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A photo of Katrina holding a childrens christmas book

“A silent night, a star above, a blessed gift of hope and love.”

Donations to Anglicare’s Christmas Appeal are providing gifts of hope and practical support to Tasmanians in need. Read more
Winter Appeal 2022

Anglicare Winter Appeal: let’s walk alongside Tasmanians in need

Winter has arrived in Tasmania. Please donate to the Anglicare Winter Appeal and help us reach out to people in need. Read more
A photo of Margaret Savage amongst all the donated items for the Christmas Appeal. She looks happyily overwhelmed.

Christmas Appeal spreads joy

Anglicare’s Christmas Appeal struck a chord in the lead-up to the festive season. Now the focus is on preparing children to return to school. Read more
Eveline House staff members Christian and Anne - Maree are standing beside a christmas tree and a large christmas banner is on the wall with Santa Claus on it. Underneath the tree are 10 or more cooler bags.

Christmas cheer spreads far and wide

Generous donations to Anglicare’s Christmas Appeal are spreading Christmas cheer to the young people living at our Youth2Independence facilities. Read more
Photo of a group of residents from Bayview Lodge with parishioners from St Marks Bellerive.

Anglicare welcomes community connections

Do you belong to a parish group or community organisation that might be interested in forming a relationship with your Anglicare neighbours? Read more
Pens against Poverty illustration showing a person drawing and the words 'Time for change'

Tasmanian students take up their pens against poverty

Tasmanian students have shown flair and empathy in the national Pens Against Poverty writing competition. Read more
A photo showing some of the knitted items made by the All Saints Network of Anglican Churches in the Launceston area. Toys, booties, beanies, blankets and more!

Sharing the love

Tasmania's church community is committed to outreach, and the practical support it gives to Anglicare programs is priceless. Read more
For 20 years the biscuit ladies from the Howrah Anglican Parish have been baking treats for young people staying in crisis accommodation

One thousand Fridays baking biscuits for teens experiencing hardship.

For 20 years the biscuit ladies from the Howrah Anglican Parish have been baking treats for young people staying in crisis accommodation. Read more

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