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

We provide a range of vital community services and programs, including emergency and housing support for families and people at-risk of homelessness, disability and employment services, childcare, youth programs and care for Brisbane seniors.

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Increasing Skills with Career Keys
New opportunities for Wesley Mission Brisbane as we merge with Career Keys  

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Hummingbird House construction begins
Construction is underway to build Queensland's only children's hospice, Hummingbird House.   

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Independent living for people with mental illness
The Mantle Apartments will provide much needed supported accommodation for 14 adults living with mental illness.   

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WMB Remembers Our Anzacs
This ANZAC centenary, Wesley Mission Brisbane remembers some of the extraordinary stories of our service men and women from across the organisation.   

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Raise the Roof Ball
Hummingbird House invites you to join them at the Raise the Roof ball. 

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Hummingbird House on its way
A historic day for children's palliative care in Queensland as work begins on the state's only children's hospice, Hummingbird House.   

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OzHarvest: Running for Trucks
OzHarvest is making tracks to keep their trucks on the road.   

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Local Emerging Artists Discovered
Annastacia Palaszczuk, Queensland's Premier, has opened the latest Art from the Margins exhibition.   

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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.