Uniting to make a difference.

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March 1, 2021

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Your generosity can change lives in your community, paving the way for a brighter future. Here’s how you can get involved.

Feeding families, changing lives.

Put food on the table – all year round – with Food For Families.

Thanks to your generous support, over 17 tonnes of food and toiletries were donated last December. This achievement provided support for people in their toughest season yet.

But the cupboards are already looking bare. With the growing demand, our supplies will be gone by winter. We want to support everyone who reaches out to us, no matter what time of year it is. But we can’t do it alone.

Your regular support will ensure people get what they need to get back on their feet. Because of you, we’ll be there when they
need us most.

Like the team from Epworth you can make a difference by donating items on a regular basis.

No time to collect? You might like to make a regular financial contribution. A little bit, every month, can provide a lot for people in need. For just $1 a day – or $30 a month – you can provide a family with the basics they need to keep going.

Become a year-round Food For Families supporter.

 

Flip for a good cause

Make a pancake – and a difference – for your community.

It’s never too late to flip for a cause.

Individually, or as a group, you can host a Pancake Day event any time before the end of March.

All money raised goes directly to your local programs, supporting people in your community when they need it most.

Thank you to everyone who has already registered or held their 2021 Pancake Day event. Don’t forget to share stories of your pancakes and warm hearts.

Visit the Pancake Day website for tips and resources to help your Pancake Day be a success.

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