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You could volunteer to help reintegrate elephants back into their natural environment on your next holiday to Thailand.

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Are you looking for a little more heart and soul from your next holiday?

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About 1 year ago
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Getting girls back to school in Vanuatu.

Help level the field for schoolgirls in Vanuatu

 

In the first of our Aussie Charities Abroad series, we look at a CARE Australia crowdfunding campaign getting menstruating...

Vanuatu Support a Cause Kindness
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About 1 year ago
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I’m constantly humbled by the kindness and courage of so-called “ordinary” people as they tackle the many challenges that life delivers, yet still work toward a better future.

Let's show up for our shared future!

What future are you showing up for? Does it represent what you really want?

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About 1 year ago
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The author believes the merger of many charities would be in the best interests of the needy.

Why do charities exist?

Should charities exist for the communities they serve and act accordingly, no matter the ramifications? I say yes!

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Over 1 year ago
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Malay weddings are one of the most culturally rich and well-preserved traditions in the world.

Malay event highlights how much WA has changed

From the standard sea of white faces in the 1960s, Western Australia has blossomed into a culturally diverse state where...

Western Australia Kindness Community Relationships
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Over 1 year ago
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Comedian Janelle Koenig is quiz master for the night.

Big laughs and trivia at feelgood food drive

Winter is looming and Foodbank WA will have plenty of cold, hungry bellies to feed.

Western Australia Social Issues Support a Cause Food
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Over 1 year ago
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Is something wiser and kinder emerging from the flames of Christianity? Picture: iStock.

Where to now for Christianity?

The status of Christianity as it was for centuries is dwindling. Can simple kindness fill the void?

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Over 1 year ago
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Some of the incredible volunteers at Foodbank WA.

Foodbank fills more hungry bellies from new centre

With unemployment and hunger reaching crisis point in Australia, the demand for Foodbank's services has never been stronger.

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Over 1 year ago
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Let your inner light shine bright.

Now is the time to be our best

What is the worst that could happen if we let ourselves shine with all our power?

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Over 1 year ago
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Paris Mitchell motivates students at Joseph Banks Secondary College.

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