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About Us

Ageing with grace

Hope Holistic Care (HHC) is a not-for-profit organisation that delivers services for over 65's. We use a holistic approach to assess and meet physical, social, mental and spiritual needs. We promote healthy ageing and offer assistance to access care services. We also run volunteer programs to bring the community to these older people. Our vision is that we will be a community for older people to share eternal hope.

Our mission

To bring hope to older people by:

  • Delivering tailored and holistic care services that meet their physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs

  • Building a committed, loving and compassionate community comprising professional staff, well trained carers and volunteers

  • Demonstrating Christian love and hope through benevolent and charitable activities

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What we do

Volunteer services

HHC offers assistance to those who are dealing with the challenges of ageing. You or your loved one may benefit from some social support or home visits from our volunteers. Alternatively, you may be having trouble understanding how to access Aged Care services. HHC is here to help.

Home Care Services

HHC will co-ordinate delivery of care services to aged care clients. Services will include, but are not limited to, domestic support, clinical care and allied healthcare. This will  operate on a fee-for-service model (refer to “Funding” on this page for more information).
HHC will employ qualified staff to assess, plan and deliver these care services. It will also partner with allied health professionals.

Social Groups

HHC plans to partner with churches to run social groups to enable older people to connect with volunteers and their peers. HHC will design the programs that can be used by churches. It will support co-ordinators at these churches through education, training and administration. It is envisioned that this will become a part of the churches’ outreach ministry, enlisting their own members as volunteers to focus on this group of often neglected people.

Our journey

The Fruit of Conviction

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HHC began with a couple (Rev. Joseph and Dr. Nancy Fung) who were burdened with their concern for the ageing community. After a lifetime of running successful businesses and fruitful Christian ministries, the Lord placed on them a vision to start yet another venture: a not-for-profit home care service.    
Although no longer in their youth (having battled cancer, endured  heart surgeries and other ailments), God’s faithfulness assured them that no work in His name would be in vain. They recognised that it is by God’s grace they have been blessed with talents in ministry, business and aged care. Since they were freely given these, they were compelled in turn to freely give.
After two years of prayerful consideration and deep discussion they were convicted by the Holy Spirit to convert the idea into reality. The board was formed in August 2020. HHC became a registered company on 6 January 2021. It is recognised as a Charitable Not for Profit with DGR status with The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

Board

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Rev Joseph Fung

Chairman

Engineer, Pastor, Founder

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Andrew Tam

Secretary

Engineer, Consultant, Elder

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Rachael Wade

Treasurer

Accountant, Director, Business Advisory

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Stephen Lowe

Director

Entrepreneur, Elder

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Michael So

Director

Software engineer

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Stephen Wong

Director

Radiologist

Advisors

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Winnie Hong

Advisor

Dr Winnie Hong is a recognised pain medicine specialist. She is the Director of Chronic Pain Management Service at the Concord Repatriation General Hospital. She has been a clinical advisor, lecturer and a member of numerous committees in government and universities. Dr Hong is a fellow at the Faculty of Pain Medicine, Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists.

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Tony Kwan

Advisor

Tony served 15 years as Chief Information Officer in the Australian Government. After he retired from the public service, Tony was appointed as an adjunct professor at the University of Canberra and teaches IT project management. Tony worships at the Canberra Austral-Asian Church and serves as an elder there.

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Dr Rev John Leung

Advisor

John has served in the Presbyterian churches network in NSW as pastor and missionary in rural and urban Sydney as well as in the small nations in the South Pacific for many years. He was a director of the Australian Presbyterian World Mission (APWM), Chinese Christian Mission Australia, Chinese Theological College Australia and several other Chinese Christian para-church organisations. John is currently involved in global missions in the Asia Pacific regions as well as in Africa under the APWM, KOSCM and the Sovereign Grace churches networks.