Friday, 27 March 2015 14:31

Gold Coast Endometriosis High Tea

Today was a sea of yellow at the Touch of Yellow Endometriosis High Tea at the Mercure Gold Coast Resort.

Over 80 women enjoyed a range of sweet and savoury delights to raise funds for the Worldwide Endo March, proudly support by Endometriosis Australia, and also raise awareness and funds to help create an education program to help girls and women around Australia. 

We also enjoyed a presentation about endometriosis by guest speaker Dr Elen ApThomas, a Holistic doctor from The Medical Sanctuary.

Next year's Gold Coast Endo High Tea promises to be an even more exciting event!

For more photos/video from the high tea see CharityDOs Facebook page -

Change a child's life for the better. Come along to our fun Quiz night. Enjoy the quiz, raffles, auctions and games.

Enrty is $12 per person ,Tables of 8.

If you dont have a table of 8 you can join a new friends table. Don't be shy.

Be there to win the first prize of $400 per table and other goodies. Reserve your table NOW!

Once again, Achieve Australia has been chosen as one of the beneficiaries of the Novus Foundation’s Annual Fundraising Gala Dinner on 30 May, Saturday at 7:00 or 7:30 pm at the Miramare Gardens in Terrey Hills -

Join us as we raise funds for the development of Achieve Australia’s PWS Health and Wellness Toolkit, a kit that will support young adults with Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS), a debilitating genetic disorder. 

For more information contact Achieve Australia on 1300 22 44 38 or email Sunita Menezes

Wednesday 1 April 2015  6.30am - 9am

For Little Heroes Foundation’s Centre for Robotics and Innovation

Little Heroes Foundation 08 8161 6025



Victoria Square
Bunnings Mile End
Bunnings WoodvilleBunnings Mt Barker
Bunnings Parafield
Cheap as Chips Windsor Gardens
Victoria Park Fullarton Rd
Bonython Park
Peter Kittle Toyota
Peter Kittle Port Rd
Entertainment Centre
Adelaide Railway Station
Homemaker Centre Nick Scali
Rugs-A-Million Anzac Highway

Happy Easter!

Little Heroes Foundation raises funds towards essential equipment and services for seriously ill children and their families. We have raised more than $13 million dollars for lifesaving facilities at Adelaide’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital, and to provide daily support to families through our Little Heroes Care program.

Anglicare Victoria is searching for 300 courageous adventure seekers to abseil down a Melbourne skyscraper to raise funds for children in foster care.

Altitude Shift, on Thursday 30 April, Friday 1 and Saturday 2 May, gives people the chance to test their nerve on St James building in Bourke St, while raising funds for Victorian foster children.

The event is one of the most adventurous ways in which people can help a child in need. Altitude Shift will take you out of your comfort zone.

All money raised will go towards programs that create positive, lasting change in the lives of Victoria’s most vulnerable children.

Anglicare Victoria aims to raise at least $200,000 from the ‘bucket list’ experience.

Do whatever you can to help you raise money – if you think dressing up as Superman will work, then do it.

Altitude Shift is open to anyone over 16 (with parental permission under 18), regardless of shape, fitness or ability. It’s being run in conjunction with Zenith Events, an adventure/ abseil company with a 100 per cent safety record. Qualified abseil professionals will be on-site and will prepare and guide each participant on the day. 

To participate in this exciting fundraiser call Anglicare Victoria on 03 9412 6157 or email

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