Simpson Barracks Community Centre
The Simpson Barracks Community Centre (SBCC) was established in 1992 with the goal to ensure all members of the local Defence community has access to information and assistance. The Simpson Barracks Community Centre provides information, programs and functions for Defence families posted to Simpson Barracks, Vic Barracks and bases in the Greater Melbourne area including Melbourne University Regiment (MUR) Recruiting, Ringwood, Oakleigh and Broadmedows We provide a diverse range of social groups and activities, for both adults and children, offering groups and programs, on Base and in the local community. We also administer and encourage use of our very active on line community. Our quarterly newsletter, the Simpsons Voice, ensures we connect with as many families as possible. The Simpson Barracks Community Centre has an in house support referral service offered by our friendly and engaging coordinator who is well connected with the Defence and local community.
GeneEthics for GM-free
GeneEthics works for safer, more equitable and more sustainable GM-free foods, farms and communities.
Dads4kids Courageous Fathering Appeal
As the Courageous Fathering course is rolled out Dads4Kids is seeking funding to expand the reach to connect with the dads of Australia encouraging positive fathering and safe homes. Dads4Kids aims to reach the fathers of Australia using the media and father's day ads. social media positive message posts, fathering courses like the good2GREAT and Courageous. Currently Dads4Kids are seeking funding to extend in to the prison system providing a vision of positive fathering to the many dads that are doing time. It is time for the dads of Australia to be COURAGEOUS!
Mother Tongue is a sculpture park of exotic forms created from the dances, rhythms and languages of Torres Strait Islands, South India, West Africa, Indonesia and Pacifica with Flamenco, Contemporary body percussion and live music. Australia’s passion for rich multi-cultures is expressed eloquently in Mother Tongue. This seminal work will play an important part in shaping our national identity. The urgent conversation about our need to connect and protect all lifeforms: is at its heart. This work accurately reflects our society, and it asks the audience to share a vision of themselves, as Australians in a rapidly changing world. We have received support for the project since 2008 from Create NSW, Australia Council, Ausdance NSW, Critical Path and Bundanon Trust to name a few. And even though we anticipate a strong box office we want to make sure that everyone can afford to see this ambitious debut production. This takes the additional help through your gifts small and large.
A Major Lift
A Major Lift is CIMF's donor circle created to support the commissioning of bold new music to be premiered at the Festival. Joining a Major Lift will give you the opportunity to contribute to the creation of new music and join a community of donors who champion composers to grow the the Australian art music repertoire. Be A Major Lifter ($500 minimum) and support Australian composers. For more information go to our website: www.cimf.org.au
Honorary or Memorial Donation to Meow Rescue Inc
Donate in honor of or in memory of your favorite people and pets. Tribute gifts are a wonderful way to honor or memorialize a cherished pet or loved one, commemorate a special occasion and directly support cats at Meow Rescue . At your request, we can send You a certificate thanking you for your Donation with the name of the person or pet you are honoring. Your donation will save the lives of stray, abandoned, orphaned and injured cats and kittens in our community. All donations over $2 are tax deductible. Thank you for supporting Meow Rescue
Velofit Australia 2020
Donations and contributions in reciprocation for organised cycling events with 100% proceeds placed in an account to assist riders and staff in their 2020 racing opportunities.
ABILITY TO RIDE
Amputees NSW is all about opportunity to create physical and socially inclusive activities that benefit those living with amputation and limb loss. ABILITY TO RIDE is the vision of amputee and mountain bike instructor Roger Withers (PMBI Certified). Roger realised through his own experience that amputees could find both physical and mental health benefits from returning to bike riding. Many amputees however no longer have the capacity to sustain the energy requirements to enjoy outdoor biking as able bodied riders might. These riders needed a bike that can make up for the loss but still provide the rider with all the joy of biking. Enter the world of E-Bikes and ABILITY TO RIDE. Help us remove the barriers to rediscovering the joy biking through ABILITY TO RIDE.
Mandurah Camilla Breast Cancer Fundraiser in memory of Tania
Hello beautiful ladies, as many of you may be aware our beautiful Tania Ward has sadly become a real-life Camilla Angel during the last few weeks. 💓 We thought it would be wonderful to celebrate her amazing life and her endless love of Camilla with a little get together in Mandurah...but also we wanted this event to be a fundraiser with proceeds going to Tania's chosen Breast Cancer charity. However, we are aware that some of you are unable to attend this event on Sunday, July 18th BUT would still like to make a kind donation! We want to remember a very gorgeous and glamorous lady....who loved life, her family and friends AND Camilla💗