Meet Constance. As a child, she was nicknamed ‘elephant cub’ because she was large, and she loved to box. Now she calls herself a ‘mother elephant’. This is what we see in this film: Constance as a protective, sometimes angry mother elephant, with much at stake. Buy tickets for our film screening now by clicking the link in our bio!
Our Constance on the Edge film screening is happening in 10 DAYS! It is a great film that casts a new light on the refugee experience in Australia - you do not want to miss it. Click the link in our bio to purchase tickets before they sell out!
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Kitten season has hit the rescue hard... we have had been inundated with kittens and cats, many of them sick. This has left us in a difficult financial position.
In an attempt to raise much needed funds, we are seeking new & second hand goods that you may no longer need or want any more. These will be sold at local swap meets that our rescue regularly attends.
If you have anything you are able to donate- please either pm us or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have collection points at Hamersly, Secret Harbour, Nollamara, Kingsley & Clarkson. However, if there is a significant amount to donate, a collection can be arranged.
I've been encouraging clients to build experiential items from scratch using their networks rather than selling consignment experiences or physical items. This one paid off big time.
We started selling a $100 bill as a "warm up" and that brought in $1,000.
The Upton 43 Chef Tabke brought in $2,000 and they offered to give it a second time ($4K total!!)
The signed book and experience went for $800 (retails at $40)
The front row seats to the highschool spring musical went for a whopping $2,100!
This was for a public school performing arts program. Their Burning Desire and silent auction added about another $60,000 to their revenue for the night.