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An Interview with Matthew Kronborg

At the heart of philanthropy and charitable giving is the desire to promote the wellbeing of others. Here in Australia, it is estimated that there almost nine in 10 Australians giving to charity annually. At the forefront of charitable brand names amongst the 600 000 plus registered charities and foundations

A Hungry Child Needs Your Help

A hungry child needs your help

    Fighting in C.A.R. is pushing families to the edge of survival, while funding for this crisis has nearly run out. Children will be the first innocent victims. Without your support, WFP cannot continue providing emergency food assistance. The Situation in C.A.R. Before conflict started, half of the children in C.A.R. were stunted due

Adopting Pets: Choose Shelters over Breeders

There are many reasons why you should consider adopting pets instead of buying one. You will find a better selection of animals at shelters than at pet stores. Animal shelters take in pets of all breeds and ages, while pet stores have a limited variety and number of pets. There

Without Spending a Cent

By Samantha Plink Ways to make a difference without spending a cent: 1. Volunteer Countless organisations would appreciate your time, even just an hour here and there. It’s also an excellent way to meet like-minded people and looks great on your resume. 2. Grow your own herbs and vegetables Growing your own food is a simple

5 Causes That Need Our Urgent Support

There’s a whole big world out there with plenty of causes to support. As someone who lives an unfortunate life, you shouldn’t forget there are many worthy causes where you can share your time and effort, if not a little bit of donation. Many unfortunate things continue to happen in different

10 Quotes To Live By

10 quotes to live by

In a reality riddled with an innumerable variety of shades of grey, very little is black and white. Morality seems often entirely subjective, and decisions unclear.  While we are defined by our actions, a few wise words may at times aid us with some much needed direction. Below are 10

Sports & Social Inclusion

By Justine Curatolo Sport is universal. “Sport speaks to people in a language they can understand.”  It transcends boundaries and provides opportunities for all human beings regardless of race, colour, religion, age, physical ability, circumstance or economic background to connect with each other and the world around them. Further, sport can

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