Get involved

A little girl

We appreciate your participation and support in working for a just Tasmania.​

Help to make a difference by donating to Anglicare or by volunteering.

You can also contact us with ideas, comments and suggestions.



Winter Appeal 2019

Winter Appeal 2019 young mum

Right now there are Tasmanians struggling to afford rent, utility bills, healthcare and nutritious food.

Together, we can make winter warmer for people in crisis. Your donation will help provide heating for someone who is cold, groceries for a family in need, or a one-off payment to get someone back on their feet.


Make a donation


Give HOPE today!

Your donation will make a difference for local people experiencing hardship.

Your gift will provide encouragement and practical support - such as groceries for a family, assistance with a utility bill, a replacement washing machine or fridge, or a one-off payment to get someone back on their feet after an unexpected crisis.

We want every Tasmanian to have their basic needs met, as well as opportunities to learn and thrive.

Donations over $2 are tax deductible.


Here are three simple ways to send your gift to Anglicare:​

1. Online via

2. Mail: Anglicare, Reply Paid 1620, Hobart Tas 7001

3. Phone: 1800 243 232 (free from landlines and mobiles)


Workplace giving

Your workplace can set up payroll deductions to ensure regular, simple donations to Anglicare. To find out more, please use our contact details at the Contact Us page.


Wills and bequests

Thank you for considering Anglicare Tasmania as you prepare your will.

By leaving money or other assets by a bequest in your will, you will leave a legacy that supports the work of Anglicare Tasmania into the future. 

This can be done either as you draw up your will for the first time or by a simple process of amending your existing will. The wording required to make a bequest to Anglicare Tasmania is as follows:

'I bequeath ............... to Anglicare Tasmania Inc. to advance their work and declare that the signature of the Chief Executive Officer shall be an absolute discharge to my Executors and/or Trustees.'

When drawing up or amending your will, it is recommended that you seek professional legal advice.



A volunteer with her client

Many volunteers come together to help Anglicare, and we'd love for you to join us.


Some of the top reasons people volunteer at Anglicare are:

- Helping others

- Learning and developing new skills

- Skills for future employment

- To have fun.


Would you like to volunteer at Anglicare?

Contact us to discuss volunteer opportunities.


Police check

Anglicare is committed to safeguarding children and young people. All employees, including volunteers, must undergo a police check before they begin work with Anglicare to ensure they have no convictions that would affect their work. If you have any questions about volunteering or the recruitment process please contact us on: 1800 243 232 (Freecall) or by email: