"The community spirit of giving on Christmas Eve continues to make a difference to the lives of many impacted by trauma, poverty and adversity. To everyone who participated in this year’s Christmas Hampers, please accept our heartfelt thanks, from all at Micah Projects." Karyn Walsh, CEO, Micah Projects.
Micah Projects provides a range of support and advocacy services to individuals and families according to their needs and capacity.
Donate a Welcome Pack of essential household items for an individual or family moving from homelessness.
Many people continue to be trapped in a cycle of homelessness, often transitioning from unstable accommodation to emergency shelters to rough sleeping. Moving out of this cycle requires access to affordable and permanent housing and a range of integrated support and healthcare services.
To maximise the potential for tenancy success and prevent a return to homelessness, it’s necessary that some basic items such as beds, mattresses, linen, towels and kitchen essentials are provided.
Donations are always appreciated and those over $2 are tax deductible
Family Inclusion Network is a network of parents and Brisbane non-government organisations who believe the voices of families matter.
"A community is defined by the way they treat the most vulnerable; those facing the most adversity. At Micah Projects, we are reminded of the strength of the Brisbane community all year but especially at Christmas" Karyn, CEO Micah Projects.
Micah Projects’ vision for social inclusion was never more apparent than at the magnificent 12th Annual Moonlight Magic Dinner Dance, held on Friday 28 August 2015 in the Plaza Ballroom, at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Campbell’s Club is a place where people who live in level 3 supported accommodation in Brisbane can connect with old friends, make new ones and have fun.
It is held each Thursday morning (except for public holidays) at Trinity Hall, 68 Hawthorne Street Wooloongabba, from 10am to 12midday. Foe more information contact us.
It is thanks to the generosity of St Mary’s Community, our many valued donors and volunteers who assemble and deliver the hampers, that we can continue the tradition of delivering hampers on Christmas Eve. Our deepest thanks to everyone who contributed.