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Smiles and Lunches – giving back with meaning
The power and love of family volunteering goes a long way, and every school holidays we offer families the opportunity to bring smiles and...
Vote now to help us win a $10,000 grant
Thanks to the generosity of Grace Gives Community Grants, Kids Giving Back is in the running for a $10,000 grant that will enable us...
Create CarePacs + meals for the homeless
Book now to join us on Sunday, Oct 30 for an inspiring afternoon creating CarePacs & meals for the homeless www.trybooking.com/226728 Age 10+ Kids...
Father + Son Cook4Good, Sunday September 11, age 12+
Register now for Father + Son Cook4Good, age 12+ Sunday, September 11. Boys and dads – give up a few hours to cook together...
First Aid Course for teens 14+
Register now for our fully accredited FIRST AID COURSE for TEENS age 14+ DATE: Tues 12th July (during School Holidays) LOCATION: Waverley College, 131...
A seemingly small gesture touches hearts – May 2016
When mum, Kim, participated in Cook4Good:Good Deeds Day together with her 12 year old son and his friend, there was more than one revelation....
Spending time giving, is actually even better than spending time getting – March 2016
Last school holidays 13 year old Apsara together with her mum Wendy volunteered to make lunch for clients at the Asylum Seekers Centre, Newtown. Read...
School supplies for 150 kids living in shelters – January 2016
Big shout out to the 13 kids and teens who sorted hundreds of school supplies and packed 150 ‘back to school’ packs for kids...
Kids Helping Kids Get Back to School – January 2016
Many of us are counting down the days until our kids go back to school. We have lists of required supplies, requests for new...
Challenging our Perspectives – first hand stories from the streets
A few months ago we had the pleasure of working with some energetic students visiting Australia with Rustic Pathways, a US group that runs...