Congratulations to the YHES House (Youth, Health and Education Service) team for winning the Meritorious Award at the City of Gold Coast Safer Community Award in the not-for-profit category for the amazing work they do.
Parkview resident Barry Norton’s passion for the environment has been contagious – and brought in thousands of dollars for his home in the process.
WMQ has launched its annual Red Bag Appeal to deliver a some much-needed festive cheer to families doing it tough as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year's Coles Hummingbird House appeal raised more than $1 million to support babies, children and young people living with a life-limiting condition.
Participants from Stellar Arts have created a beautiful range of Christmas cards that are now available to purchase with all profits going to the artists.
Hummingbird House has celebrated five years since it opened its doors to Queensland families. A huge milestone for an organisation that began as one couple’s dream, and has since grown to support hundreds of families across the state.
Wesley Mission Queensland (WMQ) has taken top honours in two categories of Worksafe Queensland’s Safe Work and Return to Work Awards 2021.
A new campaign focused on supporting and strengthening Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social and emotional wellbeing was launched this week.
Gold Coast mayor Tom Tate visited Wesley Kids last week to learn more about the important work the service is doing on the Gold Coast.
Wesley Mission Queensland is providing gift vouchers to thank frontline staff who receive their COVID-19 vaccine, as well as on-site vaccination hubs to ensure all clients and staff are protected from the impacts of coronavirus.
A new residential development offering specialist disability accommodation has opened on the Sunshine Coast at Maroochydore. The building, WesleyCare Maroochydore, will support nine people under the age of 65 living with a disability.
A new mental health service on the Gold Coast delivered by Wesley Mission Queensland will provide support to hundreds of residents struggling with the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.
Around 1953, Gordon Turnbull worked as Projectionist at the heritage-listed Paragon Theatre in Childers. Now almost 70 years on, 83-year-old Gordon took a surprise trip down memory lane and revisited the Paragon Theatre.
The team at headspace Capalaba are passionate about working with young people and pride themselves on creating a safe, friendly, confidential and non-judgmental environment.
Late last year, WMQ welcomed Julie, the new Team Leader to Pastoral and Spiritual Care. The Pastoral and Spiritual Care team are here to help and improve people’s quality of life.
Is your family home becoming a little too much to handle? Discover the upside to downsizing with these 5 key benefits to retirement living.
When Gemma came to the Logan Youth Foyer six months ago, it was important for her to have a safe and supportive place to live.
As we commence the New Year, Wesley Mission Queensland is excited to welcome Ms. Jude Emmer to the role of CEO.
Meet Donna, an Enrolled Nurse and a Workplace Coach for Wesley Mission QLD’s Kentish Court aged care community within Sinnamon Village at Sinnamon Park.