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Christmas: Bag of hope

14,000 people seek food relief in Australia each month but are unable to be assisted and go hungry. Sadly 40% of these people are children.

The Salvation Army through the Bag of Hope campaign wants to help Tasmanian families that are in urgent need this Christmas. 

A food drive is an easy way to collect non-perishable food items for The Salvation Army to distribute to those most in need. We invite corporations, small businesses, schools, community groups, churches and others to get involved and help transform our community this Christmas. 

Contact Us

If you're in Tasmania and would like more information about Bag of Hope or how you can get involved please call Ben Hirst on (03) 6228 8414.

Resources

Download the Bag of Hope resources to encourage others to get involved and support those in need this Christmas

Register

Please fill out the form below to register your organisation's involvement in Bag of Hope. Packs will be delivered to your specified site and will include the following:

  • An instruction sheet
  • Marketing materials to help you promote to your colleagues and the wider community
  • Printed bags containing a list of suggested items to donate

Please note, Bag of Hope is a Tasmanian initiative and unfortunately we cannot provide bags or boxes to other states and territories. 

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