Thank You Event for PCS Staff (from PCS Families)
PCS staff have worked so hard to provide learning continuity for our students, as well as a whole range of new support structures, all in a very short time period. Many families want to say 'thank you': this link lets you contribute financially to a thank you event for staff (either a lunch or morning tea). We can't give a firm date - it may occur this Term (if most staff can be present), but it's likely to be delayed until social distancing restrictions are lifted. Regardless, we will let staff know a thank you event is on its way, to be held when it can be best enjoyed - this will give them the knowledge that we appreciate them, even if the event is later. Payments will go to the PCS bank account (funds will be held there until needed). The nature of the event will be determined by contributions received. Additional funds (above catering costs) will be used for gifts and/or other ways to bless staff. Any questions, contact Michelle Grice (0412 701 147) or Tina Prince (0410 320 813)
Support a ROTARY CLUB FOOD PROJECT feeding thousands
Rotarians across District 9370, North West University, CFAM (Centre for Advanced Manufacturing), and Potch-Tlokwe Business Chamber in South Africa invented a cost efficient feeding scheme (FOOD ATM) just after the country was locked down due to the COVID crisis. A nutritious pre-cooked porridge was quickly developed (just add 200 ml of water to 50 grams of porridge) at a cost of 10 Australian cents ! The meal and consists of maize, skimmed milk, sugar, salt, vitamins and minerals and has a shelf life of between 3 to 6 months. Your donation can make a huge difference to the vulnerable children and adults in our many communities throughout South Africa. References : 1. www.cfaminternational.com 2 . https://potch-tlokwe.co.za 3. https://web.facebook.com/PotchSakekamer/ 4. Facebook - Rotary E-Club of South Africa One (District 9370) We thank you for your support and all funds are controlled by the Treasurer and Rotary Club of South Africa One's Board Members.
Benefactor Program | Friend of the Greek Centre
The Antipodes Centre for Greek Culture, Heritage & Language Cultural Fund (The Fund) is a tax-deductible fund fund listed on the Australian Government's Register of Cultural Organisations. All proceeds raised by the fund are applied to the Cultural Activity program that is both produced and presented by the Greek Community of Melbourne. They also help realise and sustain the maintenance and development of our unique cultural practices. By donating to The Fund, you join an exclusive program supported by Hellenes and Philhennes alike and sees you enter the Greek Community's Benefactor Program. Friend of the Greek Centre $2 - $499 Dedicated Newsletter | GCM badge For more benefits and levels of entry of Greek Community Benefactor Program please visit: www.greekcommunity.com.au/gocmv_public/index.php/en/donate
Headspace National Youth Foundation Fundraiser
Hello and thankyou for taking an interest in this worthy cause. My name is Jayme Louise and I am a national finalist for Miss Teen Diamond International and throughout my journey I have chosen Headspace as my charity to raise money and awareness towards. I will be selling raffle tickets at the following prices: 1 ticket for $2 5 tickets for $8 10 tickets for $15 Once you have donated I will write your details onto a raffle ticket and put it into the draw to win the grand prize. $100 worth of instant scatch its! Please feel free to buy as many as you like. The more ticket you buy the higher the probability of winning. Thankyou again for your support and goodluck!
North Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Like most arts organisations, the cost of presenting high-quality concerts is greater than the revenue from ticket sales. This means we are dependent on the generosity of our members, patrons and sponsors for our continued operation. If you would like to donate to the orchestra to help us meet our running costs, you can do so here.
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.
International Mud Day
One again Bold Park Community School is celebrating International Mud Day and raising funds for the Panchkhal Orphanage in Nepal. Did you know? $1 provides 3 bars of Soap $5 provides 5 Hand Sanitisers $15 provides 1250 Masks which is 25 per person $25 provides Food Supply for one person $65 provides the staffing costs for Hygiene Awareness $100 provides travel and delivery costs These donation amounts will allow the purchase of much-needed items for the children at the Orphanage. We ask you consider making a donation equal to the amount of one of these items or just donate what you are able to. Another option is to head on over to our Sustainable Items for Mud Day page and purchase one of the amazing creations from the students at Bold Park Community School. https://www.trybooking.com/BKEKC Or maybe you are just that generous that you want to do both! To read more about the history of International Mud Day visit https://www.boldpark.com/outreach/international-mud-day
Covid Community Care Drive - Headspace Ballarat
We are asking Year 12 students and Grammar boarders to donate to Headspace Ballarat, who offer practical mental health support and education to young people in the wider Ballarat community. COVID-19 has reinforced the need for all of us to look after ourselves and reach out to others around us for help. The need for robust youth mental health services and support has never been greater as we confront the realities of isolation together. In place of asking you to bring in a charity item to school, we ask that you help us by making a monetary donation which we will then donate to Headspace Ballarat to assist them keep young people healthy and safe during this time. Thank you for your contribution… and don’t forget to stay connected and in touch with friends during this lockdown phase. Keep an eye on your mates.
MAYbe the month of May is going to be full of awesome accomplishments or MAYbe some jobs will get done or MAYbe some people will colour their hair or end up with no hair at all. JJ families and friends are nominating something they will do for all month and looking for sponsors. Sponsorship can be per day, per achievement or a one-off donation. To see some of the things being attempted visit FACEBOOK FLICKR To help JJ McMahon raise $4K to pay for new laptops for the teachers, please donate below. Pre-set amounts for $1 / day ($31) and $2 / day ($62) below. All donations appreciated. Please enter the name of the person you are sponsoring in the payment description, as there are prizes for those challenging themselves in the name of JJ McMahon! All enquiries to email@example.com