Friday, May 30, 2014

m.a.d.woman foundation added to the main page of JustLocal in the free for community use section.

I've like to welcome m.a.d.woman foundation to JustLocal. Part of the design of JustLocal is to provide 5% of the advertising space free for use by the community to assist, charities, not-for-profits and even individuals in need. The m.a.d.woman foundation has provided the following information to help people understand what they do. I encourage people to support such groups in a manner in which they can.

The m.a.d.woman foundation is working hard to help homeless, disadvantaged and vulnerable children as winter hits.

With winter just around the corner, m.a.d.woman urgently needs some help to fund materials for care packs. There are more than 105,000 people sleeping rough in Australia and about 34,000 are children. There are many kids and their mothers fleeing domestic violence situations and living in temporary accommodation without their possessions. There are also many disadvantaged families who lack some of the basics we take for granted.

The m.a.d.woman team has helped more than 300,000 people in the past six years. The team is are on a mission to help as many other people as possible, starting with beanies, blankets, bibs and much more. Each ticket sold to the gala event can help fund items for up to 10 of our most vulnerable citizens – so you get a great night at the same time as helping others.
The event is on Saturday 21 June at the St Kilda Town Hall – you get a chance to dress up, meet others and have a fun night out to help support people in need.  It’s hosted by Max Walker, includes live music and entertainment and some amazing prizes and gifts bags - no one will go home empty-handed! Just one of the door prizes alone is a Jura coffee machine and coffee worth more than $1000.

The event is raising funds for the m.a.d. for kids program. Not only is the m.a.d.woman foundation helping vulnerable and needy kids, but it is also setting up a program to teach other young people how to give tangible support to people less fortunate than them.

Tickets can be purchased as discounted group bookings of 10 or individually at

Kelvin Eldridge

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