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$1k to House of Welcome

House of Welcome is a project of St Francis Social Services. Their purpose is to uphold the intrinsic dignity of each person by providing support and advocacy to empower the most disadvantaged and marginalised within our community.

CRC showed support by allocating $1k to help House of Welcome in their endeavors.

$5k to support Weave’s tutoring program

With an estimated experience of more than 40 years, Weave Youth & Community Services members and volunteers have and continue to provide responsive, collaborative and consistent support in ways that really matter to the local community.

They developed a range of programs to help tackle a multitude of issues such as poverty, drugs, alcohol and mental health, homelessness, domestic violence, family breakdown and isolation.

CRC gave $5K towards Weave’s tutoring program. According to Siobhan (Weave CEO) it will allow their tutoring coordinator to give more time and support to the tutors, tutees, and families as well as purchase tutoring resources and hosting training and connection evenings for tutors.

For more information about their programs, please visit their website: Weave

$500 to 2SER 107.3 Radio Station!

CRC made a $500 donation towards 2SER 107.3, a community radio station based in Sydney broadcasting since the 70’s. Just like CRC, the station relies on volunteers. Visit their website and check out their awesome work.

$10,000 towards the Back To School program run by FRRR.

Due to unprecedented bushfires early this year, many communities suffered huge losses.

This year, CRC has allocated $10k towards the “Back to School” program run by the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal. 100% of this donation will help families from affected areas with the back to school burden.

This wouldn’t be possible without your help and generosity. So thank you.

Bangarra Dance Theatre

downloadThis year, CRC has kindly donated $1000 to Bangarra Dance theatre, an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation and one of Australia’s leading performing arts companies, which aims to create inspiring experiences that change society. Link.

 

CRC is now sponsoring five kids through the Smith Family.

For the second year in a row (It ain’t much, but it’s honest work 🙂 ) in collaboration with the Smith Family, CRC has renewed it’s sponsorship of four kids (+1 kid). We are hoping to continue in the years to come.

Thank you for your support and hope to see you around.

CRC team.

Free bikes!!

Thanks to the generosity of our supporters and the hard work of our volunteers, we had a surplus of bikes which we were happy to give away for free.

Keep an eye out, you might score yourself a free bike!!

$5000 towards FRRR’s Back to School program

Through the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR), Cycle Re-cycle Club made a $5000 donation towards the Back to School program which helps children in rural, regional, and remote Australia, delivering immediate financial relief to their families in need.

This donation would not have been possible without your support.

Thanks you.

 

4 iPads for Poets Corner Preschool, Redfern

Poets Corner Preschool received 4 iPads from CRC to help provide access to digital opportunities to kids. The tablets will be used as part of the early language program, an initiative from the Australian Government, where kids will actively engage in digital play based learning to develop communication and language skills.

Steering group elections

The annual CRC steering group election took place yesterday at the Factory where a new team has been elected. Working together with other volunteers and helpers, the new team will be serving you for the year to come.

Thank you all for your support.

Best,

CRC