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Team Australia 2024

We are sending the biggest cohort of Team Australia to Orlando! Any support to assist in reducing the costs for these athletes and their families is greatly appreciated.

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Help Bodhi Chan continue spreading the dharma

At Bodhi Chan Meditation Centre, we offer Dharma teachings and retreats completely free of charge. We encourage those who receive the Dharma to make a voluntary offering (dana) to support the continuation and spread of the teachings to others. Your donations go towards maintaining the centre, supporting the Sangha, and covering operational and building costs. Join us in spreading the teachings of the Dharma and supporting our community by making a donation today.

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QSAR Vetwork Fundraiser

QSAR is a full charity run by a passionate group of volunteers who try to rescue as many staffies as possible. As at writing, we have 84 dogs in care, including 4 permanent palliative fosters, and we are receiving on average 35 plus requests for surrenders a day as well as continued cries for assistance from pounds we work with across Qld and NSW. We have been seeing a lot of amazing rescues having to close their doors for intake right now, and it is a super tough environment to be a rescue. We are so pleased that we have been able to keep our doors open and keep saving dogs, but we are absolutely struggling. We have a small team of mighty volunteers who are out nearly every weekend at events trying to raise funds for us, but we need help, we can't do it alone. We need to raise $15,000 to clear a significant amount of bills to our vet teams. We need to pay our vet bills down so that we can continue to keep our doors open and keep welcoming dogs into care.

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Coronavirus fundraising Appeal ( Give2Asia)

Give2Asia is partnering with leading Chinese public health organizations to support frontline health workers and hospitals responding to the coronavirus crisis. Templestowe World of Learning is wanting to raise money to help those directly affected by the coronavirus by giving the funds to Give2Asia who will Have partnered for this campaign include the nonprofit Chinese Red Cross Foundation (CRCF) and Hubei Red Cross Foundation (CRCF). Both are highly respected non-governmental organizations that have been approved by Give2Asia’s Beijing-based evaluation team. (Note: Despite the similar name, CRCF is a different entity from the government-affiliated Red Cross Society of China.) Currently, CRCF and HRCF are using your donations to: Purchase relevant medical supplies (such as mask, protection suit, goggles), which are in short supply across China. Provide frontline workers with food, subsidies, and lodging costs, particularly those who have traveled into areas most affected.

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Angus Clouston Cambodia 2024

Mission: To create change and opportunity for the critically poor families of Siem Reap, Cambodia through the technical talents, values and generosity of the AITC community. In September 2024, AITC staff together with approximately 35 students from across our six schools, and skilled tradespeople of all backgrounds, will fly to Siem Reap in Cambodia to utilise their skills, passion and enthusiasm to support New Hope Cambodia – a not-for-profit that provides free education, healthcare, and community and crisis care support for preschool-aged children and youth in Siem Reap. The International Service Project (ISP) and the idea of giving back has long been part of the DNA for the AITC. We completed our first project with New Hope in 2013 and have undertaken three more projects since then.

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Supporting Pulteney Grammar School Performing Arts

Thank you for being part of our Mary Poppins audience, either in person or live-streaming online. We hope you enjoy the show! When Covid-19 restrictions forced us to initially cancel our musical, the production team promised students that 'Poppins' would be staged in some way if the opportunity became possible. We are thrilled to give over 60 students this creative outlet; both staff & students have collaborated to develop and refine our production, reinforcing that theatre & the Arts are a positive necessity in turbulent times. This year, we have made our tickets & online access free. However, if you might be in a position to donate the price of your ticket/s, your contribution will directly support the Performing Arts at Pulteney. We are currently fundraising for new theatre lights so that our Drama, Music & Dance students can continue to creatively engage with fantastic resources. We are very humbled and grateful for anything you might be able to contribute.

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Darwin DigniTea

DigniTea events consist of 12 different High Tea events, held across the month of May, in celebration and recognition of World Menstrual Hygiene Day (28th May). These events usually raise over $450,000 and bring together over 5000 women and men to have a fun, entertaining afternoon to make a difference for those doing it tough. With your generous donations we are able to continue our mission to end period poverty!

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Jackson Williams Cambodia 2024

Mission: To create change and opportunity for the critically poor families of Siem Reap, Cambodia through the technical talents, values and generosity of the AITC community. In September 2024, AITC staff together with approximately 35 students from across our six schools, and skilled tradespeople of all backgrounds, will fly to Siem Reap in Cambodia to utilise their skills, passion and enthusiasm to support New Hope Cambodia – a not-for-profit that provides free education, healthcare, and community and crisis care support for preschool-aged children and youth in Siem Reap. The International Service Project (ISP) and the idea of giving back has long been part of the DNA for the AITC. We completed our first project with New Hope in 2013 and have undertaken three more projects since then.

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Castlemaine Rotary Truck Convoy - 9.00am Sunday 29 Nov

For 32 years Castlemaine Rotary's annual Truck Show has raised valuable funds to support a wide range of welfare organisations and community projects. While the 2020 Truck Show is unable to continue in its usual format, the Rotary Club of Castlemaine is committed to paying tribute to the trucking industry that has kept the wheels turning during an extraordinary year. We invite members of the public to cheer the truckies on as they travel in convoy from Campbell's Creek through to Castlemaine on Sunday 29 November commencing at 9.00am. We also invite you to show your appreciation with a donation.



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