Lutheran Youth of Queensland (LYQ) is committed to introducing young people to the church and supporting them and their families to reach their God-given potential. At the same time as sharing God’s word, LYQ provides fun, friendly and family-oriented experiences for our members, including our Family and Holiday Camps and ministries and training.
And what better way to celebrate than with the annual LYQ Brisbane Appeal dinner!
The LLL was privileged to have sponsored the Brisbane Appeal Dinner in June, and it was a fantastic opportunity to bring people together during these uncertain times.
The dinner plays a critical role in LYQ’s annual fundraising, with contributions raised allowing LYQ to be able to share the word of God with more than 14,000 young lives every year through camps and ministries. As a sponsor of the event, the LLL was able to contribute to the future lives of Lutheran youth in the Queensland community, reaching out to young people and their families.
The LLL sent a team along to enjoy the evening, who said “the night was filled with fun and laughter, and a bit of heavily-contested bidding on the auction items. It’s wonderful to see the great work of LYQ coming together in a way that aims to foster the connection between our young people and our Lord and Saviour.”
Everyone loves a good auction, and it’s fantastic to see funds going towards such an important cause. The support from sponsors, including supporters such as the LLL and those who bid on auction items and attended the event, is critical to making the
Appeal Dinner a success, ensuring we can continue to provide our services going forward.
The LLL would like to congratulate LYQ for raising close to $65,000 to support their important ministry work with young people.
The LLL prides itself on providing savings accounts that are simple to operate, with a variable interest rate and no fees or charges. The LLL has a variety of savings accounts: personal and joint accounts; guardian accounts for children; and business accounts, including for self-managed super funds and not-for-profit organisations.
As an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI), the LLL is regulated under the Banking Act and by APRA.