Friday, 4 December 2009

au christmas charity ideas ($0 - $129)

Your time or money could buy:

Sign up for Mentor-One with Boystown to help young people with education and training $0;

Donate clothing, toys or household items to Lifeline $0;

Help someone in crisis and buy an echidna Christmas ornament from the Australian Red Cross $9.50;

Help fund the Royal Flying Doctor Service's emergency efforts by buying a cookbook and tea-towel set $17;

More fab tea-towels! Buy these running pups and help train a guide dog $24.95;

Feed and care for a dog for one day at RSPCA NSW $30;

A microscope set sent directly to a disadvantaged child, from you and The Smith Family $41;

Buy Christmas dinner for a homeless family through Mission Australia $50;

Help CareFlight reach someone in danger by buying a bear $60;

Help beyondblue fund a telephone call or reach a person affected by depression $70;

Provide clean-up bags for a remote community with Clean Up Australia $100;

Loads of Fun Therapy for kids living with cancer by buying a case of wine from Shaw Vineyards $129 ($50 of which is donated to Camp Quality).

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