L to R: Chris Gahan (longstanding Chairperson of NHF), Ross Buscemi (Director of NHF since 2005) with the late Frank Crean at one of his last meetings at the NHF.

The New Hope Foundation currently provides a range of Settlement, Aged Care and General services from locations across the Western Metropolitan Region, Inner Melbourne, the Southern Metropolitan Region and on the Mornington Peninsula.

We are committed to delivering the most effective and innovative programs to our clients, across different life stages of their migration and settlement journey.  We endeavour to work collaboratively and in partnership with government and service providers who share our values, care and dedication to all migrants and refugees. Since 2015 we have worked in partnership with DutchCare and our shared vision for service provision has led to the establishment of a new entity which encompasses our two organisations.

The merger of the New Hope Foundation with DutchCare has been formalised and our new entity, MiCare, opens a new and exciting chapter in the long journey of the New Hope Foundation. We look forward to more innovative and responsive programs that best address the needs of all recently arrived migrants and refugees, as well as those of elderly migrants through comprehensive aged care programs.