The Moulin Beige
Beloved Audience, we think it is super important for you all to stay at home right now but we need you to keep your spirits up. For this reason, we have launched The Moulin Beige Comedy Channel on You Tube so you can share big laughs and enjoy highlights from some of our most recent shows. Any donations will go towards paying out editor and towards publicising the Channel to keep the night alive.
The Compassionate Friends Qld Donations
The Compassionate Friends supports and cares for people following the death of their child. Ultimately we wish we could prevent death from occurring…then we would still have our beloved children with us, but sadly we can’t. Please consider making a donation and help support our organisation so we may continue to care and support the many families who face the most devastating loss of all…… the loss of a child. Examples of how your donation can help : - Purchase of library books and other grief related resources. - Producing and printing our quarterly TCF Queensland Magazine - Printing information brochures on grief - Awareness raising activities in the community - Conducting an annual seminar on Grief and Bereavement - Holding candlelight services - Establishing support groups in regional and metropolitan areas of Queensland
Jesuit Communications - publisher of pray.com.au
Pray.com.au is a free daily prayer service, providing you with reflections on the day’s Gospel readings as well as other articles exploring people’s experiences of God. Each day we bring you reflections on the Gospel readings to help you connect with God in your life, while our blog is updated weekly. Our service is supported by Madonna magazine, and the Australian Jesuits. You can help keep this service going by making a donation. If you would like to make a regular donation simply select this option above and your regular donation will be processed automatically. You can also access more great spiritual writing in a format that’s easy to carry around with you, by subscribing to Madonna magazine (www.madonnamagazine.com.au)
Regional Contemporary Dance Exchange - Carl Scibberas
The Illawarra's first, Regional Contemporary Dance Exchange is a program for local South Coast dancers, 15 years and over, to work with leading contemporary artists and choreographers right here in the Illawarra over a period of 44 consecutive weekends. ⠀⠀ Our vision for the RCDE is to create both an affordable and inclusive initiative where aspiring young dancers have the opportunity to train with and be inspired by leading and current Australian choreographers as they are exposed to the wide range of contemporary dance styles. Guest choreographers will be rotated to avoid duplication of styles and maximise diversity for participants. ⠀⠀ Class numbers will be capped to ensure optimal results for all participants. ⠀⠀
Support an Artist
Donations for Support an Artist are $1000 and above for Australian artists and $2000 and above for international artists Exceptional artists are the life force of our Festival. With your support, leading interpreters of classical repertoire are brought together with innovative contemporary artists to give the Festival its collaborative spark. Choose your favourite artist in the program and help bring them to CIMF for everyone to enjoy. Your donation will assist with the artist’s fees, travel and accommodation expenses. For more information head to our website: www.cimf.org.au
Variety - The Children's Charity
Brent Fowler is taking part in Variety 4WD Adventure 2020 The Variety 4WD Adventure is a week-long trip that takes 4WDers of all abilities off the bitumen and onto bush tracks, sand dunes, fire trails and dirt roads. As well as venturing to remote locations and tackling challenging tracks, the team visit kids in need along the way to provide grants and equipment. We are committed to raising $4000 for Variety. We would appreciate anything you can give
Purple Day Walk -22 October 2020
This year, the year 6 students will not be doing the Relay for Life because they it has been cancelled. Normally the students would have organized Purple Day to raise funds for the St Paul’s Team. Normally, the year 6 students would be organizing their tents and walking groups, ready to take part in the Relay for Life at Tyers. We have raised more than $5000 for the Cancer Council every year for the past 10 years and that is a huge commitment. With the constant worry of COVID 19, “normal” illnesses, like cancer have been overshadowed and the fund raising has been more difficult. ALL FUNDS RAISED WILL BE DONATED TO THE CANCER COUNCIL - RELAY FOR LIFE.
Female Convicts Research Centre
The FCRC is a non-profit organisation, and a registered charity, run entirely by volunteers. We receive no funding and value the support received through donations, which enables us to continue our work.. Over 13,000 convict women were transported to Van Diemen's Land from 1803 to 1853. The FCRC maintains a database with details of every female convict - an impressive resource! Our researchers and transcribers are local, interstate and overseas. They research various aspects of a convict woman’s life, from birth to crime and transportation and then from life under sentence to life after sentence, including marriages, children, relocations and death. Membership and Guest Research status is free, giving access to a wealth of information on the website and in the datase of convicts.
SIMNI - Educate to Lead Projects - Bursaries and Resources
Would you like to assist SIMNI via donations of time or money to enhance our educate to lead projects. Our SIMNI projects include education bursaries, health and wellness expos, public forums and a range of resources that are available for others to access and utilise. International Moreton North Inc, known as SIMNI is a local volunteer organisation for women who use their collective skills, resources and time to educate, enable and empower women, girls and young people to achieve their dreams. With over 75000 members in 122 countries we work together in a spirit of peace and unity to advance the status of women and human rights for all. We work in partnership with elected representatives, local businesses, community organisations and individuals to assist people to access services, advocate for improvements where there are identified gaps and most importantly we strive to nurture a safe and inclusive community for all, especially children and young people. Thank you.