Established in 1946 Prahran Mission, an agency of the Uniting Church in Australia, provides emergency relief services to those experiencing poverty, homelessness and economic disadvantage as well as rehabilitation services to those experiencing mental illness and psychiatric disability. We believe that everyone deserves a decent life.
Welcome to the Winter Edition of Mission Matters. In this edition we discover the new look Chapel St Goodwill Shop, welcome the start of our 24th Annual Winter Breakfast, hear from a family that volunteers at the Mission, and celebrate the success of our Easter Lunch. It is not too late to donate to the Prahran Mission Winter Appeal, so if you are able to give, please do.
Welcome to the first Mission Matters for 2015. In this edition, we wrap up what was a wonderful Christmas for 2014 and thank all those who made it so special. We say a sad farewell to the Erica Myers-Davis, General Manager Fundraising and Community Relations. We are thrilled to welcome our new truck, and explore what this means for our Job Supply Program, and those we employ. Details for the 24th Annual Winter Breakfast Launch are also available. Happy reading! Prahran Mission
Welcome to the Summer Edition of Mission Matters. In this edition, we give a brief overview of the many Christmas activities in full swing at the Mission, and how you can help. We also feature an article on homelessness, and the reality of what this means for some of the people we serve. Our new website is up and running, so we would love to hear your feedback. Please have a look around. There is also an overview of the Annual General Meeting and the Chairman’s Lunch for 2014. We thank you for your support in 2014 and wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas.
Welcome to the Spring Edition of Mission Matters. In this edition, we feature a number local businesses and the impact that they have on Prahran Mission and the work we do. We also congratulate Dick Carter AM on his achievement and Order Of Australia Medal. We investigate social isolation, the stigma surrounding this, and what we can all do to help. The issue also features a wrap from another successful Winter Breakfast Program, and how you can get involved in the lead up to Christmas.
amongst the many special guests in aendance. The Congress featured 90 speakers from Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Europe and the USA including Dr Rufus May, Dr Dirk Corsten, Rachel Waddington, Nave American
The Spring Edition of Prahran Mission's quarterly newsletter Mission Matters featuring articles on our Rock n Roll Stars from the Go Live Music Project, St Kilda Drop In, The Annual Art Exhibition and a moving tribute to the late Joan Wickland.
The winter edition of Prahran Mission's quarterly newsletter showcasing fabulous vintage fashions from Mary Lipshut ML Vintage and celebrity stylist Philip Boon; brilliant volunteers Darryl Twitt and Neil Ferguson whose generosity has made a huge difference to the people we serve, photos from our Winter Breakfast Launch with Julian Burnside AO, QC and of course regular updates from the CEO and Chaplain's Corner.