Aviate Global – Charity Trading Day in aid of War Child Wednesday 18th June 2014 Aviate are proud to announce a new initiative ‘Aviate Encore’. Aviate Encore is an annual charity trading day for War Child. On June the 18th, …
Girls living and working on the streets of Kinshasa face multiple threats. With few choices, most turn to sex work as a means of earning a livelihood and are at extreme risk of sexual violence from street boys, public, police …
Thanks for supporting us at MellonAid – We raised over $11,000 on the night! To relive the night here and see what our Chairperson Clare Mirabello had to say check out the video of the night http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flLrZEkB3oA
Hi all War Child Supporters and Monks of Mellonwah fans. Due to unforeseen circumstances at the old venue a new venue has been obtained for the MellonAid concert. The new venue is: Metro Lair George Street, Sydney View Larger Map …
The Monks of Mellonwah a hot new alternative funk/rock band with a unique sound, blending elements of classic blues & rock with more modern sounds are playing are proud to present Australia’s first ever MELLONAID event, a charity concert for the benefit of War Child Australia.
Last night I attended the book launch of ‘Girls Night In’. A wonderful collection of short stories written by Jessica Adams, Cecilia Ahern, Maggie Alderson, Nick Earls, Gretel Killeen and long list of other accomplished authors. The evening began with some champagne and nibbles. Authors mingled and talked about old times and it was an opportunity for some young fans to meet their literary idols.
The evening was not all about champagne and chit-chat though. This event had a serious side. We all remembered that sales of the book generate income for War Child designated to helping children in war torn countries. So it was befitting that the room stopped in silence to listen to Mark Waddington speak about the progress and activities that War Child is making.
Next year on 5 August Adam will set off for the challenge of a lifetime. I will be running 960km at an average altitude of 400m above sea level in 22 days. Travelling through the Himalayan mountains on the Friendship highway, travelling from Lhasa, Tibet to Kathmandu, Nepal. This will set a new world record, raising awareness and funds in support of War child while i’m he’s at it.
From the bottom of the sea to the highest mountain, there’s a story for everyone in the latest Kids’ Night In book – volume three. Kids’ Night In 3 might just be the most amazing collection of stories ever.
With the help of Everyday Hero you can raise money by creating a personalised online fundraising page with your own photos or videos telling your story about how and why you are trying to raise money. There’s no hassles collecting promised money or issuing receipts because Everyday Hero sends a receipt immediately by email and pays the money directly into War Child’s bank account.