SnagChat is City Mission’s Outreach trailer operating weekdays in and around the suburbs of Launceston. The friendly SnagChat team provides a free and friendly sausage sizzle and chat for individuals, children and families along with emergency relief food and advice on the many services available to those in need. SnagChat regularly operates in conjunction with the Northern Suburbs Community Centre, PCYC and other community organisations.
To keep up to date with trailer locations and activities follow us on Facebook @snagchat.
*Service is weather dependent.
NORTH WEST – Service not available at the moment.
Each week the Outreach team visits locations across the north west providing a free sausage sizzle for individuals and families. The service operates between 3pm – 5pm weekdays during school terms at locations including:
The Pirate Park (East Devonport)
Community House (Smithton)
Shorewell Park (Burnie)
For full times and details you can follow our events on Facebook at @Kommunity Kids Outreach Trailer.
*Service is weather dependent
Who this service is for
How this service is delivered
We'll come to you (outreach)
We visit disadvantaged areas in and around Launceston and the North West of Tasmania.
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