Auckland City Mission was established in 1920 by Anglican Reverend Jasper Calder. The services the Mission provides have changed over time to reflect the city’s evolving social needs. Today, people come to the Mission for many different reasons; some are rough sleepers or people living in cars and inappropriate housing.
Others are battling addictions, living with mental health issues, or struggling to feed their families over a period of unexpected crisis. Some are isolated elderly. The Mission has been here to support Aucklanders in need for 100 years and we will continue to stand with those people as we move into our next century.
Clothing and financial assistance provided.
Demolition begins of Hobson & Federal Street buildings Community Centre ‘Haeata’ opens at the Mission’s temporary home in Union Street.
*the Mission no longer provides these services as other agencies have taken on those responsibilities.