Support us

There are many ways you can support the work of City Mission.

Volunteer

Volunteering with us can be very rewarding plus you get to support your local community. There are many roles available to assist in delivering our core services across Northern Tasmania. 

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Financial Donations

Every dollar given is directed towards our services. You can make a donation at any time online, in person or via post. Regular giving is easy with Mission360 where you can ‘set and forget’ your monthly or quarterly pledge.

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Other Donations

Recycle your unwanted and reusable goods by donating them to our Mission Shops and other social enterprises. All profit made through our shops is redirected into maintaining and growing our client services across Northern Tasmania.

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Partner

There are many ways you can show your support: sponsor a campaign, organise a fundraiser, participate in our events, volunteer with us, provide in-kind or pro bono support or take part in our workplace giving program.  

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Leave a Bequest

Leave your legacy with City Mission to ensure that your positive influence will continue. We have an array of client services dedicated to assist those in need in Northern Tasmania.

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Mission Shops

Mission Shops, Mission on George and Uptipity are stocked with secondhand goods. Selected Mission Shops also carry lines of new stock, including grocery items, furniture and electrical goods. All profit is redirected into our client services across Northern Tasmania.

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Latest News

  • Transformation through Mentoring

    Transformation through Mentoring

    24 July 2017

    Andrew was referred to us by Child Protection Services in January a few years back.

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  • Bacon & Eggs for Morton's Place

    Bacon & Eggs for Morton's Place

    26 June 2017

    A hot breakfast option has been introduced at Morton’s Place once a month for a small fee of $2.

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  • Food to support local community

    Food to support local community

    22 June 2017

    St Patrick's College responded to our concern back in March about a shortage of food supplies and have continued to collect to sup...

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