We strive to be a Door of Hope in a fragile and uncertain world and to be focused on others, together in community. We're here to offer help and skills to those who need assistance. Our income supports our ability to improve the lives of so many people here in our local community, and also across the globe, through numerous programs and initiatives.
Over the years our well-stocked emergency food pantry has helped many hundreds of families and individuals experiencing hardship in our local community.
Mad Wheels is a mechanical skills training program designed to help disconnected young people through mentoring, affirmation and building self-esteem.
Mad Wheels Youth offers local school students, from grades 6 - 10, practical experience in a mechanic workshop to prepare them for further education or future employment.
Pastoral care assists those in need or crisis. Our team of like-minded individuals offer care and support through support programs or assistance to help solve problems.
Door of Hope is an official visit centre to Risdon Prison. Our partnership with Onesimus Foundation supports the children and families of offenders by facilitating video visits.
Our Superheroes Camps are well known in the Launceston community for the difference they make in the lives of local children who are experiencing tough family circumstances.
Each December Door of Hope distributes 100 hampers to Launceston families in need, who have been referred internally or through local care agencies.