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Bucket collectors

By collecting public donations you can make one of the most direct contributions to Act for Peace’s efforts and support our programs in a variety of conflict ridden and natural disaster prone countries.

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How you can help

One of the most direct ways you can contribute Act for Peace’s programs overseas is through tapping in to the generosity of the average Australian on the street. You can make a large contribution in just one day by hitting the streets or your local shopping centre and collecting donations from the public. Volunteer in a group of friends or as a chance to meet new people with similar passions and make a huge difference by donating a small amount of your time to Act for Peace.

We’re here to help:

Jeff Wild – Victoria and Tasmania
T: (03) 9650 6811 E: jwild@actforpeace.org.au

Virginia Macaspac – South Australia and Western Australia
T: (08) 8232 7071 E: vmacaspac@actforpeace.org.au

Peter Wotherspoon – Queensland and Northern Territory
T: (07) 3369 6792 E: pwotherspoon@actforpeace.org.au

Sadie Moore – New South Wales and ACT
T: (02) 8259 0837 E: smoore@actforpeace.org.au

More ways to take action

Help keep families at risk from landslides safe by providing training in disaster risk reduction in schools. Training helps children to identify risks and warning signs of landslides, and teaches them how to keep safe if one happens.

Take the Act for Peace Ration Challenge and eat the same rations as a Syrian refugee during Refugee Week (19-26 June 2016). Raise money to support refugees who have lost everything, and challenge perspectives – including your own.

Right now, thousands of innocent people are fleeing Syria every day to protect their families from bloodshed, violence and death. We need your support to provide emergency relief packs to the families fleeing in Syria.