Goodna Parish Pantry
We support local community groups with donations of food, packaged meals, and non-perishable items. In particular, we support the Parish Pantry run by Goodna Anglican Welfare Ministry.
Please place donations in the white box located at the front of the church.
Indooroopilly Refugee Hub
We support the Uniting Church Asylum Seeker and Refugee Support Group with donations of food, particularly rice, cooking oil, sanitary items and toiletries, and laundry detergent. Please place donations in the white box located at the front of the church.
They welcome financial support too. Tax deductible donations can be made via:
Account Name: Wesley Mission Queensland
BSB: 014 002
Reference: your last name IRG
Please also email email@example.com telling them you have made a donation to IRG – Indooroopilly Uniting Church Asylum Seeker and Refugee Support Group and if you want to receive your tax receipt by post, your residential address. WMQ needs you to email them your full name for the tax receipt and preferably also your phone number in case of any questions or issues with the transaction.
For more information, see https://indooroopillyuc.org.au/what-we-do/care-and-relief/asylum-seeker-and-refugee-support-group/.
Mothers Union Annual Appeal 2022
See the Mothers‘ Union page for information.
Archbishop’s Emergency Relief Appeal
The Archbishop’s Emergency Relief Appeal exists to make funds available to local parishes affected by drought, flood, fire or other emergencies in order to assist families in need with the purchase of groceries and other basic necessities, often from shops or service providers in their local communities. All money raised is spent on helping these families in need. Gifts are also made to other dioceses when emergencies strike them.
Anglican Board of Mission (ABM)
Every Lent and Advent, envelopes are available for donations to ABM appeals. You can support these and other emergency appeals online via https://www.abmission.org/appeals.php
Lent and Good Friday 2022 Appeal: Al Ahli Child Nutrition Project
Your gift will change the lives of many communities living in poverty.
In a busy wing of the Al Ahli Hospital in Gaza, little Manna is being weighed by Hanan, a general nurse working in the hospital’s paediatric unit. Like all too many babies in Gaza, Manna was born severely underweight. Her mother, Heba, says, “I took Manna to many doctors and nurses before, but she didn’t improve”. Now, aged seven months, Manna has made good progress since she was taken into the Ahli’s Child Nutrition Program a month ago. After four visits to the program, she’s doing well. Her weight has improved, and she’s now moved from “severely” to “moderately” underweight. Heba says, “Here at the Ahli, the nurse measured my child and gave me some advice, and now she has benefitted. I’m very happy.” Read more.