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National Op Shop Week

Happy Monday to you all and happy Op Shop Week!

The wonderful people at Do Something Australia are once again holding their annual Op Shop Week. 154 more words

Anniversaries, Celebrations & Commemorations

Creating Indigenous Careers

The Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES) is a 100% Indigenous managed, national, not -for -profit Recruitment Company.

Being wholly Indigenous gives us the “know how” to match the right career seekers to the right opportunities, to achieve great retention rates . 183 more words

Join with Greenpeace to defend our oceans

What’s happening?

Fundamental changes need to be made in the way our oceans are managed. We must shift from destructive to sustainable fisheries. A sustainable fishery is one that doesn’t reduce fish stocks or impact marine biodiversity. 475 more words

WW News

Fundraisers are busy - how do we make the most of our time?

Being a little strapped for time at the moment, here’s an article I wrote for the Institute of Fundraising blog back in October. It’s all about making the most of our time and trying to productively fit in everything we need to do without burning ourselves out. 717 more words

Charity

Join with Amnesty International to help Greece’s Afghan refugees

What’s happening?

Afghans have limited legal ways out of Greece. Unlike Syrians, for example, Afghans are not eligible for the relocation emergency programme adopted by the EU last year, which pledged 66,400 places in different European countries for asylum-seekers stranded in Greece. 590 more words

WW News

WildArt I

I’m putting a Roman numeral after the title because I hope we can do it again next year. Good times and lots of money raised for the Appalachian Wildlife Refuge.   256 more words

Hla Day Social Enterprise, Pansodan, Yangon

Hla Day is a not for profit, social enterprise that works with small, local producers, many of whom are suffering from extreme poverty, disability or other social issues that place them at a disadvantage in their daily lives. 270 more words

Yangon