HopeBox is a social enterprise based in Hanoi, supporting women who have experienced gender based violence. Vietnam ranks 77th out of 149 countries in progress to gender equality. Gender-based violence is viewed as an accepted part of family life in Vietnam. HopeBox hires women who have been victims of gender-based violence and provides accommodation, employment and skills training so they can be financially independent in the future. Therapeutic baking with a paid salary and accommodation supports the women and their children. The training HopeBox provides takes the women on a journey to employability and entrepreneurship, equipping them with transferrable skills for the working world. This fundraiser has been established to support HopeBox to overcome the challenging COVID-19 lockdowns in Vietnam. With lockdowns now in place for several weeks, demand for HopeBox products has substantially reduced. Find out more about HopeBox here: https://hopeboxvn.com/
Days for Girls Rwanda - Musanze
Help support the establishment of a Days for Girls enterprise in Musanze Rwanda. We currently have a team leader and 2 sewers working to manufacture kits for distribution through schools in the Musanze area. All contributions go directly to the enterprise and are used for the purchase of materials and paying the sewers. The aim is to create a business that can support itself and employ local people.
Donate to TarraWarra Museum of Art
Your donation will help TarraWarra Museum of Art maintain its role as a vibrant and essential community asset. Any contribution will support the development and delivery of our program of exhibitions, public events, and creative learning outcomes. Thank you for your contribution! Donations over $2.00 made to TarraWarra Museum of Art Inc. are eligible for a tax deduction. TarraWarra Museum of Art Inc. is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) from 01 July 2000 and registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) from 3 December 2012.
HELP US HELP THE ANIMALS - Crush and Panels drive
One of the most important things in caring for animals is being able to help them medically. Right now, as we speak, we have animals that need attention. Working on, and providing vet care, to the larger, heavier animals is difficult and hazardous? Furever Farm has cared for hundreds of animals over the last 5 years and continues to care for many. Our pigs, cows and horses are so important to us and we need you to help us help them. We are needing to secure a "crush" and many "cattle panels". Both terrible named items but their use and importance is undoubted. A crush is needed so we can manoeuvre the larger animals into a safe space where they can be secured with minimal ability to move. Panels are needed to usher the animals into the crush AND for future small yards. This is so vet work, maintenance and care can be carried out as quickly as possible and safely, both for the animal and the people working with them. Can you help us achieve our goal and obtain these important items?
Mem's Soul Food TV Series
Over the past twelve years Mem and her family have been developing and working on a vision through food, cooking and culture, to include girls and women to grow through adversity. From the Mem's Soul Food Girls Program to the Rainbow Warriors Women In Business groups, both programs have achieved Clubs NSW Highly Commended Awards for the contribution to our local communities. Along the way Mem has filmed each program as seen on Foxtel, Channel 9 and now acquisitioned to SBS Food Channel network. It has been an incredible journey and it has now become time for Mem to create this twelve year development into reality through her own Mem's Media Productions company. SBS has requested a full series made up of eight episodes, but SBS will only purchase the production at the end of completion. SBS has offered to look after ongoing international distribution through their contacts in London. Mem needs at least $10,000 to produce each episode - so we are aiming to raise $80,000.
Music for Canberra 2020 Tax Appeal
Music For Canberra is a not-for-profit organisation, developing the next generation of musicians and ensuring that music-making continues in Canberra. Like many arts organisation in Australia, Music for Canberra has been hit significantly hard by the Covid-19 crisis that has affected the entire world. Your support will allow our programs to continue and help tuition fees remain affordable for all members. Once government restrictions ease, your donations will also allow us to present free concerts to the community and surrounding areas. Any donation, no matter how big or small, will help us continue to provide access to high quality, inspiring, innovative and diverse musical experiences for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities,
ANPS P&C BUILDING FUND
The P&C is excited to share that we have established the ANPS P&C Association Building Fund. This Fund will be used, in partnership with the School, to bring future projects to fruition. There are ATO rules that govern what the Fund can be used for, which includes for buildings that are permanent structures (and the maintenance of buildings) and fixtures that are unable to be detached such as air-conditioning, solar systems or fixed electronic whiteboards (to name a few). All decisions about the use of funding from the Fund are made by the P&C under the governance of a dedicated Building Fund committee, which includes Sam the school Principal, the P&C President, and 3 other parents from ANPS. Parents and friends can assist our School through the Building Fund which has Deductible Gift Recipient status from the Australian Tax Office. Helpfully this means all donations to the Fund of $2 or more are tax-deductible. Please note we pay a 1% TryBooking fee from each donation.
Liberal Pride EOFY Tax Time Donation Drive
FY21 Tax Year is rapidly coming to a conclusion. Liberal Victoria faces 2 Elections in the next 18 months! Every Single Dollar will count: To beat the Andrews Government! Return the Morrison Government. Your donation will be attributed to you. Victorian State Donation Rules: Limit of $1000 per Financial Year. Tax deductions up to $1500 per person. You should consult your accountant. More Info: https://www.ato.gov.au/non-profit/gifts-and-fundraising/in-detail/fundraising/claimin
Fremantle Biennale Benefactor
Supporters and Donors The Fremantle Biennale is a not for profit charity, run entirely on grants and donations. We are enormously grateful to all the partners who help us realise the ambitious Biennale program through their generous support. In 2019 the Biennale attracted around 27,000 visitors spending more than $1.8 million in Fremantle over three weekends. It’s an exciting and important event in WA’s cultural calendar, and partnerships such as those listed below, help ensure the Biennale remains part of our city for many years to come. If you would like to support the Fremantle Biennale through our community fundraising campaign, Love Bien, please visit: https://www.trybooking.com/au/donate/lovebien