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Cotton On Foundation

Cotton On Foundation will use donations to help provide quality education to children in Southern Uganda. More...

Orange Sky Laundry

Orange Sky Laundry now has its sights set on operating a national fleet with Melbourne the first step towards an Australia wide operation. More...

Louise Mahoney Dreams2live4Interview

Sydney based Dreams2live4, a not-for-profit organisation that brings the dreams of patients living with metastatic cancer to life, is looking for a very special and unique person to fill some big shoes – a Dream Maker. More...

Brooke Hanson Ocsober Interview

Life Education is calling on Australians to stay sober this ‘Ocsober’ and take a break from the booze for 28 days in October to break the cycle of alcohol abuse and help Aussie kids. More...

Wendy Robinson Camp Quality Dine at Mine Interview

Camp Quality, Australia's most trusted children's charity, has embarked on its national fundraising campaign, Dine at Mine, combining Australia's love of cooking with a campaign that has a big impact on kids living with cancer. More...

Mandy Richards Global Sisters Interview

Global Sisters, a not for profit organisation, has launched with a unique approach that encourages and supports financially excluded women to become financially independent through self-employment. More...

Felicity Wever UNICEF and Domestos Interview

This means there are more than 800 million women and girls between the ages of 15 and 49 years old are menstruating who don’t have a toilet to use. More...

Tania de Jong Sing for Good 2016 Interview

The Sing for Good Video Challenge swaps ice-buckets and moustaches for community singing… promoting joy, wellbeing and inclusion. We aim to get people singing in every postcode of Australia (and beyond) over the next three years! More...



Team Charlie Run2Cure Children’s Cancer Interview

The event will raise funds for much needed research into neuroblastoma, a type of childhood cancer that is the leading cause of cancer deaths in children under the age of five. The average survival rate of children that are diagnosed with this type of cancer is just one in two. More...

Conan Visser ICANIWILL Children’s Charity Interview

The children’s charity, ICANIWILL have just launched ICANIWILL GRANT-A-WISH. The not for profit organisation aims to grant wishes to children who have been bullied or discriminated against. More...

Jane Kennedy 2016 A Taste of Harmony Campaign Interview

This year, celebrity chef Guy Grossi, author and Food Safari presenter Maeve O’Meara, cook book author Jane Kennedy and General Manager, Local Business Banking Tasmania and Victoria, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Huss Mustafa, will act as Hero Ambassadors for the campaign. More...

AKP Literacy Program Launched in Kenya

The new digital libraries will have a profound impact on the children’s education and will open the way for better opportunities for them in the future. In January four more schools in Kenya will receive shipments of the eReaders. More...

Jessica Brown Life Changing Experiences Foundation Melbourne Interview

Life Changing Experiences Foundation (LCEF) is thrilled to announce the SISTER2sister mentoring Program, headquartered in Sydney, will be expanding to Melbourne based in Wyndham. More...

Kate MClennan Pink Ribbon Day Interview

Do you love catching up with your girlfriends and the ladies in your family? Why not bring everyone together for a very special event, and raise much-needed funds to help beat women's cancers at the same time? More...

Marta Dusseldorp World Refugee Day Interview

A Place to Call Home – it’s what lead actress of the show, Marta Dusseldorp, would like to see for refugees worldwide. More...

Adam Regal MND Australia Interview

A young father who will soon be unable to speak, swallow or breathe is the face of a new national campaign to raise awareness of motor neurone disease (MND) and funds for the MND Research Institute of Australia (MNDRIA). More...

Debra Walters Life's Little Treasures Interview

Ruby had her baby Dominic at 26 weeks whilst on holiday in Adelaide. He was a tiny 1040gm. She was distraught and alone. More...

Lyndey Milan Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea Interview

Everyone has a different reason to host a morning tea. Cancer survivor Natalie Khoury hosted her first morning tea for Cancer Council last year after finishing treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma. She found the experience incredibly rewarding. More...

Renata Grzech Shoctober Is Defibrillator Awareness Month Interview

Sudden cardiac arrest is a silent killer: it can happen to anyone, anywhere and at any time or age. It kills between 23,000 and 33,000 Australians each year, more than breast cancer, shootings and road crashes combined. That’s about two busloads of people dying every day. More...

Jeremy Macvean Movember Interview

Sun, sport, BBQs and beaches may be some of the most loved aspects of Aussie living for men but despite this relaxed lifestyle, only one in five (17%) blokes claim they’re at their happiest and healthiest, according to new research released today by the Movember Foundation. More...

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