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SMW Charity: September 2013 MS Australia

We were thrilled to donate over $ 350.00 to MS Australia this month!

“Multiple Sclerosis Australia (MSA) is the peak body that represents Australians affected by multiple sclerosis – whether you’re living with the disease or caring for someone who does. As the voice for people with MS across the country, we provide reliable and up-to-date information on the latest news from around the world and champion the MS cause in the community.”

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SMW Charity: August 2013 Father Chris O’Reilly’s Kids Off the Street

So happy to be supporting Father Chris O-Reilly’s Kids Off the Street from this month’s registrations.

“Youth Off The Streets is a non-denominational community organisation working for young people aged 12-21 who are facing challenges of homelessness, drug and alcohol dependency, exclusion from school, neglect and abuse.  We support these young people as they work to turn their lives around and overcome immense personal traumas such as neglect and physical, psychological and emotional abuse.

Since opening in 1991, Youth Off The Streets has grown from a single food van delivering meals to young homeless people on the streets of Kings Cross to a major youth specific agency offering a full continuum of care through delivery of a wide range of services.

Our 25 services include crisis accommodation, alcohol and other drug services, counselling, accredited high schools, outreach, residential programs and a mentoring program. Volunteers support us every step of the way.”

This month we had these 3 great charity options to choose at registration:

Cure Cancer Australia www.cure.org.au
Father Chris O’Reilly’s Kids Off the Street www.youthoffthestreets.com.au
Fitted for work www.fittedforwork.org

To learn more about our Charity donations, please click here.

SMW Charity: July 2013 Cure Cancer Australia

Chuffed to be supporting another great charity, Cure Cancer Australia, thank you to all of our attendees whose registration price goes to the charity.

Their sole focus is to cure cancer; “Our role in the cancer space is an important one. We act as a front line source to provide vital start up funding for innovative, ground-breaking research projects across all types of cancer. Since 1967, we have channelled over $20 million in the form of funding grants to national young researchers and have come to stand for integrity, excellence, and success in research.

Through gaining funding from Cure Cancer Australia, our brilliant young Australian researchers are granted a much needed opportunity to build on their ideas and develop a platform for their life-long aspiration to find a cure for cancer.

Untold thousands of lives have been saved around the world as a consequence of the knowledge gained and the treatments developed from Cure Cancer Australia’s funded research projects.”

 

This month we had these 3 great charity options to choose at registration:

Cure Cancer Australia www.cure.org.au
Father Chris O’Reilly’s Kids Off the Street www.youthoffthestreets.com.au
Fitted for work www.fittedforwork.org

To learn more about our Charity donations, please click here.

Cure Cancer Australia’s single focus is to find a cure for cancer.

Assoc_Prof_Angela-Hong_MBBS_MMed_PhD_FRANZCR_044 Our role in the cancer space is an important one. We act as a front line source to provide vital start up funding for innovative, ground-breaking research projects across all types of cancer. Since 1967, we have channelled over $20 million in the form of funding grants to national young researchers and have come to stand for integrity, excellence, and success in research.

Through gaining funding from Cure Cancer Australia, our brilliant young Australian researchers are granted a much needed opportunity to build on their ideas and develop a platform for their life-long aspiration to find a cure for cancer.

Untold thousands of lives have been saved around the world as a consequence of the knowledge gained and the treatments developed from Cure Cancer Australia’s funded research projects.