education and Youth Services
Nicholas Halfpenny              Colleen O’Dwyer (Sr) – Office of the CEO
Maggie Irvine                   Kaylene Price – MacKillop Youth Services Barwon
Paul Linossier                  Pere Ruka – Administration Central
Zoe London                      Edith Schwarz – MacKillop Youth Services Barwon
Lucy Matthews                   Rhonda Sossi – Administration Barwon
Graham McKern                   Brooke Webb – MacKillop Disability Services Metro
Colleen O’Dwyer (Sr)            10 years
Sarah Rogers                    Susanne Adams – St Augustine’s Education and Training
Jane Short                      Belinda Browne – Administration Central
Catherine Somerset              Maureen Greed – MacKillop Disability Services Metro
Siok Kheng Angelia Lee Tan      Tracey Kays – Administration Barwon
                                Tracey Lunnon-Talbot – St Augustine’s Education and Training
                                Alexandra West – MacKillop Youth Services Barwon

                                15 years
                                Sandra Hollingworth – Rice Education and Youth Services




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Support from Trusts, Foundations and Organisations
During this financial year, we received wonderful support from trusts,      And to the steadily growing band of supporters who now give to us on
foundations, community groups and government. A number of business         a monthly or quarterly basis, you will be delighted to know that you are
organisations also gave invaluable assistance, some giving major           making a huge difference. We can now count upon your income support
donations as part of their commitment as a MacKillop Champion, others      and plan accordingly. Thank you so much. This includes a number of
giving gifts-in-kind to enable us to do more without having to use the     MacKillop staff who witness at first hand the work we do, and want to be
limited funds available to us.                                             part of this.

We give thanks that on most days of the year a few envelopes would         Special thanks go to the Sisters of Mercy, Christian Brothers and Sisters
arrive containing gifts from individuals giving what they could to         of St Joseph who not only give financial support to our major projects, but
support our work. And when we sent our focused appeals for funds, the      whose members, on an individual basis send in donations to support our
envelopes turned into a stream. Thank you to all for you for being our     work. It makes such a difference knowing that you not only support us in
mission partners throughout the year.                                      spirit, but in so many tangible ways. Thank you.


Trusts, Foundations & Organisations                The Marian & E H Flack Trust                       Kelly Strategic Influence Pty Ltd
All Souls’ Opportunity Shop                        The Scobie and Claire MacKinnon Trust              Mercy Congregation Centre
Bayside Churches and Community Action              The Walter & Eliza Hall Trust                      Merran Kelsall
 Network                                           The William Angliss Charitable Fund                Moran Insurance Brokers
Bayside City Council                               United Way Geelong Inc                             Motion Press
Bell Charitable Fund                                                                                  P & O Maritime Services
Bennelong Foundation Limited                       Beyond Words Sponsors                              Redd HR/IR Consultancy
Besen Family Foundation                            Courthouse Café Geelong                            Ronson Gears Pty Ltd
Beswick Family Fund                                Harold Mitchell Foundation                         Rotary Club of Huntingdale
Bunnings                                           Federation Square                                  Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria
Commonwealth Bank Staff Community Fund -           Instant Vu                                         Royal Victorian Bowls Association
 Local Grants Program                              SMART Partners                                     Schneider Theodosi Orthodontists
Equity Trustees - David Taylor Galt Estate         VECCI                                              The Word Co
Equity Trustees - Grosvenor Foundation             Visual Matrix Studios                              Thomson - GA Thomson & Co (Carlton) Pty Ltd
Essendon Football Club                             Vuit Live                                          Vodafone Pty Ltd
Estate of the late Edward Wilson                   Gold Champions                                     Webfleet Management Services
Goodman Fielder Baking Australia Ltd               Association of Woolworths Employees                Westpac Banking Corporation Business Loan
Harold Mitchell Foundation                         Bob Stewart of Kew                                 Originations VIC
Harry the Hirer                                    Fletcher Jones Support                             Wines by Design
Hilton White Bequest                               G-Force Recruitment
Honda MPE Dealerships                                                                                 Estates
                                                   Wallara Asset Management Pty Ltd                   Estate Agnes Josephine Delaney
Joe White Bequest
Lord Mayor’s Charitable Fund                       Silver Champions                                   Estate Charles Tutty
MacKillop Catholic Regional College Werribee       Geelong Jukebox Rockers                            Estate Edward O’Connell
Melton Shire Council                               Melbourne & Olympic Parks                          Estate Father Leo Hartnett
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College               Toy Kingdom                                        Estate James Moloney
Perpetual Trustees -                               Westpac Banking Corporation -                      Estate John E Taylor
 Percy Baxter Charitable Trust                      Cash Flow Solutions Group                         Estate John Michael Toohey
Pierce Armstrong Foundation                                                                           Estate Leo Byrne Halpin
Playstation Inc Child Care                         Bronze Champions                                   Estate Margaret Conway
Redemptorist Community Kew                         Allianz Australia Team Telstra                     Estate Margaret Malone
Rotary Club of Footscray House of                  Angela Rutherford Pty Ltd                          Estate Margradia McGregor
 Friendship Fund                                   ANZ Institutional Technology                       Estate Mary Ann Edwards
Safeway South Melbourne - Woolworths               Broadmeadows Magistrates Court                     Estate Mavis Catherine Brown
Smorgon Steel Metals Distribution                  Catholic Church Insurances Limited                 Estate Natalie Mary O’Sullevan
State Trustees - Australia Foundation              CIT                                                Estate Patrick Peter Lacey
St David’s Uniting Church                          Classic Press (Holdings) Pty Ltd                   Estate The William & Mary Ievers & Sons
Sunshine Foundation                                Commonwealth Bank Australia Staff Social            Maintenance Fund
The CASS Foundation                                and Charity Club                                   Estate WE & ME Flanagan
The Flora & Frank Leith Charitable Trust           Computer Source                                    Estate William Theodore Hogan
The George Hicks Foundation Ltd                    Design Electrical Pty Ltd                          The James McConnell Kerr Trust
The Invergowrie Foundation                         Heather Brooks Designs                             The P J McMahon Trust
The Jack Brockhoff Foundation                      Hill Consultants                                   The Patrick A Foley Trust




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                                          MY LIFE
                                          I live in a Resi care home. I would like to live by myself but I am too young. I used to live with my
                                          Mum until I decided to leave. I have lived in home based care, with friends and family. But none
                                          have worked for me. But I like resi because it’s interesting and you get to meet heaps of people.
                                          — RG, Age 14




ALL ABOUT ME                                     I MISS MY FAMILY                                      WHERE I LIVE
I will dye my hair black                         I am gon                                              I feel sad my mother made me mad
I’ll leave my heart to crack                     Feeling sad an alone                                  So I decided to disappear
Mum broke my heart so many times                 What have I done                                      Where I am going you can’t be
I am falling apart                               I am lost an have no one                              I go where I can cry
I’ll give my mum one more smack                  One day I will find                                    I have no where to live
U deserve what you got                           I was wrong an                                        I am living in Ressie
I thought you hated me                           I will be someone                                     Where I live it is not fun
I didn’t think                                   In a family I belong                                  If I try I could run
But now I see you were my best wish              My own                                                My friends ain’t far
You’re the mum I always wanted to have.                                                                I didn’t feel loved anymore
Mum was the best                                                                                       But I do have fun




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          MacKillop Family Services

                ABN 79 078 299 288




Financial Report for the year ended 30 June 2008




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                                    MacKillop Family Services Limited
                                          ABN 79 078 299 288




            FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008




                                            TABLE OF CONTENTS



                                                                                               Page Numbers

     Company particulars                                                                                    1

     Directors’ report                                                                                   2-7

     Income statement                                                                                       8

     Balance sheet                                                                                          9

     Statement of changes in equity                                                                        10

     Cash flow statement                                                                                   11

     Notes to and forming part of the financial statements                                            12 - 24

     Directors’ declaration                                                                                25

     Independent audit report to the members of
     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                                     26




     MacKillop Family Services Limited is a company limited by guarantee, incorporated and domiciled in Australia.

                                   The registered office and principal place of business is:
                                   1st Floor, 123 Paisley Street, Footscray, Victoria 3011.

     A description of the nature of the company’s operations and its principal activities is included in the directors’
                                                  report on pages 2 to 7




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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                   Director’s Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                  year ended 30 June 2008




                             COMPANY PARTICULARS


BOARD OF DIRECTORS
                                    Mr John Hurren (Chairperson)
                                    Br Francis Hennessy CFC
                                    Sr Judith Davey RSM
                                    Sr Kathleen Crameri RSJ
                                    Mr David Graham
                                    Mr Lawrence Lavelle
                                    Mr Brian Lawrence
                                    Ms Anne O’Loughlin
                                    Mr Frank Peppard
                                    Ms Patrice Scales
                                    Ms Marilyn Webster


CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
                                    Mr Paul Linossier B.A., B.S.W. (Hons)


COMPANY SECRETARY
                                    Mr Graham Boal B.Com., (Accounting) ASA, FAICD


REGISTERED OFFICE
                                    1st Floor, 123 Paisley Street, Footscray, Victoria 3011
                                    Telephone: 03 9687 7166
                                    Facsimile:     03 9687 9622
                                    Email:         enquiry@mackillop.org.au
                                    Web Site:      www.mackillop.org.au

SOLICITORS
                                    Tolhurst Druce & Emmerson


PRINCIPAL BANKERS
                                    Catholic Development Fund


AUDITORS
                                    WHK Day Neilson




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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                   Director’s Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                  year ended 30 June 2008


                                                 DIRECTORS' REPORT

     The directors have pleasure in presenting their report on the financial statements of MacKillop Family Services
     Limited (‘MacKillop’) for the year ended 30 June 2008, made out in accordance with a resolution of the
     directors.

     1.      DIRECTORS

             THE DIRECTORS OF THE COMPANY WHO SERVED DURING THE FINANCIAL YEAR
             AND UP TO THE DATE OF THIS REPORT ARE:

             CHAIRPERSON

             Mr John Hurren
             MBA, B.Eng., ARMIT.
             Director since February 1999.
             Chairperson since October 2003.

             General Manager, Catholic Development Fund.

             Convenor of the Executive Committee.

             CONGREGATIONAL REPRESENTATIVES

             CHRISTIAN BROTHERS

             Br Francis Hennessy cfc
             B.A., TSTC.
             Director since July 2002.

             Cluster Leader, Oceania Province.

             Member of the Ethics Standing Committee and Mission and Identity Committee.

             SISTERS OF MERCY

             Sr Judith Davey rsm
             Dip.T., Dip.Rem.T., Grad. Dip. Mission Formation and Study.
             Director since March 2002.

             Business & Finance Officer.

             Member of the Quality and Advocacy Committee.

             SISTERS OF ST JOSEPH

             Sr Kathleen Crameri rsj
             T.P.T.C., S.R.N. Div 1 G.N., Mid., Ger., Cert IV Management R.A.S.
             Appointed director on 16 November 2005.

             Retired Director of Nursing/Manager.

             Member of the Quality and Advocacy Committee.

             ORDINARY DIRECTORS

             Mr David Graham
             MBA, B Bus, Dip LG.
             Appointed director on 16 November 2005.

             Retired Director of Corporate Management.
             Convenor of the Finance and Legal Committee and Member of the Executive Committee.

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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                              Director’s Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                             year ended 30 June 2008


       Mr Lawrence Lavelle AM
       Fellow, Institution of Fire Engineers.
       Director since June 2002.

       Company Director.

       Convenor of the Audit and Risk Management Committee.

       Mr Brian Lawrence
       LL.B., M.Ec.
       Director since September 2005.

       Barrister.

       Member of the Finance and Legal Committee.

       Ms Anne O’Loughlin
       LLB (Hons), BA. Dip. Soc. Sci. (Justice).
       Director since November 2006.

       Solicitor.

       Member of the Finance and Legal Committee.

       Mr Frank Peppard
       B. Com., GAICD.
       Director since November 2006.

       Associate Director, Business Development, Auto & General Insurance.

       Convenor of the Promotions and Capital Appeal Committee.

       Ms Patrice Scales
       BA, MA (Communications).
       Director since October 2003.

       General Manager, Development and Communications, Arthritis Victoria and Communications and
       Fundraising Consultant.

       Convenor of the Quality and Advocacy Committee.

       Ms Marilyn Webster
       B.A., Dip. Soc. Stud., Dip. App. Sci., AASW.
       Director since June 2001.

       Manager Social Policy and Research Unit, Good Shepherd Youth and Family Service.

       Convenor of the Ethics Standing Committee, Member of the Executive Committee and Member of the
       Audit and Risk Management Committee.


2.     PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES OF THE COMPANY

       MacKillop provides services including:
       Home Based and Residential Care, Disability Services, Youth Support and Outreach, Training and
       Education, Family Support and Preservation and Advocacy and Research for vulnerable children and
       young people and their families.




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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                    Director’s Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                   year ended 30 June 2008


     3.     TRADING RESULTS

            The company had an operating surplus of $5,741,976 for the year.

            The operating surplus consists of the following amounts:

            Loss from operating activities                                                           ($ 384,847)

            Non-operating activities:

            Bequest income                                                                           $ 447,553
            Transfer of funds from the Christian Brothers                                            $3,742,325
            Transfer of funds from the Sisters of St Joseph                                          $ 200,000
            Transfer of funds from the Sisters of Mercy                                              $1,200,101
            Capital Appeal Funds                                                                     $ 536,844

            Total non-operating activities income                                                    $6,126,823

            Operating Surplus                                                                        $5,741,976



                                                                                                    2008     2007
                     Revenue
                                                              1   Government grants                  73%     80%
                                                    1         2   Enterprise income                   1%      1%
                                                    2
                                                              3   Bequests                            1%      2%
                                                    3
                                                              4   Trust funds                         1%      1%
                                                    4
                                                    5
                                                              5   Donations/fundraising               2%      1%
                                                    6         6   Investment income                   4%      4%
                                                    7         7   Other income - includes funds      18%     11%
                                                                  from Founding Congregations
                                                                  and Capital Appeal Fund




                                                                                                    2008     2007

                     Expenses
                                                              1   Employee benefits expense          71%     68%
                                                 1            2   Client expenses                    11%     11%
                                                 2
                                                              3   Enterprise expenses                 1%      1%
                                                 3
                                                              4   Property, occupancy and             7%      7%
                                                 4
                                                                  equipment expenses
                                                 5
                                                 6
                                                              5   Motor vehicle expenses              2%      2%
                                                 7            6   Administration expenses             4%      3%
                                                 8            7   Other expenses                      1%      5%
                                                              8   Depreciation                        3%      3%

                                                                  Other expenses decreased due to there being no
                                                                  significant refurbishment works completed in
                                                                  2007-2008 that were funded by the Congregations
                                                                  as was the case in 2006-2007.




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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                    Director’s Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                   year ended 30 June 2008


4.     DIVIDENDS

       The company is limited by guarantee and is unable to make any distribution by way of a dividend.

5.     REVIEW OF OPERATIONS

       MacKillop is responsible for undertaking the works previously conducted by the following Founding
       Agencies:

       (i)      Christian Brothers’ Child, Youth and Family Services, Footscray which included;

                (a)      St Augustine’s Adolescent and Family Services, Whittington
                (b)      St Joseph’s Homes for Children, Flemington
                (c)      St Vincent’s Boys Home, South Melbourne

       (ii)     Mercy Family Care Centre, North Geelong

       (iii)    St Vincent de Paul Child and Family Services, Black Rock

       (iv)     St Anthony’s Family Service, Footscray

       (v)      St Joseph’s Babies and Family Services, Glenroy

6.     SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN THE STATE OF AFFAIRS

       There were no significant changes in the state of affairs during the year.

7.     EVENTS SUBSEQUENT TO BALANCE DATE

       Since the end of the financial year, the directors are not aware of any matter or circumstance not
       otherwise dealt with in the report or notes to the financial statements that has significantly affected or
       may significantly affect the operations of the company, the results of those operations or the state of
       affairs of the company in subsequent financial years.

8.     LIKELY DEVELOPMENTS

       Delays have occurred in negotiations with government in relation to 237 Cecil Street, South Melbourne
       (previously known as St Vincent’s Boys Home). Legislation has passed through parliament approving
       the transfer of title, free of any conditions and final negotiations re sub-division and transfer are
       progressing. The site has recently been listed by Heritage Victoria. Refurbishment plans are almost
       complete with works expected to commence in early 2009, however this date is contingent upon
       satisfactory resolution of the above two matters.

       In July 2008 a new Quality and Services Development Team was formed to develop a stronger pattern
       of program and service review, facilitate accreditation and registration obligations and service user
       participation. MacKillop Family Services will undergo an external audit in 2009 as part of the ongoing
       accreditation and registration process for all Victorian child and family welfare organisations.
       Discussions have also progressed with Good Shepherd Youth and Family Services and Jesuit Social
       Services regarding a joint research and advocacy unit – the parties hope to have agreed a Memorandum
       of Understanding by September 2008, commencing operations soon after.

       Volunteers are a vital part of MacKillop Family Services. The 2008/2009 Operating Plan provides for a
       new Volunteer Development and Support position to provide improved recruitment, support and
       training to volunteer’s across the organisation. Funds have also been allocated to the Greening and
       Social Responsibility Committee to investigate ways MacKillop can reduce its impact on the
       environment. The new MacKillop Family Services Collective Agreement has almost been finalised.
       All terms and conditions have been agreed to by the negotiating group and management with final
       drafting of the agreement currently taking place. Once drafting of the agreement has been completed
       the Collective Agreement will be put to a staff ballot.




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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                  Director’s Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                 year ended 30 June 2008


            The new Commonwealth funded Family Relationships Centre opened at the beginning of July 2008 in
            Broadmeadows. Building on the Values Review and the Review of the Mission Development Program
            undertaken in 2007/08, the Board has determined that a review of our Mission and Value Statements
            should be undertaken over the next year. It is intended that this will generate broader staff and
            volunteer engagement as we work towards the development of our fourth Strategic Plan in 2009/2010.

            The Christian Brothers of the Oceania Province have asked MacKillop to become responsible for their
            youth services program in NSW, Edmund Rice Community Services (ERCS). The ERCS Board, and
            the MacKillop Members and Board have endorsed this request and a transition process will begin in late
            2008 with a view to consolidation of the works by 1 July 2009.

     9.     ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS

            The company is not subject to any significant environmental regulation.

     10.    DIRECTORS’ AND OFFICERS’ INSURANCE

            The company has insurance cover through the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority (VMIA) which
            is provided by the Department of Human Services to indemnify the directors and officers of the
            company against any third party claims.

     11.    DIRECTORS' MEETINGS

            The number of directors' meetings and committee meetings held during the financial year each director
            held office and the number of meetings attended by each director is given below. It should be noted
            that not all directors are members of all committees.

                                                Director's Meetings                   Committee Meetings
                                           Number held             Number          Number held            Number
                                          whilst a Director    attended whilst    whilst a Director   attended whilst
                                                                  a Director                             a Director

             Mr John Hurren                       7                  7                    4                  4
             Sr Judith Davey rsm                  7                  7                    5                  5
             Sr Kathleen Crameri rsj              7                  6                    5                  4
             Br Francis Hennessy cfc              7                  6                    3                  2
             Mr David Graham                      7                  5                   10                  8
             Mr Lawrence Lavelle                  7                  7                    3                  3
             Mr Brian Lawrence                    7                  5                    6                  5
             Ms Anne O’Loughlin                   7                  6                    6                  4
             Mr Frank Peppard                     7                  6                    2                  2
             Ms Patrice Scales                    7                  7                    5                  5
             Ms Marilyn Webster                   7                  5                    8                  7




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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                    Director’s Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                   year ended 30 June 2008


12.     AUDITORS’ INDEPENDENCE DECLARATION

        In accordance with the provisions of section 307C of the Corporations Act 2001, the directors of the
        company have obtained the following independence declaration by the company’s auditor on 13
        October 2008.

        “As lead engagement partner for the audit of MacKillop Family Services Ltd for the year ended 30 June
        2008, I declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, there have been:

        i.       No contraventions of the auditor independence requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 in
                 relation to the audit; and
        ii.      No contraventions of any applicable code of professional conduct in relation to the audit.


        Yours faithfully


        WHK Day Neilson
        R G Fraser
        Principal”


Signed for and on behalf of the Board,




Mr John Hurren                                                                          Mr David Graham
Director                                                                                Director

Melbourne, 17 October 2008




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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                         Financial Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                        year ended 30 June 2008


                                                  INCOME STATEMENT

                                         FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008


                                                                             Note             2008                2007
                                                                                                $                   $

     Revenue                                                                 2(a)          27,666,216          26,345,803

     Other income                                                            2(b)           6,126,823            1,917,604

     Employee benefits expense                                                            (19,796,870)         (18,262,936)

     Depreciation                                                           3(b)(i)        (1,016,977)           (733,936)

     Other expenses:

     - Client expenses                                                                     (3,233,840)          (2,871,923)

     - Enterprise expenses                                                                   (163,558)           (201,300)

     - Property, occupancy and equipment expenses                                          (1,849,519)          (1,839,722)

     - Motor vehicle expenses                                                                (612,515)           (581,938)

     - Administration expenses                                                             (1,053,155)           (950,713)

     - Other expenses (includes refurbishment costs)                                         (324,629)          (1,494,249)


     Surplus before income tax expense                                        3             5,741,976            1,326,690

     Income tax expense                                                      1 (b)                -                   -


     Surplus after income tax expense for the year                           2 (b)          5,741,976            1,326,690



     The notes to and forming part of the financial statements are an integral part of the financial report.




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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                         Financial Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                        year ended 30 June 2008


                                                BALANCE SHEET

                                               AS AT 30 JUNE 2008


                                                                        Note             2008              2007
                                                                                          $                 $
CURRENT ASSETS

Cash and cash equivalents                                                 5             9,193,402          2,771,284
Trade and other receivables                                               6               813,487          1,080,895
Financial assets                                                          7             7,877,604          7,927,785

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS                                                                  17,884,493          11,779,964

NON-CURRENT ASSETS

Financial assets                                                          7           13,987,106          16,988,075
Property, plant and equipment                                             8           11,475,789          10,839,280

TOTAL NON-CURRENT ASSETS                                                              25,462,895          27,827,355

TOTAL ASSETS                                                                          43,347,388          39,607,319


CURRENT LIABILITIES

Trade and other payables                                                  9             1,886,841          1,577,960
Current tax liabilities                                                  10               297,990            201,123
Short-term provisions                                                    11             1,728,368          1,498,687
Other                                                                    12             3,199,046          3,103,216

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES                                                               7,112,245          6,380,986

NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES

Long-term provisions                                                     11               813,730           779,965
Other                                                                    12               354,429           420,391

TOTAL NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES                                                           1,168,159          1,200,356

TOTAL LIABILITIES                                                                       8,280,404          7,581,342

NET ASSETS                                                                            35,066,984          32,025,977

EQUITY

Contributed funds                                                                     22,255,728          17,113,302
Trust funds                                                                            3,714,183           3,714,183
Capital Appeal Reserve                                                                   392,127                 -
Financial Assets Reserve                                                               5,509,938           8,210,907
Retained surplus                                                                       3,195,008           2,987,585

TOTAL EQUITY                                                                          35,066,984          32,025,977

The notes to and forming part of the financial statements are an integral part of the financial report.


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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                           Financial Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                          year ended 30 June 2008


                                        STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY

                                         FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008



                                                                       Capital       Financial
                                      Contributed        Trust         Appeal          Assets        Retained
                                        Funds            Funds         Reserve        Reserve        Surplus         Total
                                           $               $              $              $              $              $
     Balance at 1 July 2006            16,950,718       3,714,183     2,244,084      5,004,016       (420,605)    27,492,396

     Transfer from income
     statement                                                                                      1,326,690      1,326,690

     Gain on revaluation of
     available-for-sale financial
     assets                                                                          3,206,891                     3,206,891

     Transfer to / (from) retained
     surplus                               162,584                    1,088,560                     (1,251,144)         -

     Capital Appeal Reserve
     utilised                                                         (3,332,644)                   3,332,644           -

     Balance at 30 June 2007            17,113,302      3,714,183           -        8,210,907      2,987,585     32,025,977

     Transfer from income
     statement                                                                                      5,741,976      5,741,976

     Loss on revaluation of
     available-for-sale financial
     assets                                                                         (2,700,969)                   (2,700,969)

     Transfer to / (from) retained
     surplus                             5,142,426                      536,844                    (5,679,270)          -

     Capital Appeal Reserve
     utilised                                                          (144,717)                      144,717           -

     Balance at 30 June 2008            22,255,728      3,714,183       392,127      5,509,938      3,195,008     35,066,984

     The notes to and forming part of the financial statements are an integral part of the financial report.

     Note:    The nature and purpose of the above funds and reserves are:

     (a)      Contributed Funds
              Contributed Funds are the assets that were contributed by the Founding Agencies upon the
              commencement of MacKillop Family Services or were assets (or proceeds from the later sale of assets)
              that the Founding Congregations distributed at a later date.

     (b)      Trust Funds
              Trust Funds are the cash funds that were transferred to MacKillop by the Founding Agencies upon the
              commencement of MacKillop Family Services.

     (c)      Capital Appeal Reserve
              This reserve has been established to provide for MacKillop's major refurbishment program to all of its
              main offices. Funds raised by the appeal will be expended as building projects are completed.


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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                         Financial Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                        year ended 30 June 2008


                                          CASH FLOW STATEMENT

                                    FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008


                                                                        Note            2008                2007
                                                                                          $                   $
                                                                                       Inflows               Inflows
                                                                                      (Outflows)           (Outflows)
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES

Receipts from government and other                                                    34,505,194           28,576,544
Payments to suppliers and employees                                                  (27,761,897)         (27,211,185)
Dividends received                                                                       149,500              243,294
Interest received                                                                        875,904              552,355

Net cash provided by operating activities                               13(a)          7,768,701           2,161,008


CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES


Purchase of property, plant and equipment                                             (2,138,818)          (6,426,519)
Proceeds from sale of property, plant and equipment                                      442,054              532,743
Net decrease in investment funds                                                         350,181            3,724,628

Net cash used in investing activities                                                 (1,346,583)          (2,169,148)


Net increase / (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents                                 6,422,118               (8,140)

Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year                                         2,771,284           2,779,424

Cash and cash equivalents at end of year                                13(b)          9,193,402           2,771,284

The notes to and forming part of the financial statements are an integral part of the financial report.




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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                      Financial Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                     year ended 30 June 2008


                 NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                                 THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008


     NOTE 1      STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES

                 The financial report is a general purpose financial report that has been prepared in accordance with
                 Accounting Standards, Australian Accounting Interpretations, other authoritative pronouncements of
                 the Australian Accounting Standards Board and the Corporations Act 2001.

                 The following is a summary of the material accounting policies adopted by MacKillop Family
                 Services Limited (‘MacKillop’) in the preparation of the financial report. The accounting policies
                 have been consistently applied, unless otherwise stated.

           (a) Basis of Preparation

                 The financial statements have been prepared on an accrual basis and in accordance with the
                 historical cost convention and except where stated, do not take into account current valuations of
                 non-current assets.

                 MacKillop is responsible for the works previously conducted by the following Founding Agencies:

                 (i)     Christian Brothers' Child, Youth and Family Services, Footscray which included;
                         (a)     St Augustine's Adolescent and Family Services Whittington
                         (b)     St Joseph's Homes for Children, Flemington
                         (c)     St Vincent's Boys Home, South Melbourne
                 (ii)    Mercy Family Care Centre North Geelong
                 (iii)   St Vincent de Paul Child & Family Services Black Rock
                 (iv)    St Anthony's Family Service Footscray
                 (v)     St Joseph's Babies and Family Services Glenroy

                 On formation, MacKillop acquired the net assets of the Founding Agencies. Land and buildings
                 which MacKillop utilises were not acquired, although the use of these premises is made available at
                 no cost by each of the Congregations.

           (b) Income Tax

                 MacKillop is exempt from tax under Section 23(e) of the Income Tax Assessment Act.

           (c)   Revenue

                 Revenue is recognised when MacKillop obtains control of revenue and it can be reliably measured
                 in the period to which it relates. Revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and service tax
                 (GST).

                 Government grants are recognised as income when received except where it is probable that the
                 economic benefits will not flow to MacKillop because reciprocal services to which the grant relates
                 have not been fully provided as at the end of the financial year and could be refundable. In these
                 cases, the grant applicable to the unexpended funds is appropriately carried forward to the next
                 accounting period.

                 Gain or loss in market value of investments and franking credits are recognised at fair values at the
                 end of the financial year.

                 Enterprise income, trust funds, donations, bequests and other income are recognised on a cash
                 receipts basis.

                 Dividends and interest income are brought to account when received or earned respectively.



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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                         Financial Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                        year ended 30 June 2008


            NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                            THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008


      (d) Trade and Other Receivables

            Terms of payment are generally fourteen days from the date of the invoice. The collectability of
            debtors is regularly reviewed. A provision for doubtful debts is raised where doubt as to the
            collection exists. Debts which are known to be uncollectible are written off within the period to
            which they relate.

      (e)   Property, Plant and Equipment

            Each class of property, plant and equipment is carried at cost less, where applicable, any
            accumulated depreciation and impairment losses.

            Acquisition

            Assets are recorded at the cost of acquisition, being the purchase consideration determined as at the
            date of acquisition, plus costs incidental to acquisition.

            Non-monetary assets received in the form of grants or donations are recognised as assets and
            revenues at their fair value at the date of receipt.

            Depreciation

            Depreciation is calculated on a straight-line basis to write off the net cost of items of property, plant
            and equipment other than freehold land over their expected useful lives. The depreciation rates are:

                     Equipment                                   -      15% to 33%
                     Furniture, fixtures and fittings            -      10% to 15%
                     Motor vehicles                              -      15% to 20%
                     Buildings                                   -       2% to 5%

            Assets are depreciated from the date of acquisition.

      (f)   Impairment of Assets

            At each reporting date, the carrying values of tangible assets are reviewed to determine whether
            there is any indication that those assets have been impaired.

            MacKillop is of the opinion that there has been no impairment of assets.

      (g) Accounting for Leases

            Lease payments for operating leases where substantially all the risks and benefits remain with the
            lessor, are charged as expenses in the periods in which they are incurred.

      (h) Financial Assets - Investments

            Investments are initially recognised at cost, being the fair value of the consideration and any other
            acquisition costs.

            Bank bills are held-to-maturity and are stated at amortised cost using the effective interest rate
            method.

            All other investments have no maturity date and are available-for-sale financial assets. These are
            valued at fair value. Equities are valued at published market prices. Any unrealised gain or loss in
            the fair value of these investments at the year end is taken directly to Financial Assets Reserve in
            equity.




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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                         Financial Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                        year ended 30 June 2008


                 NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                                 THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008


           (i)   Trade and Other Payables

                 Trade and other payables represent liabilities for goods and services provided to MacKillop prior to
                 the end of the financial year. The amounts are unsecured and are usually paid within thirty days of
                 recognition.

           (j)   Employee Benefits

                 Provision is made for the company's liability for employee benefits arising from services rendered
                 by employees to balance date. Employee benefits that are expected to be settled within one year
                 have been measured at the amounts expected to be paid when the liability is settled, plus related on-
                 costs. Employee benefits payable later than one year have been measured at the present value of the
                 estimated future cash outflows to be made for those benefits.

                 Annual Leave and Accrued Time-Off

                 Most annual leave and all accrued time-off are expected to be settled within one year of the balance
                 date. Some annual leave is expected to be taken after one year and has been discounted in the year
                 end provision. The provision is calculated on wage and salary rates at which these entitlements are
                 expected to be paid when the liability is settled and includes related on-costs.

                 All annual leave and accrued time-off are treated as short-term provisions.

                 Long Service Leave

                 The liability for employee entitlements to long service leave represents the present value of the
                 estimated future cash outflows to be made by the company resulting from the services provided up
                 to balance date.

                 Long service leave is based on MacKillop’s Enterprise Based Agreements along with other work
                 place agreements and contracts and the Victorian Long Service Leave Act where applicable.

                 Liabilities for employee entitlements which are not expected to be settled within twelve months are
                 discounted using rates attaching to government securities. In determining the liability for employee
                 entitlements consideration has been given to future increases in wage and salary rates and the
                 company's experience with staff departures. Related oncosts have also been included in the
                 liabilities.

                 Superannuation Funds

                 MacKillop contributes to various employee superannuation funds. The contributions payable are
                 charged against income.

           (k) Cash and Cash Equivalents

                 Cash and cash equivalents in the balance sheet and for the purposes of the cash flow statement
                 include cash at bank and on hand.

           (l)   Goods and Services Tax (‘GST’)

                 Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of the amount of GST, except where the amount
                 of GST incurred is not recoverable from the Australian Taxation Office. In these circumstances, the
                 GST is recognised as part of the cost of acquisition of the asset or as part of an item of the expense.

                 Cash flows arising from the GST are grossed up in the Cash Flow Statement.




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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                  Financial Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                 year ended 30 June 2008


           NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                           THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008


      (m) Comparatives

          Comparatives have been adjusted to conform to changes in presentation (if any) in the current
          financial year where required by the Accounting Standards.

      (n) Members' Liability on Winding Up

          The liability of the members of the company is limited.

          According to clause 7 of the company's Constitution, each member of the company undertakes to
          contribute to the property of the company in the event of the same being wound up while the person
          is a member, or within one year after the person ceases to be a member, for payment of the debts and
          liabilities of the company contracted before the person ceased to be a member, and the costs,
          charges, and expenses of winding up and for the adjustment of the rights of the contributories
          amongst themselves, such amount as may be required, but not exceeding ten dollars ($10).

          At 30 June 2008, there were six members of the company.




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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                              Financial Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                             year ended 30 June 2008


                NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                                THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008



     NOTE 2     REVENUE                                                Note     2008               2007
                                                                                  $                  $
          (a)   Revenue from operating activities

                Government grants - State                                      23,275,191        21,512,739
                                  - Commonwealth                                1,126,907           973,665
                                  - other                                         313,944           201,321
                                                                               24,716,042        22,687,725
                Enterprise income                                                  93,188            69,309
                Trust funds                                                       296,115           226,440
                Donations / fundraising                                           729,736           428,906
                Other (includes refurbishment reimbursements)                     508,753         1,852,362
                                                                               26,343,834        25,264,742

                Revenue from outside the operating activities

                Dividends from property units                                     149,500           243,294
                Interest - other persons                                        1,052,114           581,686
                Franking credits                                                  164,046           274,581
                Loss on disposal of property, plant and equipment      3 (a)      (43,278)          (18,500)
                                                                                1,322,382         1,081,061

                                                                               27,666,216        26,345,803
          (b)   The surplus for the year is after the following
                income items:

                Other Income
                Other income is income received outside MacKillop's
                normal activities and is of a capital and unbudgeted
                nature. This income is used to fund capital works or
                is invested to fund the ongoing works of MacKillop.
                Had MacKillop not received this income then it
                would have recorded significant losses in the Income
                Statement.

                Significant Items from Ordinary Activities
                Bequest income                                                    447,553           666,190
                Transfer of funds from the Christian Brothers                   3,742,325           162,854
                Transfer of funds from the Sisters of St Joseph                   200,000              -
                Transfer of funds from the Sisters of Mercy                     1,200,101              -
                Capital Appeal Funds                                              536,844         1,088,560
                                                                                6,126,823         1,917,604




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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                  Financial Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                 year ended 30 June 2008


           NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                           THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008



NOTE 3     OPERATING SURPLUS                                   2008               2007
                                                                $                  $
           Net gains and expenses
           Surplus from ordinary activities includes the
           following specific net gains and expenses

     (a)   Net gain / (loss)
           Disposal of property, plant and equipment
           Disposal proceeds                                    442,054            532,743
           Carrying value                                      (485,332)          (551,243)
           Loss on disposal of property, plant and equipment    (43,278)           (18,500)

     (b)   Expenses
           (i) Depreciation
               Buildings and improvements                        185,015            71,065
               Plant and equipment                               831,962           662,871
               Total                                           1,016,977           733,936

           (ii) Operating lease rentals
                Lease payments                                  329,784            107,076

NOTE 4     AUDITOR'S REMUNERATION

           Auditing the financial report                         24,100             22,660

           Other services                                         7,300             10,530

NOTE 5     CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS

           CURRENT

           Cash at bank and on hand                            9,193,402         2,771,284

NOTE 6     TRADE AND OTHER RECEIVABLES

           CURRENT

           Accrued income                                       644,039            819,050
           Other                                                169,448            261,845
                                                                813,487          1,080,895




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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                        Financial Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                       year ended 30 June 2008


                NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                                THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008



                                                                  Note    2008               2007
                                                                           $                  $
     NOTE 7     FINANCIAL ASSETS

                CURRENT
                Held-to-maturity investments
                (a) Bank bills                                    1(h)    7,877,604          7,927,785

                NON-CURRENT
                Available-for-sale investments
                (b) Income securities                                       500,500            565,950
                (c) Investment in equities with fund managers            12,102,856         13,621,225
                (d) Investment in property trust units                    1,383,750          2,800,900
                                                                  1(h)   13,987,106         16,988,075

     NOTE 8     PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

                NON-CURRENT

          (a)   At cost and accumulated depreciation
                Land and improvements
                At cost                                                   1,738,000          1,738,000

                Buildings and improvements
                At cost                                                   6,830,393          6,481,397
                Less accumulated depreciation                               448,398            263,383
                                                                          6,381,995          6,218,014
                Building works in progress - Cecil Street South
                Melbourne
                At cost                                                     144,717               -
                                                                          6,526,712          6,218,014
                Plant and equipment
                On acquisition from Founding Agencies                     1,610,710          1,610,710
                At cost                                                   5,806,665          5,012,241
                                                                          7,417,375          6,622,951

                Less accumulated depreciation                             4,206,298          3,739,685
                                                                          3,211,077          2,883,266

                Total                                                    11,475,789         10,839,280




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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                    Financial Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                   year ended 30 June 2008


            NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                            THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008



NOTE 8      (Continued)

      (b)   Reconciliation of the carrying amount at the beginning and end of the current financial year:

                                                                                      Plant and
                                                     Land          Buildings         equipment            Total
                                                       $               $                  $                 $
            Carrying amount at 1 July 2006         1,748,000       1,051,037          2,698,903         5,497,940
            Additions                                   -          5,205,680          1,220,839         6,426,519
            Disposals                                (10,000)         32,362           (373,605)         (351,243)
            Depreciation                                -            (71,065)          (662,871)         (733,936)
            Carrying amount at 30 June 2007       1,738,000        6,218,014          2,883,266        10,839,280
            Additions                                   -            493,713          1,645,105         2,138,818
            Disposals                                   -               -              (485,332)         (485,332)
            Depreciation                                -           (185,015)          (831,962)       (1,016,977)
            Carrying amount at 30 June 2008       1,738,000        6,526,712          3,211,077        11,475,789


NOTE 9      TRADE AND OTHER PAYABLES                                                    2008                2007
                                                                                         $                   $
            CURRENT

            Trade creditors                                                          1,073,079            977,226
            Other creditors                                                            813,762            600,734
                                                                                     1,886,841          1,577,960

NOTE 10     TAX LIABILITIES

            CURRENT

            Goods and Services Tax                                                     297,990              201,123

NOTE 11      PROVISIONS
                                                                Short-term          Long-term
                                                                Employee            Employee
                                                                 Benefits            Benefits              Total
                                                                    $                   $                    $
             Opening balance at 1 July 2007                      1,498,687             779,965           2,278,652
             Additional provisions                               1,221,497            107,130            1,328,627
             Amounts used                                         (991,816)            (73,365)         (1,065,181)
             Balance at 30 June 2008                             1,728,368            813,730            2,542,098



            EMPLOYEE NUMBERS                                                          2008               2007
                                                                                     Number             Number
            Average number of employees during
            the financial year:
            - Full-time employees                                                           170                168
            - Part-time and casual employees                                                372                317
                                                                                            542                485


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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                  Financial Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                 year ended 30 June 2008


                  NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                                  THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008



     NOTE 12      OTHER LIABILITIES                                              Note    2008           2007
                                                                                          $              $
                  CURRENT

                  Unexpended income and government grants                               3,199,046     3,103,216

                  NON-CURRENT

                  Unexpended income and government grants                                354,429        420,391


     NOTE 13      CASH FLOW INFORMATION

            (a)   The operating surplus is reconciled with net                           2008           2007
                  cash flows from operating activities as follows:                        $              $

                  Operating surplus                                                     5,741,976     1,326,690

                  Adjustment for non-cash items:

                  Depreciation                                                          1,016,977       733,936
                  Loss on disposal of property, plant and equipment                        43,278        18,500

                  Changes in operating assets and liabilities:

                  Increase in provisions for employee entitlements                       263,446         67,313
                  Increase / (decrease) in payables                                      405,748        (71,832)
                  Increase in unexpended income and government grants                     29,868        393,492
                  Decrease / (increase) in inventories                                       -           28,761
                  Decrease / (increase) in receivables                                   267,408       (335,852)

                  Net cash flows from operating activities                              7,768,701     2,161,008

           (b)    Reconciliation of cash and cash equivalents

                  Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the financial year
                  as shown in the statement of cash flows is reconciled to the
                  related item in the statement of financial position as
                  follows:

                  Cash at bank and on hand                                         5    9,193,402     2,771,284

            (c)   Standby arrangements

                  The company has no standby arrangements




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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                      Financial Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                     year ended 30 June 2008


             NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                             THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008


NOTE 14      KEY MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL COMPENSATION                                     2008               2007
                                                                                        $                  $
             Amounts paid to key management personnel under the
             following category are:

             - Short-term employee benefits                                             959,933           913,403
             - Post-employment benefits                                                  79,251            70,457
                                                                                      1,039,184           983,860

             No benefits under any other category were paid.


NOTE 15      OPERATING LEASE COMMITMENTS

             Rental of properties and vehicles under non-cancellable
             leases payable:

             - not later than one year                                                  329,784           107,076

             - later than one year but not later than five years                        909,762              -
                                                                                      1,239,546           107,076

NOTE 16      RELATED PARTIES

             The directors of the company were the only related parties.

             During the year there were no financial transactions with
             related parties.

NOTE 17      DIRECTORS' REMUNERATION

             The directors of the company have received no benefits during
             the financial year for the performance of their duties as directors.


NOTE 18      FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS

       (a)   Financial Risk Management

             MacKillop's financial instruments consist of deposits with banks, income securities, fund managers,
             accounts receivable and payable.

             MacKillop does not have any derivative instruments at the financial year end.

             The main risks MacKillop is exposed to through its financial instruments are interest rate risk,
             liquidity risk and credit risk.




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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                             Financial Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                            year ended 30 June 2008


                 NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                                 THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008


NOTE 18       (Continued)

        (b)   Interest Rate Risk

              MacKillop's exposure to interest rate risk is set out below together with effective interest rates.

                          2008                                                   Fixed Interest Maturing in

                                                      Weighted       Floating      1 year      Over 1         Non
                                                      Effective      Interest        or           to        Interest
                                              Note    Interest         Rate         less       5 years      Bearing      Total

                                                                         $            $           $            $           $

              Financial assets
              Cash and cash equivalents         5         5.65%     9,193,402                                            9,193,402
              Trade and other receivables       6          -                                                 813,487       813,487
              Financial assets                  7         7.30%                  7,877,604        -       13,987,106    21,864,710
                                                                    9,193,402    7,877,604        -       14,800,593    31,871,599

              Financial liabilities
              Trade and other payables        9, 10         -                                               2,184,831    2,184,831
              Other                            12           -                                               3,553,475    3,553,475
                                                                         -             -          -         5,738,306    5,738,306

              Net financial assets                                  9,193,402    7,877,604        -         9,062,287   26,133,293

                          2007                                                   Fixed Interest Maturing in

                                                      Weighted       Floating      1 year      Over 1         Non
                                                      Effective      Interest        or          to         Interest
                                              Note    Interest         Rate         less       5 years      Bearing      Total

                                                                         $            $           $            $           $

              Financial assets
              Cash and cash equivalents         5         5.40%     2,771,284                                            2,771,284
              Trade and other receivables       6          -                                               1,080,895     1,080,895
              Financial assets                  7         6.30%                  7,927,785        -       16,988,075    24,915,860
                                                                    2,771,284    7,927,785        -       18,068,970    28,768,039

              Financial liabilities
              Trade and other payables        9, 10         -                                               1,779.083    1,779,083
              Other                            12           -                                               3,523,607    3,523,607
                                                                         -             -          -         5,302,690    5,302,690

              Net financial assets                                  2,771,284    7,927,785        -       12,766,280    23,465,349




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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                        Financial Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                       year ended 30 June 2008


             NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                             THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008



NOTE 18      (Continued)

       (c)   Credit Risk Exposure

             The credit risk on financial assets of MacKillop is the carrying amount, net of any provision for
             doubtful debts.

             MacKillop minimises concentrations of investment risk by undertaking investment transactions
             with a wide variety of suitably rated financial institutions.

             Other investment risks are interest rate movements and the value of the non interest bearing
             financial assets which are dependent on market forces.

             Investment risk is minimised by ongoing monitoring of fund managers by the Finance and Legal
             Committee. The Audit and Risk Committee also monitors related risks.

      (d)    Fair Value

             The valuation of financial assets and liabilities are described in Note 1(h) to the financial
             statements.

             The fair value of cash and cash equivalents and non-interest bearing monetary financial assets and
             financial liabilities of MacKillop approximates their carrying value.

       (e)   Liquidity Risk

             MacKillop manages liquidity risk by regular monitoring of cash flow requirements.

       (f)   Market Risk

             There could be a material impact on net operating result of MacKillop based on market forces. In
             addition, the company's investment in managed funds is subject to price risks as reflected by
             movements in market value of listed investments. These risks are mitigated as the said investments
             are held as medium to long term investments.

       (g)   Market Sensitivity Analysis

             Taking into account past performance, future expectations, economic forecasts and management's
             knowledge and experience of financial markets, MacKillop believes that a parallel shift of +1%
             and -1% in interest rates from year end 30 June 2008 are reasonably possible over the next 12
             months.

             The following table discloses the impact on surplus and equity for each category of financial
             instruments held by MacKillop at year end if changes in the relevant risk occur:




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     MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                      Financial Report for the
     ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                     year ended 30 June 2008


                NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR
                                THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2008



     NOTE 18    (Continued)

                                                                            Interest Rate Risk
                                                        Carrying             -1%                     +1%
                                                        Amount        Surplus     Equity     Surplus    Equity
                2008                                       $             $           $          $         $
                Financial assets
                Cash and cash equivalents               9,193,402      (91,934)     (91,934)     91,934       91,934
                Trade and other receivables               813,487         -            -            -           -
                Financial assets - interest bearing     7,877,604      (78,776)     (78,776)     78,776       78,776
                Financial liabilities
                Trade and other payables                2,184,831         -             -          -            -
                Other                                   3,553,475         -             -          -            -

                2007
                Financial assets
                Cash and cash equivalents               2,771,284      (27,713)     (27,713)     27,713       27,713
                Trade and other receivables             1,080,895         -            -            -           -
                Financial assets - interest bearing     7,927,785      (79,278)     (79,278)     79,278       79,278
                Financial liabilities
                Trade and other payables                1,779,083         -             -          -            -
                Other                                   3,523,607         -             -          -            -

     NOTE 19    SEGMENT INFORMATION

                (a)   Industry

                      MacKillop operates in the sole area of providing welfare, education and training services for
                      vulnerable children, young people and their families.

                (b)   Geographical

                      MacKillop currently operates solely in Victoria.

     NOTE 20    ECONOMIC DEPENDENCY

                There is a dependence on the Department of Human Services ('DHS') for a significant volume of
                revenue for the purposes of funding the principal activities of MacKillop.

     NOTE 21    CAPITAL COMMITMENTS

                There are no significant capital commitments as at reporting date.

     NOTE 22    CONTINGENT LIABILITY

                There are no significant contingent liabilities as at reporting date.

     NOTE 23    EVENTS SUBSEQUENT TO REPORTING DATE

                The financial report was authorised for issue on 9 October 2008 by order of the Board of Directors.




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MacKillop Family Services Limited                                                        Financial Report for the
ABN 79 078 299 288                                                                       year ended 30 June 2008



                                         DIRECTORS' DECLARATION



The directors declare that the financial statements and notes as set out on pages 8 to 24:

(a)      comply with Accounting Standards, the Corporations Regulations 2001 and other mandatory
         professional reporting requirements, and

(b)      give a true and fair view of the company's financial position as at 30 June 2008 and of its performance,
         as represented by the results of its operations and its cash flows, for the financial year ended on that
         date.

In the directors' opinion:

(a)      the financial statements and notes are in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001; and

(b)      there are reasonable grounds to believe that the company will be able to pay its debts as and when they
         become due and payable.

This declaration is made in accordance with a resolution of the Board of Directors.

Signed for and on behalf of the Board,




Mr John Hurren                                                                   Mr David Graham
Director                                                                         Director

Melbourne, 17 October 2008




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                             INDEPENDENT AUDIT REPORT TO THE MEMBERS OF
                                  MACKILLOP FAMILY SERVICES LIMITED



     Report on the financial report
     We have audited the accompanying financial report of MacKillop Family Services Limited (“the Company”),
     which comprise the balance sheet as at 30 June 2008, the income statement, the statement of changes in equity
     and cash flow statement, a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory Notes to and
     forming part of the accounts and the directors’ declaration.

     Directors’ responsibility for the financial report
     The directors of the company are responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of the financial report in
     accordance with Australian Accounting Standards (including the Australian Accounting Interpretations) and the
     Corporations Act 2001. This responsibility includes establishing and maintaining internal control relevant to the
     preparation and fair presentation of the financial report that is free from material misstatement, whether due to
     fraud or error, selecting and applying appropriate accounting policies and making accounting estimates that are
     reasonable in the circumstances.

     Auditor’s responsibility
     Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the financial report based on our audit. We conducted our audit in
     accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. These Auditing Standards require that we comply with relevant
     ethical requirements relating to audit engagements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance
     whether the financial report is free from material misstatement.
     An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the
     financial report. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgment, including the assessment of the risks
     of material misstatement of the financial report, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments,
     the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the financial
     report in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of
     expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the
     appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by the
     directors, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial report.
     We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit
     opinion.

     Independence
     In conducting our audit, we have complied with the independence requirements of the Corporations Act 2001.
     We confirm that the independence declaration required by the Corporations Act 2001, provided to the directors
     of the Company on 3 October 2008 would be in the same terms if provided to the directors as at the date of this
     auditor’s report.

     Auditor’s opinion
     In our opinion, the financial report of the Company is in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001 including:
     (a)      giving a true and fair view of the company’s financial position as at 30 June 2008 and of its
              performance for the financial year ended on that date; and
     (b)      complying with Australian Accounting Standards (including the Australian Accounting
              Interpretations) and the Corporations Regulations 2001.


     WHK Day Neilson




     Ross G. Fraser
     Partner
     Geelong, 17 October 2008

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Organisational Chart                                                                                                     (as at 27/10/08)




                                                                                                         Chief Executive Officer
                Members                             Board of Directors
                                                                                                             Paul Linossier


    Director of Mission            Director of Finance             Director of Human                                                Director of
                                                                                                  Director of Services
        Sr Colleen                 & Business Services                  Resources                                                  Development
                                                                                                      Helen Burt
         O’Dwyer                      Graham Boal                   Anita Buhagiar                                               Graham McKern



General Manager                                General Manager                             General Manager                              General Manager
Quality & Review                                Alternate Care                                  Barwon                                Community Programs
 Merrilee Cox                                   Gavin Kempin                              Jennifer Hocking                                Vicky Flory


                                                                                                                               Disability Services
                                                                                                                                     (Metro)
                                                                            MacKillop Youth Services                          (A) Emma Leunig
                                                                                      Barwon
                                MacKillop Alternate Care                        Ruth Dorman                                  Family & Community
                                       North West                                                                                   Services
                                       Chris Craig                                                                             Bernie O’Regan
                                                                                 Bayview Disability
                                                                                      Services
Quality & Review               MacKillop Youth Services                          Heather Cooney                             Rice Education & Youth
       Team                            North West                                                                                   Services
                                     Carla Cotter                                 Mercy Children’s                                 Christine
                                                                                      Services                                Thornton-Gaylard
                                    Southern Services                             Casey O’Brien
                                     Meaghan Moir                                                                           Heritage & Information
                                                                                                                                     Service
                                                                            St Augustine's Education
                                                                                                                                  Jenny Glare
                                                                                    & Training
                                                                                   Ruth Rees
                                                                                                                              Family Relationship
                                                                                                                                    Program
                                                                                                                                 Kath Barry




MacKillop Family Services acknowledges the valuable support received from individuals, community and business organisations, and philanthropic
trusts. It is a privilege to receive this support and we thank those who have contributed in many and varied ways, for believing in our work.

MacKillop Family Services is especially grateful for gifts received during the past year from estates of those people who planned ahead, and included us
in their Will. If you are preparing a new Will, please consider leaving a special gift to MacKillop Family Services and continue your life’s work, by creating
a living legacy, giving hope to children and families, in your name.

It is important that you discuss with your legal advisor the correct wording of your Will so that your future wishes and intentions are correctly carried
out. MacKillop Family Services suggests the following wording:

“I give and bequeath (the amount, a percentage of residue of the estate, or works of art, shares, furniture and effects) to MacKillop Family
Services, Level 1, 123 Paisley Street, Footscray, Victoria, for general purposes* and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer or proper
officer of MacKillop Family Services shall be sufficient discharge for my Executor(s)”.

*an insertion can be made at this point if you wish the bequeath to be used for a specific purpose, e.g. education services for young people, or foster
care for children, or to a program or service.

Our Development Unit staff will be happy to discuss the making of a Will with you. They can be contacted on telephone (03) 9699 9177.



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How to contact us
You can contact MacKillop Family Services at:

Registered Office ABN 79 078 299 288
Level 1, 123 Paisley Street, Footscray, VIC 3011
Telephone: (03) 9687 7166

Office of the Chief Executive
22 Pin Oak Crescent, Flemington, VIC 3031
Telephone: (03) 9381 6999

Development Unit; Heritage & Information
Service; Southern Services
237 Cecil Street, South Melbourne, VIC 3205
Telephone: (03) 9699 9177

St Anthony’s Family Centre
Family and Community Services &
Disability Services (Metro)
118 Commercial Road, Footscray, VIC 3011
Telephone: (03) 9680 8444

Victoria Street (MacKillop Home Based Care and
MacKillop Youth Services)
9 Victoria Street, Footscray, VIC 3011
Telephone: (03) 8398 6800

Rice Education & Youth Services
10-12 Gilda Street, Maidstone, VIC 3012
Telephone: (03) 9317 6200

Barwon Regional Office (Mercy Children’s
Services, Bayview Disability Services, MacKillop
Youth Services Barwon)
Helen Street, North Geelong, VIC 3215
Telephone: (03) 5278 9211

St Augustine’s Education & Training
27-33 Oxford Street, Whittington, VIC 3220
Telephone: (03) 5248 2557



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