How To Feed 600 Partygoers

 Glenn  

Nov25
How do you feed 600 hungry partygoers in an Amphitheater, making sure no one slips on a death onion? You call us! We were thrilled to be the charity partners for the Vollyspot Max Graef event yesterday, keeping hundreds of folk fed and safe from onion slippage as they partied the day

OK People! Our Family is Expanding

 Glenn  

Nov23
OK people! We can FINALLY announce our exciting news! We’re expanding into Brunswick East and we just couldn’t be happier! We’re opening a combined Op Shop, meditation den, community space with life connection workshop programs that will benefit everyone in the community but most of all our most vulnerable. But

Vote Here for The SunSuper Dreams For A Better World Peoples Choice

 Glenn  

Nov16
The Plate Up Project helps Women Displaced from from their home due to Domestic Violence. Please click on  Vote for Plate Up Project Here to vote for the Plate Up Project to win the Peoples Choice Award for the Sun Super’s Dreams For A Better World. The Plate Up Project receives no

Essentials for Women SA thanks Metcash

 Donna  

Oct18
Ridiculously amazing generosity shown by Metcash!!!! They donated about $2500 worth of product to our donation drive – 100’s of shampoos, conditioners, sanitary items, deodorants and lots of other stuff 😍😍 They then asked some of their valued suppliers to contribute and Johnson & Johnson, Colgate Australia and Unilever all

Homeless in New York City

 Glenn  

Oct18
Looks so much like Melbourne, doesn’t it? People sleeping on the streets with nowhere to call home. This is New York City on the corner of 34th street and 5th Avenue. This is real and it’s happening everywhere. This is someone’s ‘home’. We want to lead by example and eradicate

The Homeless Period Project – USA

 Glenn  

Oct18
It was an absolute pleasure to work alongside our Sanitary Sisters from the USA last night and joint in on one of their incredible Period Parties.   What a group! ‘The Homeless Period Project is an incredible movement sweeping right across the United States, helping people experiencing Period Poverty everywhere.

The School Project enables 10 year old boy with Bike Education

 Glenn  

Oct17
Yesterday the wonderful Nadine from Launch Housing got in contact with us to advise there was a young 10 year old boy in their care that could not participate in Bike Education at his school. Today I delivered her a new Bike and Helmet. Our goal at The School Project