Wesley Impact! news
Read the latest issue of Wesley Impact! news to learn more about the people you have helped and how their lives have changed through your donations.
Read the latest issue of Wesley Impact! news to learn more about the people you’ve helped and how their lives have changed through your generous support.
A new year brings new opportunities. And for the Parry family*, it brings new hope for the future.
The family, who featured in our 2023 Christmas Appeal, enjoyed a beautiful holiday season together in their new home thanks to your ongoing support. Mum, Charlotte*, was so happy to bake biscuits with her four young children, as they do every year, knowing they now have a safe place to call home.
In this edition of Wesley Impact! news, you’ll learn how rising living costs are pushing more families like the Parrys into homelessness and how your donation is used to support them. Rev Stu Cameron shares a heartfelt thank you which will show you just how far your compassion has gone in making a powerful impact.
You’ll hear from Penina, a single mother who sought support from Wesley Mission and now has the confidence to be the best parent for her two children. Plus, find out how The Dove, a local social enterprise cafe in Ballina, is changing lives for young people in foster care and how Doreen’s gift in Will reflects her lifelong support of Wesley Mission.
At Wesley Mission, we believe every life matters and we work tirelessly to do all the good we can in our communities – but it’s only possible with your continued support. Your kindness and compassion mean we can be there for Australians in need now and into the future.
Imagine what we can achieve together through our continued commitment to compassion
In a world impacted by volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, collaboration and compassion provide a beacon of boundless hope. When we join in support of Australians in crisis, our ability to transform lives and uplift communities is amplified.
Will you partner with us to put compassion into action?