Mission Possible: Give where you live

Posted on May 10, 2017

Mission Possible: Give where you live

​The Examiner and The Advocate newspapers have partnered with City Mission to launch ‘Mission Possible’.

Mission Possible aims to drive food donations from the community to City Mission services. Organisations and community groups can register themselves to be involved in this campaign or individuals can make donations at any of the existing drop-off points.

All donations to this campaign are very much appreciated and will be distributed in the region they are donated to support local families and individuals in need.

If your organisation or community group would like to register or if you’d like to know where the donation drop-off points are for the Launceston area, please click here.

If your organisation or community group would like to register or hear some of the stories from Mission Possible in the North West Coast region, please click here.

Every year during Winter, the demand for Family Services and Emergency Relief grows as it is a time that families and individuals receive larger bills in order to survive the colder months.

“We have a lot of need in our community and really it’s a fantastic thing when the community can start to work together to solve its issues for itself,” CEO Stephen Brown said.

To read more about Mission Possible, follow the links below:

City Mission calls for support

Retailers join campaign for food donors

Why people seek help at City Mission

Donations make life possible

City Kitchen feeds a crowd

Ulverstone West Rotary spends $1,000 in local IGA

Devonport Regional Gallery pitches in for food drive

Marist Regional College students volunteer at City Kitchen

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