Everybody in this world deserves access to clean drinking water, it’s a basic human right, and unfortunately, there are many still out there without access to this luxury. We live in a country, where clean drinking water literally falls from the sky, and it’s up to us, those who have access to clean drinking water change the game for those who don’t. Our vision is to continue building this platform, in a manner where it is easy to fund and distribute water filters to communities which need them most. We use Sawyer Filters, a quick, easy, simple yet effective filtration system which can provide water for families without access.
Connecting people with purpose
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Between inspiring many at a multitude of conferences and talks across Australia, invitations to share their story over TV appearances, recently securing the Duchess of Cornwall as their first UK volunteer and continuing to positively connect communities daily with the brilliant work they do, Nic Marchesi, Co-Founder of the amazing Orange Sky Australia still found time to have a chat with TOWNHALL.
We take the difficulty out of gifting! Whether it’s a Kris Kringle, you’re looking for that perfect recycled gift for less, or if you’re not sure what to get someone for a present, we’ve got all bases covered! Our experienced Thrift Shoppers do all the hard work for you, they’re in and out of Thrift Shops, Garage Sales and hunting for those perfect once loved bargain items that are going for a steal.
We teach marginalised women in Cambodia how to knit and crochet. We also pay for their children’s school costs. We now have over 120 women knitting in Cambodia and have just been given the blessing from the Director of Human Rights in Bangladesh to set up an ethical workshop there.
Did you hear about the horrific 7.5-magnitude quake in Papua New Guinea on the morning of 26th February?
Unfortunately not many people did, although it’s estimated that 275,000 people are in need of emergency aid and 300,000 people have no shelter. Soon after the quake hit, more than 100 people were confirmed dead.
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