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Bake for Babies back to help sick newborns

Canberra’s own Bake for Babies fundraising challenge returns this winter after a break last year due to pandemic restrictions.

The Fathering Project’s Big Push bike ride heading to Canberra

After months of preparation, 32 riders are coming together tomorrow for The Fathering Project’s Big Push fundraiser bike ride.

Duo raise $10k and counting for RSPCA ACT

Top fundraisers Shanaika Perera and her chocolate Labrador, Thor, will walk 30 minutes a day for Walk This May.

Hike for hunger fights food waste one step at a time

Queanbeyan man Joash Taufa’ahau, is over 500km into a huge adventure hiking the length of the NSW coast to fundraise for Oz Harvest.

ACT Companion Dog Club rounds up containers for funds

The ACT Companion Dog Club raised funds via the container deposit scheme in 2020 as COVID restrictions made other methods unfeasible.

Local charity shines through a difficult year

COVID-safe fundraising opportunities were few and far between in 2020 and Canberra’s Stella Bella Little Stars Foundation is one of thousands of Australian charities forging ahead amidst financial precarity.

Clare Holland House to undergo $6 million expansion

Canberrans are invited to take part in the $6 million expansion of Clare Holland House by contributing to a community appeal launched today by Cavalry Health Care and the Snow Foundation.

Double denim: Donations doubled this Jeans for Genes Day

Thanks to some generous donors, donations made to Jeans for Genes Day tomorrow, Friday 7 August, will be doubled – and help researchers at the Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) continue their important work in gene therapy.

Four-year-old Daisy reads for families impacted by MS

Four-year-old Daisy is one of 686 ACT children participating in this year’s MS Readathon, which inspires kids to read as much as they can while supporting families impacted by multiple sclerosis (MS). Running...

Nearly Legless Mick supports the magic of reading

You might know him as former Paralympian Michael Milton, but if you have ever been to Quizzic Alley in Fyshwick, you will definitely know him as Nearly Legless Mick.

CGGS jumps rope with some serious heart

Year five students at Canberra Girls Grammar School (CGGS) picked up their skipping ropes on Friday 26 June, for the annual Heart Foundation Jump Rope for Heart ‘Jump Off’ day.   At the...

Tiny’s 2.5: Putting the ‘fun’ back into fundraising

From car challenges to pumpkin trebuchets, Tiny’s 2.5 is a series of fundraising events set to boost the coffers of local charities.

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