Melbourne City Mission

Every day, Melbourne City Mission works with some of Melbourne and Victoria’s most vulnerable individuals, families and communities. Every week, we help thousands of people escape and avoid disadvantage, economic exclusion and social isolation. We’ve been around for almost as long as Melbourne itself and over the years have adapted and evolved alongside the people we work with, always responding to the changing needs of communities.

We work with the most vulnerable and disadvantaged in our society. From children living with a disability, or young people with nowhere to call home, to people who need assistance into education or employment, we work alongside them, so they can build a better future for themselves. We help people find their own path to independence, providing them with the support they need along the way.

While we support people experiencing disadvantage, we also advocate for social change to reduce the number of people experiencing disadvantage and to intervene as early as possible to limit the damage done by the experience.

 
 
 
 

 
 
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A Gift Of Education

In 2011, 86.1% of 20–24 year olds in Victoria had completed Year 12 or an equivalent qualification. This leaves 60,000 young Victorians without a q... Read More

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A Gift Of Support

1 in 12 Australian children aged up to 14 have a disability.  Disability is an issue that can involve the whole family whereby all family memb... Read More

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A Helping Hand

1 in 12 Australian children aged up to 14 have a disability.  Disability is an issue that can involve the whole family whereby all family memb... Read More

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Somewhere Safe Tonight

Homelessness is one of the most severe forms of disadvantage that any person can experience.  Even for an adult, it can feel scary, depressing... Read More

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A Bed To Sleep In

Homelessness is one of the most severe forms of disadvantage that any person can experience.  Even for an adult, it can feel scary, depressing... Read More

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Gift Of Education

In 2011, 86.1% of 20–24 year olds in Victoria had completed Year 12 or an equivalent qualification. This leaves 60,000 young Victorians without a q... Read More