$5 Friday and Christmas cakes

We can’t believe we’re already at the end of October and we’re preparing for our Christmas cake sale again! 

You may have seen our recent email and post letting you know that the Christmas cakes are now available for pre-order. We’re so happy to have partnered with William Angliss Institute again this year and this time they will bake all the cakes for us in COVID-safe conditions. If you’d like to purchase one please put in an order online or email us directly.

Today is also $5 Friday and we’re continuing to raise funds for Girls who need access to data to continue their remote learning.

Just $20 a month provides an unlimited data plan for 1 Girl which can make a world of difference in rural settings where Girls struggle to connect with peers and are disengaged from their school work. 

Can you give $5 today to help make a difference? Donate online now!

Your generous donations go a long way and last month we were able to support 18 Girls to help close the digital divide in education.

Thank you as always for being part of our wonderful community.


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