packing of Bags of Love on Sunday 2 December in the morning from 10am [please just turn up - Glen Eira College in Caulfield - men, women and children aged 5-95 although children younger than 15 must be under adult supervision at all times although it would help us if you could let us know you're coming]
clean up on Sunday 2 December in the afternoon [just turn up or stay behind]
volunteer drivers to collect Bags of Love on Sunday 2 December at lunchtime to deliver to Safe Houses in the following 7-10 days. We will need at least 60 volunteers for this task [please email Kathy to volunteer for this task]
WHAT TO BRING ON THE DAY:
A smile and, if you're comfortable to do so, a hug*
Chrissy paper, cellophane and some ribbon if you can**
Your own [named] scissors and sticky tape never goes astray** AND, MOST IMPORTANTLY,
the desire to do something nice, to make an impact, for someone you don't know!*
* mandatory ** optional
impact acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as the First Peoples of Australia, the traditional owners of the lands and waters throughout Australia. As such, we recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and community and we pay our respects to their peoples, their cultures and to their elders past, present and emerging.
The ACNC Tick of Charity Registration (the Registered Charity Tick) aims to gives reassurance to the public that the charity is transparent and accountable by highlighting its presence on the ACNC Charity Register. impact is proud to be one of the charities to have received the ACNC's Registered Charity Tick.