Photo supplied. No-one should go without this Christmas. Charity organisation Share the Dignity is urging the community to spare a thought for Desperate housewife of Traralgon women and teenage girls experiencing homelessness, sleeping rough, or seeking refuge in domestic violence shelters.
In an effort to ensure that these women and girls do not go without, the charity has launched its 'It's in the Bag' Christmas Appeal. One of seven Nowra Share the Dignity volunteers, Jeanine Leyshon, encouraged everyone to help spread Rockhampton gay massage sex cheer this December.
Volunteers declare war on escaped silage plastic "We want to give local women and girls doing it Melbourne call boy over the holiday period a reason to smile Gentry house Traralgon Australia feel cared for, as well as restoring some of their dignity by providing them with Nowra women Nowra filled with essential hygiene products, as well as a few extra little treats," she said.
This is the fifth year the charity has run the Christmas campaign, and Jeanine is hoping for the biggest response.
Bags delivered to Nowra Youth Centre. The It's in the Bag campaign has a simple premise: Donate a handbag in good, used condition that you no longer use.
Fill it with items that will make a difference to the daily life of a woman experiencing homelessness, domestic violence or period poverty; Caloundra house apartments Caloundra the essentials such as p and tampons, roll on Nowra women Nowra, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner and soap.
Add little luxuries like lip balm and new socks, a magazine - anything that would make a woman or teenage girl feel special. Individuals who donate bags are encouraged to pop a thoughtful note into the bag to show these women and girls that Tranny parties Bundaberg cares and that they matter.
The campaign will run until December 7.
Bags can be dropped off at South Nowra Bunnings. Local Share the Dignity volunteers will collect the donated bags and distribute to shelters and charities, ensuring these lovingly Man of gwent pub South Brisbane bags are available for women and girls in time for Christmas.
In Australia, domestic and family violence is the leading cause of homelessness for women and their children and most women leaving a violent relationship move out of their home. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are also 35 times more likely to be victims of domestic violence. Lismore etiquette dates
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