Wesley Mission Brisbane has been supporting Queenslanders for more than 100 years.

Our mission is to walk alongside people in need, offering care and compassion and promoting choice, independence and community wellbeing.

Wesley Mission Brisbane is built on the values of hope, innovation, justice, integrity, compassion, empowerment and respect.

With your help we support 100,000 people every year.

We offer a range of community services, aged care, child care and employment services which encourage social inclusion and strengthen communities.


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Meet Dr Fiona Hawthorne, Hummingbird House General Manager
Wesley Mission Brisbane and Hummingbird House have welcomed the strategic appointment of Dr Fiona Hawthorne, who has taken on the role of General Manager of Hummingbird House.

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The OzHarvest CEO CookOff coming to Brisbane in 2016
Brisbane’s CEOs are set to become ‘chef’ executive officers in March this year to help feed the less fortunate and raise awareness of food waste.

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A helping hand for families
Wesley Mission Brisbane’s Emergency Relief service has given families in need a welcomed boost during the back to school period.

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Youth go for gold on the Gold Coast
More than 100 young people made a splash at the annual Youth Olympics hosted by the Gold Coast City Council Youth Hubs.

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Turning the sod on Asher House
On Tuesday 8 December, supporters, staff, and future residents and their families gathered on the site to officially turn the sod on Asher House.

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Have you got an idea to improve your community?

Campaign for Change gives ordinary Queenslanders the chance to create their very own community support program.

No matter how big or small your idea - we have the resources and experience to help you make it a reality.

Whether it's a program for youth, mothers, refugees, families, seniors or animals - we want to hear from you!

Opens 1st May. Click here to visit the Campaign for Change page and find out more.