Yuendumu community in NT.

Our super team of socially distanced, masked up volunteers, Dayle, Jo and Kate spent their Saturday boxing up the last of the items heading north to the Yuendumu community in the Northern Territory.

A huge thank you to these three absolute super stars for giving up their time. We appreciate you all so much.

Unfortunately as the coronavirus spreads and becomes harder to contain in our lovely city we have had to make the very difficult decision to stop all packing days until further notice. We need to keep everyone safe and we feel that packing days pose and unnecessary risk of transmission.

We’re still working as hard as ever behind the scenes and all of our communities in need will still receive support. We have lots of stock and will use funds to purchase more bulk items when we need them. We have more grass roots charities joining forces and coming together.

But, please don’t leave us! We still need you. We need your support now more than ever🙏 As the unpredictable path of the virus grows we will see even more people in need of help. We only ask that, if you can, please stay with us and help us help them.

Thank you all so much for your incredible support so far. I am so proud of the work we have been able to do so far and I know that together, we’ve got this!

Glenn

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