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Your support will help strengthen communities by empowering individuals to better care for themselves and each other, ultimately creating lasting change.

In keeping with our mission to bring the light of Christ into communities, we have developed Mission Action Strategies that will effectively impact local communities, bringing uplift and transformation to vulnerable children and adults.

Through our local churches and care and support services we touch tens of thousands of lives each year. With your help we will continue to expand our reach across broader demographic, providing crucial services and support to those with the greatest needs.

Some of our project priorities include:

All of these projects are delivering real outcomes each and every day for vulnerable children and adults in their local communities but require much needed funds to continue.

Donate now and help communities and individuals have greater access to basic services, creating a meaningful change in their lives.

The Mooring (Gold Coast)

Churches of Christ in Queensland works with the Intensive Care Unit at the Gold Coast University Hospital to provide support services to families who struggle to cover costs of visiting loved ones in hospital. This service provides these families with accommodation near the hospital, meals, food vouchers, care packs with bathroom amenities, food hampers pre-paid Go Cards, fuel vouchers etc. Every Christmas food hampers are also handed out to those in need at the hospital.

Southport Food Pantry (Gold Coast)

This is an open space where volunteers come together once a week to distribute heavily discounted food to those in need. Boxes of fresh bread, fruit and vegetables valued at $40 are sold for $10, and a “Best Before” shop offers heavily discounted pantry items. Coffee and tea is also available. Any left over items are given to Affordable Housing Tenants.

During each morning tea, there is the opportunity given for discussions centred on issues of faith, hope and God.

Coffee Chaplaincy (Nambour)

A group of volunteers attends the Mental Health Ward at the Nambour Hospital, bringing with them coffee and plenty of love and understanding. The volunteers lend a caring ear, and speak with staff and patients about the stresses of the hospital, and general topics of conversation.