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Mission to Seafarers

Contact

Name: Andrea Fleming

Position: Chief Executive Officer

Email: andrea@missiontoseafarers.com.au

Address

717 Flinders St

Docklands

Melbourne 3008

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Our Mission / Objective

To be a preeminent maritime centre responding to the unique circumstances of the seafaring community and exemplary place of maritime heritage that encourages community, connectivity and social engagement at all levels.

Our Services

The Mission to Seafarers in Melbourne operates daily from 10am - 10pm providing a range of services for some 60,000 merchant seafarers who visit the port of Melbourne annually. As an island nation Australia relies on seafarers and seafarers rely on the Mission to Seafarers when their ship is in port.





As custodians of a significant heritage building and heritage collection of State and National significance, the Mission to Seafarers has developed a scope of work to conserve and make available for public access the collection for research and education.

Our Beneficiaries

Seafarers

The people of Victoria

Projects in Progress

717 Flinders Street, Building Restoration & Development Project



The Mission to Seafarers Victoria (MtSV) has operated from the now heritage listed building complex at 717 Flinders Street, Docklands since 1917. The building is listed on the Victorian Heritage Registry (VHR No: H1496) and is renowned for its outstanding architectural, aesthetic, social and historical significance as well as its perpetual service to the seafaring community. The MtSV will launch a Capital Building Fund on 14th November 2016 to raise funds to restore and conserve the building for its future.

Our People

CEO

Andrea Fleming,

Leadership Team

Hilary Harris, Project Manager



Craig Baru, Operations Manager



Walter Dewe, Chair Building Project Committee



Leigh Mackay, Chair Heritage and Arts Committee



Names of Board Members

Chairman Neil Edwards



Vice Chair Nigel Porteous



Clerk in Holy Orders Bishop Jeremy Ashton



Clerk in Holy Orders Reverend Ken Rogers



Treasurer Ian Scott



Public Officer Tony Correll



Member Walter Dewe



Member Leigh Mackay



Member Max Hall



Member Alan Knot



Ex-Officio Member Andrea Fleming



Ex-Officio Member Rv’d Onofre Punnay







Number of Employees

5

Number of Volunteers

32

Registration Information

ABN

69 302 106 434

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

A Bequest or Legacy is a gift left in your Will. The Mission to Seafarers is one of Australia's oldest charitable institutions dating back to 1857. A public appeal regarding the exploitation of seafarers, reflects poorly on the shipping industry, therefore raising funds is difficult. Please consider leaving a bequest to ensure the sustainable future of this charitable work supporting the seafaring community, and the preservation of the significant history of the organisation.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

The Mission to Seafarers relies on Volunteers.
Club Hosts
Ship Visitors
Drivers
Heritage and Arts team
Fundraising

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

To be a preeminent maritime centre responding to the unique circumstances of the seafaring community and exemplary place of maritime heritage that encourages community, connectivity and social engagement at all levels.

Our Services

The Mission to Seafarers in Melbourne operates daily from 10am - 10pm providing a range of services for some 60,000 merchant seafarers who visit the port of Melbourne annually. As an island nation Australia relies on seafarers and seafarers rely on the Mission to Seafarers when their ship is in port.





As custodians of a significant heritage building and heritage collection of State and National significance, the Mission to Seafarers has developed a scope of work to conserve and make available for public access the collection for research and education.

Our Beneficiaries

Seafarers

The people of Victoria

Projects in Progress

717 Flinders Street, Building Restoration & Development Project



The Mission to Seafarers Victoria (MtSV) has operated from the now heritage listed building complex at 717 Flinders Street, Docklands since 1917. The building is listed on the Victorian Heritage Registry (VHR No: H1496) and is renowned for its outstanding architectural, aesthetic, social and historical significance as well as its perpetual service to the seafaring community. The MtSV will launch a Capital Building Fund on 14th November 2016 to raise funds to restore and conserve the building for its future.

Our People

CEO

Andrea Fleming,

Leadership Team

Hilary Harris, Project Manager



Craig Baru, Operations Manager



Walter Dewe, Chair Building Project Committee



Leigh Mackay, Chair Heritage and Arts Committee



Names of Board Members

Chairman Neil Edwards



Vice Chair Nigel Porteous



Clerk in Holy Orders Bishop Jeremy Ashton



Clerk in Holy Orders Reverend Ken Rogers



Treasurer Ian Scott



Public Officer Tony Correll



Member Walter Dewe



Member Leigh Mackay



Member Max Hall



Member Alan Knot



Ex-Officio Member Andrea Fleming



Ex-Officio Member Rv’d Onofre Punnay







Number of Employees

5

Number of Volunteers

32

Registration Information

ABN

69 302 106 434

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

A Bequest or Legacy is a gift left in your Will. The Mission to Seafarers is one of Australia's oldest charitable institutions dating back to 1857. A public appeal regarding the exploitation of seafarers, reflects poorly on the shipping industry, therefore raising funds is difficult. Please consider leaving a bequest to ensure the sustainable future of this charitable work supporting the seafaring community, and the preservation of the significant history of the organisation.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

The Mission to Seafarers relies on Volunteers.
Club Hosts
Ship Visitors
Drivers
Heritage and Arts team
Fundraising

Our Annual Reports

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