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Wombat’s Wish: Community based grief support for bereaved children

February 3, 2014 Wombats Wish is a specialised support service for bereaved children and their families. Currently facilitated in Geelong our program includes; Weekend camps (held in May...

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Win a once in a lifetime sailing experience

January 17, 2014 To celebrate our partnerhsip with the Royal Geelong Yacht Club & the Festival of Sails, we are conducting an online auction for a “Once...

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Matthew’s Story

January 6, 2014 Riding for the Disabled Barwon Centre A Give Where You Live Community Partner Matthews Story Matthew came to RDA Barwon 6 years ago at...

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Dawnbusters Fun Run – Results

December 31, 2013 Well done and thanks to all our runners who took on the Dawnbusters Fun Run challenge this morning! Click here to see all the...

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Latest GMag

December 20, 2013 Have you recieved a copy of our latest GMag magazine?  You can download it here or phone 5229 4364 and we will pop one in...

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Thank You

December 17, 2013 To all our community partners and supporters who attended our Thank You morning tea.  Please take a moment to reflect back over our success...

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Connecting kids with their school and community

December 16, 2013 Hands On Learning Australia is a harm prevention charity that partners with schools to give students at risk of early leaving the hope and...

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Shell becomes a Sanata Cause

December 12, 2013 The Shell Refinery Rowing Crew has officially become Santa Causes.  Yes that’s right Give Where You Live Santa Causes.   The crew have been hard...

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Global movement to improve the live of women

December 9, 2013 YWCA was first established in Geelong in 1872, as a group of women who met in a chapel in Ryrie st. YWCA was started...

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Assert 4 All Advocacy

December 5, 2013 Barwon DISAbility Resource Council – Assert 4 All Advocacy Give Where You Live is proud to support Barwon Disability Resource Council (BDRC), a not-for-profit...

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