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Gaza Appeal

Tarek is a 5 year old boy who is suffering from severe post-traumatic stress disorder following the 2014 war in Gaza.

Help heal children like Tarek and bring hope for the future to Gaza.

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Gaza Appeal

Ration Challenge

Take the Act for Peace Ration Challenge. Survive on the same rations as a Burmese refugee for one week and get sponsored to do it.

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Ration Challenge

Nepal Appeal

A second powerful earthquake has struck Nepal, after the first killed more than 8,000 people and left thousands more injured. Desperate rescue operations are underway to find survivors in the rubble amidst the many aftershocks. Give now to support local partners already on the ground helping with the relief efforts.

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Nepal Appeal

Vanuatu Emergency

Tropical Cyclone Pam has changed Vanuatu on Saturday and the country has been left devastated. With homes destroyed, lives lost and many more at risk, the people of Vanuatu need your help.

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Vanuatu Emergency

What We do

We believe that when people all over the world work together, big changes really are possible. We’re passionate about building a better world. And that’s why we've made it our mission to act in partnership with other passionate people, like you, across the globe to achieve safety, justice and dignity in communities threatened by conflict and natural disaster. We don’t think there is any task more important. Thank you for joining us.

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When people across the world come together and take action, huge changes are possible. So, whether you campaign, fundraise, donate or volunteer, you’ll be joining thousands of others who want to help build a better world. Get involved now

Support Refugees

The number of people forced to flee their homes has exceeded 50 million for the first time since the second world war. This needs to change. Australia needs a humanitarian refugee policy.

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