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    DONATE NOW Adam lost his job.
    Facing eviction, Adam came to see us at Hobart City Mission.
    We were able to help, thanks to donations from people like you.

Hobart City Mission helps individuals and families in need. We provide housing, financial, emotional, advocacy, training and mentoring support to enable people to participate in community life to the best of their ability.

The Hobart City Mission has become a solid backdrop in my life offering friendship, community values and trust...It's great!

Paul,  Mount Nelson

Volunteers are vital to our work. Find out how you can help us to keep on caring.

 As a volunteer I enjoy the friendships I have made with some of the customers and other volunteers. I hope to be with Hobart City Mission for many more years.

 Marguerite, South Hobart

We rely on your generous support so that we can continue to help the people of Hobart and Southern Tasmania.

Hobart City Mission is a not-for-profit charitable organisation. All donations of $2 and over are tax deductible.

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Charity Preview Night Theatre Club

The Hobart Rep Society hold a charity preview night before the curtain goes up for the public for each production at The Playhouse Theatre, Bathurst Street, Hobart.  The Hobart City Mission is one of the Ripley


New Public Campaign

The Hobart City Mission has launched a public campaign featuring Brave Foundation Director, Barnado's Mother of the Year 2009, and Small Steps Ambassador Bernadette Black.

The video series also includes vignettes by Hobart City Mission CEO John Stubley and local mum Sharn Hitchins.  Will you help us raise $300,000.00 and support a young, Hobart mum and her baby in taking a small step in the right direction?

Imagine being a teenage

mum with no

family support

Imagine being a young

teenage mum

Speaking from experience

Funding the program

Imagine what it's like