After the rain…

Two weeks ago our outreach venue in Beenleigh went under water. The local train station where the Rosies community meet was completely flooded. Patrons and volunteers alike suffered from the weather conditions but remain in good spirits. The Beenleigh Rosies teams went back on the street as soon as they possibly could. As a matter of fact our …

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Toowoomba Volunteers Participate in their First Fundraiser

In early April Toowoomba volunteers were offered the opportunity to participate in a fundraising BBQ at the Harvey Norman Centre with the proceeds to be used for the ongoing work of Rosies outreaches. Our Rosies marquee added a carnival atmosphere to the special Car Park sale which was held at the Harvey Norman Shopping Complex. …

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Rosies featured in the Cairns Diocesan News

Rosies Cairns branch features in this year CAIRNS DIOCESAN NEWS EASTER edition (you can read the article below). This year Rosies celebrates its 30th birthday. Rosies was founded by an Oblate of Mary Immaculate priest (OMI) in the beachside suburb of Melbourne called Rosebud, hence the name Rosies. Throughout  Queensland, we operate in many suburbs …

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Rosies welcomes the Broncos on outreach

Rosies- friends on the street was Broncos charity partner at the last NRL round as part of the Catholic charity’s 30th birthday. A regiment of Rosies volunteers from all over South East Queensland took over Suncorp Stadium on March 24 for the game against the Raiders. Meanwhile a couple of Broncos players, Tevita Pangai and …

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Rosies at the Broncos

Rosies visited the Broncos this morning. Broncos help Rosies celebrate 30th Birthday – Broncos For more than three decades Rosies has been helping those doing it tough so let’s help make their 30th birthday one to remember this Friday night when the Broncos take on the Raiders. You can help the Broncos support the not-for-profit …

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Broncos help Rosies celebrate 30th Birthday

The Broncos have been playing for nearly 30 years and Rosies has been helping Queenslanders doing it tough for 30 years. Rosies Patron, Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove has seen first-hand its army of volunteers making a difference on the street and off the street. Rosies will be raising funds and awareness to support the work …

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Rosies National Newsletter Autumn 2017

The Rosies Newsletter is out now and available for download – click here for your copy! In this edition we continue to celebrate our 30th birthday. Rosies General Manager Andrew offers us a spiritual refresher based on a reflection on the Rosies Prayer. On the journey we meet with some inspiring figures such as Nicole who raised …

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The support keeps coming

Wynnum Manly shared Christmas on the Street for the first time in 2016 (photo below). Bags from Share the Dignity, hampers from Wellington Manor and Ausbuild were distributed amongst our patrons. Thanks everyone for helping us help others. The support keeps coming with the Port of Brisbane Rotary hosting an Auction of Promises at Villanova …

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Toowoomba ready for a trip to Paris

The branch has been nominated as charity of choice by the Red Rose Fund for their upcoming Gala Ball ‘Voyage a Paris‘. to be held in Toowoomba on June 16. What an inspirational group of women giving back to their community! The ongoing support from the Toowoomba community ensures that three nights a week friendship …

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Friendship network

Christmas on the Street typifies the friendship network which continues to blossom wherever Rosies outreaches. In Caloundra, some 25 volunteers joined forces with Club Kawana (baked dinner), Barber’s Shed (free grooming), Rotary Club (special hampers), family (special gifts) and Orange Sky Laundry. Of course, this spirit of giving continues in 2017 for our very appreciative …

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