The ABC Giving Tree Appeal has officially launched!
Posted on November 04, 2022
City Mission is once again partnering with the ABC Giving tree as one of the beneficiary charities.
The ABC Giving Tree Appeal is back for 2022.
Now in its 34th year, the appeal is Tasmania's biggest Christmas charity and raises money for Tasmanians most in need over the holiday season.
Proceeds from the Giving Tree Appeal are distributed between Launceston City Mission, Launceston Benevolent Society,St Vincent de Paul Society, The Salvation Army, Uniting Tasmania, Hobart City Mission, Mission Australia, Anglicare, Colony 47, Hobart Women's Shelter and Kennerley Children's Home.
You can donate to the ABC Giving Tree online.
Large donations over $500 may be made directly to the ABC Giving Tree Appeal by bank transfer.
You can email@example.com for details.
You can also buy the ABC Weather Calendar online with all proceeds going to the ABC Giving Tree Appeal.
About the ABC Giving Tree
The ABC Giving Tree began in 1988 when then Breakfast presenter Ric Patterson suggested that listeners to ABC Radio Hobart might give a small toy donation to sit under the giant Christmas tree in the foyer. Over more than 30 years it has grown to become Tasmania's largest Christmas charity, distributing donations to 11 partner charities working right across the state of Tasmania.
The ABC Giving Tree is a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), run by the ABC in Tasmania and governed by a Trust. The Constitution of the ABC Giving Tree states that the sole purpose shall be to facilitate the collection of toys, food, gifts and cash relief of the needy in Tasmania. The ABC Giving Tree is endorsed as a Deductable Gift Recipient (DRG); donations over $2 are tax deductable.