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Bushfire recovery one year on

The idea that the bushfire recovery efforts one year on have our coastal neighbours recovered and moved into new homes is a misconception, according to the national online charity GIVIT, who say...

Have you heard? Sensory garden supplies

One organisation registered with GIVIT in the the Snowy Monaro region is a small not-for-profit that is working to create a sensory garden.

This year, give the gift of a very GIVIT Christmas

Nearly 15,000 Canberrans have already signed up to a Secret Santa with a difference. Charity GIVIT has partnered with Handmade Canberra for a contactless Christmas appeal that promotes local products, supports small...

Have you heard? GIVIT seeks FJ Holden Ute parts

Woolworths and Variety the Children’s Charity are inviting customers to support sick and disadvantaged children across the ACT.

Have you heard? Big garage sale

On Saturday 10 October 8am-12pm at Good Shepherd Community Church, you'll find a big garage sale with a large variety of goods.

Brumbies meet the Bemboka and Broulee locals

Tumut, Bemboka and Broulee were visited by the 2020 Australian Super Rugby champions, the Brumbies, and national online charity GIVIT last week, as they provided financial support and a morale boost for...

Have you heard? GIVIT donation: Seeds

GIVIT is seeking 300 seeds for a variety of herbs, fruits and vegetables which are suitable for growing in the south coast NSW region.

Have you heard? Slow cooker donations

GIVIT donation of the week: Slow cookers Many families and individuals who lost homes and livelihoods in the Black Summer Bushfires are still living in temporary accommodation as they undergo the daunting task...

Have you heard? David Hunter Memorial Lecture

For the last 16 years, ANTaR has presented the David Hunter Memorial Lecture and this year it will go online due to Covid-19.

Have you heard? Safety equipment donations

The GIVIT donation of the week is safety equipment.

BlazeAid Braidwood rebuilds fences and community

Dennis and Carol McGrath travelled around Queensland in their caravan for five months after Dennis retired from the plumbing industry in the middle of 2019, before they returned to Canberra through thick...

Have you heard? Black Mountain Summit Walk

This year is not only the 50th anniversary of Black Mountain being declared a conservation reserve, but also the 20th anniversary of the official opening of the Summit Walk.