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“You just don’t know if that person could be you out on the street” – AON

The Rotary Nomads are on a mission to help homeless women and have got together with friends at their headquarters at Wacol to help fill bags with essential items and special gifts.

It’s all part of the annual Share the Dignity ‘It’s in the Bag’ Christmas appeal where volunteers from all over the country are filling thousands of bags with a range of items and then dropping them off at local Bunnings stores.

The campaign runs from the 20th to the 29th November and donations are sadly expected to be down this year due to COVID-19.

 

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