Our Purpose & Values


MDSI believes in a world where people matter, communities are connected and everyone is accepted.


Being Involved
We believe this is possible through education and participation of community members using our diverse cultural expertise.
All About the People
We ensure we have professional and multi-skilled staff, volunteers and board members who deliver the highest service quality in empowering and creative ways.
Respect and Communication
We do this with respect, trust, open communication, collaboration and courage.
Loyalty to Values
We say no to projects and partnerships that do not follow these values.
Helping Members Thrive
We hold ourselves accountable to these values so MDSI and our community members can thrive.

MDSI is a registered, not-for-profit charity that offers practical help and support services to the disadvantaged and marginalised. MDSI seeks to ensure that our organisation and our services are relevant and accessible. Based on an integrated service delivery system MDSI’s programs are specifically tailored through five broad service areas: children, youth, family, aged and disability.

MDSI is:


Our mission is to assist disadvantaged and marginalised people by providing services that:

Priorities & Objectives

Our priorities are:

Quality Policy

MDSI is committed to a continuous improvement quality culture to achieve its strategic vision and mission of building the capacity and capability of individuals, families and communities through the provision of an integrated range of services and programs that meet or exceed customer expectations and requirements.

MDSI believes that a quality culture will position it as the provider of choice in the Outer South Western Sydney region and help ensure compliance with legislation, contractual obligations, and service standards.

The objectives of the MDSI quality culture are:

To achieve these objectives MDSI will maintain an infrastructure to support effective and efficient communication processes and knowledge management.

MDSI management will provide strong leadership and clear direction for the quality management system by reviewing the system at least annually in accordance with the Quality Management Review Policies and engage SAI Global to undertake its external auditing.

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Statement

MDSI acknowledges and supports the Reconciliation Statement to respect, promote equity and justice, and value the cultural heritage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people. We actively seek opportunities to work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people through programs and partnerships to make a positive difference in the lives of children, young people, families and communities in South Western Sydney.

MDSI also encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation through a program of employment and career development opportunities within our workplace, including:

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Jun 2017

Family Fun Day

June Activity: Family Music Day

10:00am to 12:00pm
Gumnut Cottage, Gould Road, Claymo

Jun 2017

Biggest Morning Tea

Join us at Cafe Kulcha as we raise funds for the Cancer Council at out Biggest Morning Tea.

9:00am to 11:00am
Cafe Kulcha, Level 1, 171 -179 Que

Jun 2017

Women in Small Business

Pop Up Shop

9:00am to 5:00pm
Glenquarie Town Centre, Cnr Victor