- How to support us
How to support us
Prahran Mission is grateful for any form of support it receives. Some ways to support Prahran Mission are by financial donations and contributions to its programs.
These can take the form of:
- a one-off financial donation
- monthly direct debit from credit card
- special appeals, such as our Winter Breakfast Program, or Christmas Appeal
- corporate sponsorship
- community group support
- volunteering time and expertise
- material goods and furniture for our Goodwill Shop
- contribution to our emergency relief program.
All donations are used to support the work of Prahran Mission in its delivery of services to people experiencing poverty, homelessness, social or economic disadvantage, or who are living with a mental illness.
How can I make a donation?
- Call Prahran Mission on 9692 9500, and have your credit card details handy
- Download our donation slip, complete and return to:
PO Box 68
Prahran VIC 3181
- Donate online via an external secure website – GiveNow
|Prahran Mission is a registered charity with The ACNC’s
Tick of Charity Registration.
Leaving a gift in your Will – a lasting legacy
A Bequest or Legacy is a gift nominated in a legal Will. Prahran Mission has a well established bequest program. Funds from bequests enable us to support programs and services that do not receive government funding. This allows us to be innovative and flexible in our approach to providing much needed services.
Once you’ve made provisions for your family and loved ones, please consider including Prahran Mission in your Will. By leaving a gift in your Will, you will really make a difference – helping people who are experiencing poverty, homelessness, social or economic disadvantage, or who are living with a mental illness.
You can leave a gift to Prahran Mission in a number of ways:
- by leaving a percentage of your estate
- by leaving the residue – what is left over after your family and loved ones have been provided for
- by leaving a specific sum or an asset such as property, shares, or belongings.
Why I have chosen to leave a gift in my Will to Prahran Mission
For more information
Please read our brochure Leaving a Bequest
Or, if you would like to discuss your options, and find out more information about leaving a gift to Prahran Mission in your Will, please contact Melissa Carrozza on 9692 9500 – who will be delighted to talk to you.
Please note: All enquiries are treated with the strictest confidence.
For over 60 years people have supported Prahran Mission’s services by volunteering. Every volunteer at Prahran Mission is highly valued for the integral role they play in working together to provide quality of services.
Why volunteer at Prahran Mission?
With various volunteering opportunities, Prahran Mission is able to offer volunteers a unique experience that suits the individual’s interests, skillsets or availability.
Enquiries from corporate and community groups are welcome.
What sort of work do volunteers do?
Here are some examples of where we may need your assistance:
- preparing food and serving customers in our community dining room, Hartley’s.
- appraising goods, sorting items and serving customers in our Goodwill Shops, located at Prahran and Dandenong.
- assisting with fundraising campaigns.
- Assisting with the logistics of annual Prahran Mission events such as the Winter Breakfast Launch.
- assisting with various Christmas-related activities.
- providing professional consulting advice on specific projects.
How do I volunteer?
Applying to volunteer at Prahran Mission is easy.
Simply fill out these forms:
and send them – by post or email – along with clear copies of your identification, to Prahran Mission.
All Prahran Mission volunteers must hold a current Working With Children Check. For details on how to apply for a WWC, go to this website, Working With Children.
NOTE: There is no charge to volunteers for this check.
Our Volunteer Coordinator will contact you to discuss opportunities.
Attention: Volunteer Coordinator
PO Box 68
PRAHRAN VIC 3181
View our current Volunteer Opportunities