‘With the servant leadership of Peter as our model, we aspire to strengthen the qualities of all those in our community so that they may lead with wisdom, compassion and courage’
St. Peter’s College has a strong tradition of Social Justice.
‘Walking in the footsteps of St. Peter, we will celebrate our Catholic faith founded on Christ’s message of love, justice and service’
“We have raised money, donated goods and walked alongside some of those living on the fringes of our society”
Programs have included Ozanam House in North Melbourne and volunteering at Vinnies Cranbourne, partnerships between our Youth Ministry Students with local aged care facilities, such as Willow Wood Aged Care, all the while getting first hand experience in all that these organisations, and others like them, achieve every day.
As well as these activities the St. Peter’s College Student Body, as a whole, undertakes many fundraising activities throughout their year.
Students and Staff have raised funds to support the annual Caritas Project Compassion Appeal, The Winter Blanket Appeal for St. Vincent de Paul, Harmony Day and several other ventures raise money for the Bishop of Sale, Charitable Fund.
A ‘Very Special Thank You’ to all St. Peter’s College students and staff who work throughout the year to further develop our program of Social Justice, not only within our College Community but to our community at large.