A letter to our Partners


We are certainly living in (dare I say it) unprecedented times. Since the Second World War, people have not heard such severe directives from their governments nor seen such restrictions on everyday life.

At this stage, the restrictions are still allowing many businesses to operate from home or in office situations where distancing can occur.

At Steer Incorporated, we are having to operate from home as the World Vision building has closed and we are not allowed to enter unless there is an emergency situation with our equipment.

I just wanted to take this opportunity to reassure all of our Steer Partners that we are continuing to operate and will do so to make sure we fulfill our mission to financially support the Great Commission around the world.

Please be assured, for those with Steer31 accounts, that our investments continue to bring a return and because of our conservative investment policies that we expect little to change in the foreseeable future.

For those who use us for their Trust distributions, it is still a great way to bring flexibility to your Mission giving and we continue to distribute your funds.

Crops and stock continue to be grown and sold to be used for the spreading of God’s love through Missions across the Globe.

In saying all this, through these uncertain times, Steer Incorporated will continue to support the Christian community in the same way since 1961.

Whilst it may take us a little longer to do some things because we are working from our homes, they will be done.

Our office phone is unattended so please us our email for communication steer@steer.org.au or call me on 0417 855 604.

And remember through all of this, GOD IS STILL ON THE THRONE!!!

Many Blessings to all of you.

Garth Grant,
National Director


Steer Incorporated
Steer Incorporated

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