• + - Make a donation


    Maximum impact from every donation

    By supporting Micah Projects through a tax deductible donation, you are strengthening our response to the inequality and injustice impacting the lives of vulnerable members of our community.

    2014 Hampers Cheers

    ‘Hampers cheers’ on Christmas Eve as all hampers are packed and ready to be wrapped for delivery.

    Our services are wide ranging to reflect the diversity of challenges people face in Brisbane. Donations positively impact every service delivered by Micah Projects. In short, whether $2 or $2,000, donating to Micah Projects is an investment in our community.

    It is so easy to support Micah Projects and make a difference in Brisbane.

    Please contact us for more information.

  • + - Offline donations

    Thank you for choosing to support Micah Projects.

    Micah Projects is registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC). We are a Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status. 

    Offline donations can be made as follows:

    Bank Deposit
    Account Name: Micah Projects Inc
    Bank: Westpac
    BSB: 034 013
    Account: 264051 

    Please either email us or post the details of your donation including your name, email and/or postal address, for receipt purposes.

    Please make your cheque payable to Micah Projects Inc, and post to:
    PO Box 3449 South Brisbane BC, Queensland 4101

    Please either email us or post the details of your donation including your name, email and/or postal address, for receipt purposes.


    Rachelle, a former Brisbane Common Ground tenant, came to Australia as a 14-year-old refugee and was determined to make a life for herself here in Australia. Photography: Craig Holmes.

    Read Rachelle's story.

    You may like to consider donating a welcome pack of essential household items for a person or family moving from homelessness into their home. 

    Or you could complete a donation form and email it to us.

    For more information about donations please contact us.

  • + - Corporate supporters

    Working collaboratively with community, corporate supporters and other service providers, is vital to the work of Micah Projects. 

    Each partnership we form is unique but all share our commitment to prevent and end homelessness, domestic and family violence, discrimination and social isolation.

    For more information on workplace giving, matched giving or event sponsorship, please visit the Major Supporter section of our website.

  • + - Leave a gift in your will

    Your passion for helping the community can live on. Consider leaving a gift to Micah Projects in your Will.

    After taking care of loved ones, leaving a gift to Micah Projects can assist vulnerable people to enjoy a better quality of life. You can help make the difference between someone living or dying on the streets, from enduring or escaping domestic and family violence, from feeling isolated or connected, and from experiencing a sense of hopelessness to one of hope.

    Bequests help make this possible by supporting our programs to create justice, social inclusion, economic wellbeing and connection within the community. By leaving a gift to Micah Projects in your Will, you can enhance our capacity to respond to people’s needs and ensure they enjoy a quality of life expected by most Australians.

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    “It didn’t matter what obstacle we were faced with, the Family Support and Advocacy Team seemed to find a way to get around it” Elisa. Elizah, Amenda, and Ellidon with their Mother Elisa. Photography: Katie Bennett.

    The next steps

    If you are thinking about making a bequest to Micah Projects, please talk to us about your options. We can send you an information pack and keep you informed of our latest projects. Please contact us

    Additional information is also available in the Micah Projects bequest brochure.

  • + - Donate in-kind

    Thank you for thinking of Micah Projects.

    You may like to consider donating a welcome pack of essential household items for an individual or family moving from homelessness.

    2016 Cookie

    Cookie was sleeping in Anzac Square when he started to work with the Micah Projects Street to Home team. His literacy levels and his lack of basic forms of ID such as a birth certificate had proven to major barrier to securing housing, but these were challenges the Street to Home team could help him with.

    Read Cookie's story.

    Or you could complete a donation form and email it to us.

    If you wish to support us in another way, please contact us.