The Rosies Newsletter is out now and available for download – click here for your copy!
Our front cover tells the story of Lucy* a teenager who ran away from home. She dropped out of school and faces homelessness. Her story is unfortunately too common.
In this edition we join our volunteers in our Youth Detention Centre Outreach.
We also launch our “cuppa4rosies” campaign and acknowledge the amazing initiatives taken from the many schools and youth groups around the state.
Rosies is the longest serving community organisation at the Gold Coast Schoolies. As such we will operate a Recharge Zone outreach where participant can sit, relax and recover.
While you’re at it, why not print out a copy to leave in the lunch room?
28 February 2016
Rosies is the proud charity partner for the SkyPoint Sea to Sky Q1 stair challenge. By getting together with a friend or two and taking on Australia’s biggest building you can make a difference by supporting our Friends on the street.
So come on, bring your friends and get ready to face your highest urban challenge in Australia!
The cause and the view from the top of the observation level at SkyPoint are worth it.
30 August 2015
The Bridge to Brisbane Fun Run will take place on Sunday August 30. Whether you run by yourself or as part of a team we would like you to nominate Rosies as your charity of choice. All fundraising is done online. You can set up up your own fundraising page. Each registrant must have their own official everydayhero Bridge to Brisbane fundraising page. You can still be part of a team but you just need to be an individual first.
Click here to fundraise for Rosies.
3-9 August 2015
Jon Martlew, our Team Coordinator in Toowoomba, and Nat Spary (the BASE soup kitchen) will be sleeping rough during this year Homeless Prevention Week 3 – 9 August 2015. Jon and Nat aim to raise awareness of homelessness. Jon wants to experience a glimpse of what “homelessness” is all about. “I see this as an opportunity for me to experience some of the physical and emotional discomforts experienced by those who are homeless”.
Click here to support Jon.