Hands of Hope

Building strong and more sustainable communities
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COMING UP

Christmas Hampers

10 October – 14 November

Movie under the Stars (Willawong)

Saturday, 27 November

06:30pm

Unidus Community Centre

Christmas 4 Kids

Saturday, 4 December

2:00 – 5:00pm

Unidus Community Centre

Movie under the Stars (St Lucia)

Saturday, 4 December

6:30pm

Natural Amphitheatre, University of Queensland

 

OUR IMPACT

within the Brisbane community every year

Food hampers

delivered through food relief program and our community partners.

community

benefited from community development programs.

Winter appeal

sent to people who are experiencing homelessness.

christmas gifts

distributed to children

For every funding that we received

88%

Program development
and delivery

12%

General administration and
operations costs

 

Our ongoing programs aim to build stronger and more sustainable communities

OUR PARTNERS & SUPPORTERS

Oz harvest
secondbite
foodbank
QLD government
brisbane city council

OUR VOLUNTEERS

We take pride in our amazing volunteers who have always upheld our value and mission by delivering various programs.

We would love to have you on the team, find out how you can make an impact through Hands of Hope today.

Numbers of volunteers involved in HoH programs:

I first started volunteer in the Salt & Light program because I felt that this COVID-19 situation has taken a huge toll on the community. I want to come together with the rest of the people that can help and reassure the people around us that there is hope, that there really is a life at the end of this hard time.

Reuel Chua

Salt & Light Volunteer

Teaching English to mates in my community with Hands of Hope is a blessing in disguise. It introduced me to a team of committed volunteers who want to lift others up by developing understanding through language. It introduced me to a group of people who are resilient and determined to break down the barriers of language.

Beatriz Polotan

English Class Volunteer

Volunteering through Hands of Hope has given me countless experiences with many new and friendly members of the community, and has also helped guide me in realising my predilection for volunteering and philanthropic/non-profit works. The biggest lesson I’ve learned through volunteering with Hands of Hope is that as servants of Christ, we are called to help and serve ALL of God’s children, regardless of if they are believers or not.

Aidan Poljuha

Salt & Light Volunteer