Charities & Not for Profit

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Providing Community Breakfasts every Tuesday morning and Lunches every Thursday. Food parcels available at these times or by arrangement. Supporting the local community and surrounds. All volunteered based. Please call Annette Thomas on 0499 057 398 to enquire about assistance or to arrange a donation Located at the Uniting Church, corner of Cen...
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Annette Thomas
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The iDareU name may be new, but the passion and drive to create it goes back a long way. iDareU is the brainchild of international author, public speaker, carer and dedicated mum of a child with Down syndrome, Sue Dymond. She has been passionate about creating an online and offline resource system that empowers and educates those with a disabili...
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Sue Dymond
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impact is a completely volunteer charity committed to making a difference to Victorian women and children fleeing extreme violence at home. Because impact has no paid staff or premises, with only incorporated fees and public liability insurance as its main costs, well more than 98 cents in every dollar donated is directed to fulfilling impact’s ...
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Kathy Kaplan
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To help build a better world – making friends and having fun in the process
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John R Wall
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When I was 4 years old I lost my mum to breast cancer. As a 30 year old I was considered to be high risk. In 2008 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. In 2010 I found Pink Hope, a charity started by Krystal Barter who has a strong family history and who carries the mutated BRCA 1 gene. Pink Hope provides on line support to women and their familie...
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Jane Synnot
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OUR VISION Bright Eyes partners with established organisations across the world who are dedicated to the rescuing of children enslaved in the sex trafficking industry. OUR MISSION To be strategic partners in the provision of aftercare for children who are the victims of Child Trafficking or the Sex Trade. Creating channels of support through not...
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Karen Wren
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Women’s Property Initiatives provides new beginnings for women facing homelessness by providing affordable, long-term homes. We believe every human being has the right to a safe and secure home and that women face the greatest disadvantage in their ability to afford one. We house more than 200 women and children around Melbourne, enabling them t...
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Sally Martin
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