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Give Where You Live News

A message from our CEO

March 21, 2020 A message from the CEO These are challenging and confronting times for all of us.  Making sure that we keep ourselves, our families and...

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Geelong Community Partner Updates

March 20, 2020 The Give Where You Live Foundation is committed to keeping you up to date across the community sector with the delivery of essential services....

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Surf Coast Trek – Cancelled

March 14, 2020 Following direction on Friday 13 March by the Prime Minister to suspend all non-essential gatherings of 500 or more people, the 2020 Surf Coast...

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Thanks for Pitching in

March 11, 2020 The Give Where You Live Foundation held its annual Pitch Up Geelong event at the Geelong Arts Centre in early March raising in excess...

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Will you Pitch Up?

February 24, 2020 The Give Where You Live Foundation invites you to an exciting evening that will connect you with the heart and soul of three local...

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MacKillop Family Services – Therapeutic Life Story Work

February 6, 2020 MacKillop Family Services received a grant of $30,000 to help break the correlation for you, between disadvantage and living in Out of Home Care....

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WorkWell Learning Networks: The mental health and wellbeing revolution set to sweep Geelong workplaces

January 20, 2020 As part of a ground-breaking new initiative funded by WorkSafe’s WorkWell Program, the Give Where You Live Foundation has launched an exciting new knowledge-sharing...

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2019 Dawnbuster Fun Run RESULTS

December 31, 2019           We’d like to thank the 400+ runners and supporters who woke up very early on the morning of New...

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Feeding families on the Bellarine

December 13, 2019 Drysdale Family Support received a $30,000 grant to support their foodbank program, assisting 380 people living on the Bellarine who are in desperate need...

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Helping Students re-engage with education

December 13, 2019 Somebody’s Daughter Theatre received a $30,000 grant that supported 35 vulnerable young people like Karen to re-engage in school and community through their involvement in...

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