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A campaign for the charity Share the Dignity

Overview: Share the Dignity distribute feminine products and toiletries to women who are homeless or fleeing domestic violence. They assist those in need through collecting thousands of packs of products and toiletries each year, through collection drives and campaigns, then distributing them to women’s refuges, domestic violence shelters, indigenous communities, homelessness charities, drought-stricken farmers and to young people in foster care.

Campaign: The 2020 “It’s In The Bag” campaign will run from the 20th of November until the 29th of November. Drop off points will be available at Bunnings stores nationwide.

Pine Rivers Rotary - purpose of the project: Pine Rivers Rotary participates in the #itsintheBag charity drive to put together personal packs for the campaign and encourages others to do the same. Pine Rivers Rotary has put together suitable bags or backpacks with products and toiletries for women, teenage girls, and babies.

Drop-off: Pine Rivers Rotary will hand over more than 70 filled bags / backpacks on Sunday 22nd November at 10:00am at Bunnings Lawnton.

We are seeking more people to assist. If you would like to make additional packs available, please contact Patricia Riley, our club president, at president.pinerivers@rotary9600.org

Our club is proud to be a host club for Elly, a Rotary Peace Scholar now studying at the University of Queensland.

Elly is from Honduras, Central America. She told us about her country and some of the challenges faced by the people. Honduras has a population of approximately 9.5 million with the capital, Tegucigalpa, being the largest city.
 

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