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ANIMALS AND BIRDS / ARTS AND CULTURE


Our dream is a loving home for every pet and no more cruelty to animals.


We rescue pets from Death Row at the pound, and find them new loving homes.


You can help us continue to save lives like Thomas the kitten by becoming a volunteer or foster carer, making a tax deductible donation or leaving a memorial gift.


Please contact us


Every life is precious to us. We have a No Kill Policy.


Phone 1300 455 390 Web www.sydneypetrescue.com.au


HELP US GET BEARS LIKE BLUE BACK ON THEIR FEET When Blue arrived at our sanctuary in Cambodia, he had been so


badly beaten by poachers he was unable to walk. While he’s now recovered, it’s unlikely he’ll ever return to the wild. Which means Blue, like many of his cousins, will be reliant on us for the rest of his life.


Please help us protect, preserve and enrich the lives of these beautiful animals by leaving a legacy or making a donation. Simply visit freethebears.org or contact us by phone 08 9244 1096 or email matt@freethebears.org.


©Free the Bears/Peter Yuen


ARTS AND CULTURE


Australian Age of Dinosaurs Limited Australian Youth Orchestra Campion Foundation


www.campion.edu.au


Geelong Performing Arts Centre Gondwana Choirs


Museum of Contemporary Art Australia Museums Australia National Theatre


Opera Australia Capital Fund Queensland Symphony Orchestra State Library of NSW Foundation Synergy Percussion


Taikoz


www.synergypercussion.com www.taikoz.com


Wesley Mission Brisbane William Fletcher Foundation


PO Box 408 Winton QLD 4735


Suite 401 L4 40 Gloucester St The Rocks NSW 2000 PO Box 3052 Toongabbie East NSW 2146


Creative and Therapy Activities Group Inc (CATA Group) www.catagroup.org.au


Arts & music for people living with a disability. 50 Lt Malop St Geelong VIC 3220


David Elliott Executive Chairman 07 4657 0712 * Christina Chiam Development Manager 1300 668 500 * Michael Mendieta Director of Development 1300 792 747 *


Campion College Australia offers a unique education in faith and reason - ‘Educating for Eternity’. PO Box 2033 Warwick WA 6024


Pier 4 Hickson Rd Millers Point NSW 2000 140 George St The Rocks, Sydney NSW 2000 PO Box 266 Civic Sq ACT 2608


PO Box 1173 St Kilda South VIC 3182 PO Box 291 Strawberry Hills NSW 2012 GPO Box 9994 Brisbane QLD 4001 Macquarie St Sydney NSW 2000 PO Box 829 Kensington NSW 1465


Laura Jarvis Administration Manager 08 9448 8804 *


Jon Mamonski Commun.Relations and Marketing Manager 03 5225 1214 * Francis Greep Marketing & Development Manager 02 8274 7010 * Lisa Hamilton Philanthropy Manager 02 9245 2400 * Lee Scott National Operations Manager 02 6230 0346 Nic Clark CEO 03 9534 0221 *


Neroli Hobbins General Manager 02 9318 8386 * Gaelle Lindrea Director - Philanthropy 07 3833 5000 * Susan Hunt Director 02 9273 1529 *


Australia’s longest running and foremost contemporary music ensemble – a world of sound with percussion at its heart! PO Box 829 Kensington NSW 1465


www.williamfletcherfoundation.org.au Grants to tertiary visual arts & design students in NSW; Artist residencies at Rome and “Bundanon” NSW; Sydney Theatre Design Awards. For more information on each organisation visit www.probonoaustralia.com.au * Denotes Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) Status 23


Lee McIver General Manager 02 9663 5532 * Lee McIver General Manager 02 9663 5532 *


Internationally acclaimed taiko ensemble, renowned for our spectacular performances and dedication to music education. 930 Gympie Rd Chermside QLD 4690 Mitchell Witherington Fundraising & Philanthropy Manager 1800 4 937 539 * PO Box 915 Milsons Point NSW 1565


Ellen Borda Honorary Secretary 02 9922 4317 *


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