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Parntership Events

Are you passionate about international mission and the work of MWB?

We are looking to connect like-minded people who are passionate about seeing change in the world – especially in Eastern Europe. We are excited to build this community of Christians who are passionate about the mission so that we can work together to find new ways to reach people for Christ. 

If this sounds like you please follow us on Facebook or reach out to our team to keep in the loop of our upcoming parntership events


Everyday thousands of Organisations are bringing humanitarian aid to those in need all over the globe, but what sets us apart is our Kingdom focus – showing God’s love in a way that is tangible for those who cannot help themselves.

Please join us at our Sydney office for fellowship, morning tea and prayer as we concern our hearts with the issues that people are facing in Eastern Europe. We gather on the first friday of the month from 10 am.

More than just a bowl of soup!
Whether it is at home or church, hosting a soup night is a simple but fun way to share about the ministry of MWB and help support our Soup Kitchen program! We can provide you with invitations, posters, delicious soup recipes that are popular in Eastern Europe and even a video of a Soup Kitchen in action. 

All you need to do is contact our office to receive your free Soup Without Borders fundraiser pack.


Become one of our church partners and see the difference we can make as one church family.  We have lots of resources that can be used in your church to help people connect with what God is doing among the most vulnerable in Eastern Europe. Get in touch and we'll be able to supply everything you need.  We can even send one of our fantastic staff team or volunteer speakers.



Raise money for MWB and have fun at the same time. Get in touch to find out more or share your idea. We'll give you all the help you need to make it happen! Your creative ideas and hard work makes all the difference to people living in poverty in Eastern Europe – every penny counts.