Post Tagged with: "Charity"
With Love & Lipstick, a non-profit organisation dedicated to raising awareness for female victims of domestic violence, is proud to announce the launch of their new campaign Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. NATARSHA KALLIOS reports.
Charity op shops are enjoying a resurgence, which will only get bigger come Christmas time – but the business comes with some second-hand etiquette, as EMILY ERICKSON discovers.
Owner and members at Enjoy Fitness gym in Magill have come together to raise over $1300 for the “Do It In A Dress” campaign, which aims to educate young women in Sierra Leone, writes NADIA BOSCAINI.
SA’s iconic Humphrey B. Bear made his first appearance in a long, long time to help lift the spirits of some very lucky kids. SARAH MARTIN discovered what families in crisis nowadays think of good ol’ Humphrey.
A group of medical students have banded together for a concert to raise money for charity. SIONNIE KELLY spoke to the founding members, finding out what makes a medical student musically minded.
UniSA’s inaugural Ride for Pain was held last Sunday, with approximately 500 riders braving wet conditions in a show of support for the one in five Australians who suffering from chronic pain, writes ALYSSA-JANE TUCKER.
The Walk for Justice is gearing up for its fifth year in Adelaide on May 15 to raise funds to support pro bono legal work, which is legal assistance provided for free or at a reduced cost, writes ABIGAIL KHOO.
There is a bitter side to Easter treats- and it’s not from the cocoa content. According to numerous humanitarian groups, the working conditions are appalling in countries where raw chocolate products are produced, writes ALYSSA-JANE TUCKER.
Rundle Mall buzzed with excitement as the Leukaemia Foundation officially launched its biggest annual fundraising event, the World’s Greatest Shave, writes LUCILLE GORE.
The KONY 2012 documentary has shown that by employing the sharing skills of millions of social media users across the globe, the issues in central Africa are being brought to the attention of policy makers, and policy makers are taking notice, writes ZOE DARLING.