Toc H Vietnam Partnership: An exciting opportunity for Toc H members and supporters to help partner non-government organisations in their vital development work amongst poor and disadvantaged people in Vietnam.
Ekka Outing: An opportunity for sick and disadvantaged children to attend Brisbane’s annual show or ‘Ekka’.
League of Helpers Picnic In A Park: An opportunity for refugees and migrant women to ‘Come And Meet Each Other’, improve their English, and see some of our wonderful nature and parks.
Childhood Cancer Support Christmas Party and Camp: Members of Toc H’s Brisbane Branch help Childhood Cancer Support to run a Christmas party and Camp each year for children living with cancer, and their families
Coungeau House – Coungeau House, on Queensland’s beautiful Bribie Island, is available for use by disabled and other disadvantaged groups so that they can have an affordable holiday by the seaside.
The General Members Branch includes members that live in Brisbane, but also helps to keep alive the ‘Spirit of Toc H’ for members from NSW (e.g. Orange and Newcastle), Canberra, and places in Queensland such as Millmerran, Toowoomba, Maryborough, Rockhampton, Townsville, Pittsworth and Bundaberg. Each year, its members give a bursary and a Toc H plaque to a trainee nurse from the University of Queensland who has shown dedication to his or her studies and is a caring and compassionate person.
Bribie Island branch members support Coungeau house and conduct a number of activities for the elderly, including a fundraising concert, and partnership activities with other organisations such as the CWA and the RSL Women’s Auxiliary.