The Giving Channel

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The Giving Channel

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Make screen time count!

We are excited to introduce our newest way to give, with online volunteering sessions and impactful activities.

 

Plus you'll get access to small, dynamic and structured digital learning initiatives, including Tiny Talks and Learning Labs.

 

With The Giving Channel, more families can give back and make their barmi and batmi year even more meaningful, including participants from interstate. The possibilities are endless.

 

Be active, be engaged, be connected and join us in growing through giving – at home. 

What’s included: 

  • 7 digital workshops covering a variety of social issues

  • 24 Tiny Talk activations via WhatsApp

  • 3 digital Learning labs

  • 1 digital Opening and 1 digital Closing Ceremony

 

Register before 20 December and secure your spot for $199*

*Program cost $225 after 20/12/2020. Unlimited spaces available.

 

All programs have been subsidised by the Twelve & Thirteen Board to enable more families to join our programs.

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Our families regularly visit the residents at the Emmy Monash aged care residence, working patiently and gently with residents making food for Jewish families in crisis. Families then enjoy an afternoon tea together.  

Making food for Jewish families in crisis with Emmy Monash residents 

Helping Hoops is an organisation that runs basketball clinics for disadvantaged children living in housing commission flats around Melbourne, as well as children with special needs.

 

Our families participate in a session at a Richmond housing estate, playing with the Helping Hoops children and experiencing this fantastic organisation firsthand through a clinic.

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Playing basketball with disadvantaged children living in housing commissions around Melbourne

McAuley Community Services for Women is an organisation that supports women and children fleeing family violence and/or experiencing homelessness.

 

After hearing from a staff member about how and why family violence affects families, our participants make hand-made Mother’s Day gift items, and comforting fleecy blankets for young children, or art packs used by McAuley’s Play Therapist.

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Making hand made gifts for mothers and children with
McCauley Community Services for Women