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Djirra
Support Djirra as we stand firm against family violence.
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Dogs' Refuge Home (WA) Inc
The Dogs' Refuge Home is based in Shenton Park and is dedicated to the rescue, care and re-homing of lost, abandoned and surrendered dogs.
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RISE (Refugees, Survivors and Ex-Detainees)
RISE: Refugees, Survivors and Ex-detainees is the first welfare and advocacy organisation governed entirely by refugees, asylum seekers and ex-detainees in Australia. We advocate on behalf of our mem
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Just Like Jack Incorporated
Jack and his support team will complete a marathon 6 days in a row from Georgetown to Hobart before tackling the toughest half marathon in the world, Point to Pinnacle.
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Wombat Housing Support Services
Supporting young people, families and singles experiencing homelessness
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Sunrise Children's Association
SCAI works to prevent trafficking and unnecessary separation of children from families, to reunite displaced children with their families, and provide children with a nurturing homes free from poverty
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Wombat Rescue
Raye will be released soon and the best possible way to slowly integrate her back into the wild is a soft release pen to acclimatise first to ensure the least amount of stress for her.
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Centre for Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Detainees (CARAD)
Help CARAD ensure that people seeking asylum have access to a safe place to call home.
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Geelong Christian Media Inc.
96three FM is a non profit communty based Christian broadcaster, with programing that offers hope and encouragement to our listeners. Supp...
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Friends of Mallacoota
Dedicated to protecting the environment of East Gippsland.
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Ride for Regrowth
Raising funds to help re-green Mallacoota and District We are three friends and former work colleagues and we're cycling from Melbourne to Mallacoota in Far East Gippsland. It’s a trip of more than 900km in under three weeks, and the longest bicycle ride any of us has ever undertaken. Starting on Monday 8 November from Melbourne on country traditionally owned by the Bunurong people of the Mayone Bulluk clan, our Ride for Regrowth will wind along ‘the trails less travelled’, taking in Phillip Island and Cape Paterson via sections of the Bass Coast and Great Southern Rail Trails, then onto Gunaikurnai country and the coastal towns of Port Albert, Woodside Beach and Seaspray; and inland to Glengarry and Stratford along the Gippsland Plains Rail Trail. Turning back to the coast, we’ll load the bikes onto a water taxi from Loch Sport to Paynesville; then ride inland again to Orbost on the East Gippsland Rail Trail; with our final leg taking in Bidewell, Yuin, Gunnaikurnai and Monero (Ngarigo) nations country, following back tracks and trails through state forest and Croajingolong National Park from Marlo to Mallacoota. As well as experiencing the beauty of Gippsland’s wilderness coast, we’re partnering with the Friends of Mallacoota to raise money to help regrow and plant local vegetation lost during the devastating 2019 New Years’ Eve bushfire. We invite our friends, family, and those who, like us, have experienced the wild beauty of Far East Gippsland to donate to Ride for Regrowth and help restore the region’s unique habitats after the Black Summer bushfire. Donations to Ride for Regrowth will enable the Friends of Mallacoota to equip, manage and maintain their new community plant nursery, including buying vital equipment such as water tanks, sprinkler systems, and nursery materials. Money raised will also enable the Friends group to establish a landscaped native garden in Mallacoota featuring endemic, rare and endangered plant species found only in the Mallacoota district. The Endemic Garden will be a space for reflection, education and conservation ensuring that seeds and cuttings are always available and species are protected from future large-scale landscape fires. Please support the Friends' wonderful work by donating to our ride and sharing this page with family and friends https://www.givenow.com.au/crowdraiser/public/rideforregrowth. We would also love you to be part of our adventure via Facebook or Instagram   Rob, Robbie and Dave Email: rideforregrowth@gmail.com Facebook: Ridefor Regrowth Instagram: ride.for.regrowth   The Ride for Regrowth riders acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we are riding and visiting. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present, and emerging, and the Aboriginal Elders of other communities who may be on this country. Please note that we’ve made every effort to ensure that we’ve correctly identified the traditional owners of the country we will be visiting. Let us know if you see any mistakes or omissions via email, and we’ll correct it.
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Save-A-Dog Scheme
This appeal supports the ongoing work of Save-A-Dog Scheme to save dogs and find them permanent homes. We are a coal-face organisation that...
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Aboriginal Literacy Foundation
The Aboriginal Literacy Foundation seeks to transform the lives of Indigenous children by focusing on literacy and numeracy education.
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Minus18
Minus18 is Australia’s charity improving the lives of LGBTQIA+ youth via life-affirming events, leadership programs, and education for the whole community.
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Trillion Trees Australia
Trillion Trees Australia is not-for-profit and community driven. Since 1979 we have been bringing people together to plant trees, reconnect with nature and foster an appreciation for trees.