We’ve got a new look!

We are so excited to share our new website with you! We have been working with a group of talented design students from Western Sydney University (School of Humanities and Communication Arts) and one of them, Kayla helped bring the vision to life for us! We have refreshed our logo and updated our colour palette, so you will see more of this new design across our emails and social channels.  

We will keep updating our blogs and other content and you can contact us and meet our team if it’s been a while since you’ve connected with us.

We have also been saddened to see the number of COVID19 cases continue to rise in Fiji. The 7-day average is over 900 cases per day, and the death toll is now over 100. According to John Hopkins University data, Fiji has 1,130 cases per million at the moment, whereas at the peak of the outbreak the US was recording 881 per million. 

We are doing what we can to support the families of Girls we work with, providing COVID19 relief packages at the moment and preparing a recovery program for when the time is right. 

As always, your support is appreciated – and, we have even made the donation process easier. You can now choose Stripe instead of PayPal and just pay directly with your card.

We are a small organisation run almost entirely by volunteers which means your donations go straight to people who need them. Donate online now.

We also want to acknowledge that many of you in Australia are in lockdown and having to adjust to COVID19 restrictions and this is really hard. We are feeling it too. Thank you for continuing to think of our very vulnerable Fiji community during this challenging time.

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