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TSAC students raise nearly $7,000 for Cancer Council

For the second year, a group of Year 12 students from The Springfield Anglican College has taken part in the Cancer Council’s Ponytail Project, cutting off their locks to raise nearly $7,000 and provide hair for patients’ wigs

"The Diocesan Anglican Board of Mission (ABM) Committee collects mint-condition and used stamps, and then sells them at auctions around Brisbane to raise money for ABM’ Sustainable Communities projects" (Sarah Gover)

Thousands raised for ABM projects through stamp donations

“I recently asked a couple, ‘Why do you buy stamps from Diocesan Anglican Board of Mission (ABM) auctions?’ and they replied, ‘Because of a trip to the tip.’ I couldn’t leave the conversation there. I had to know more, so I bought a cup of tea, and we sat down for a chat,” says Sarah Gover from the ACSQ Anglican Board of Mission committee and The Parish of North Pine


Flinders students tackle a wheels-a-thon to raise $12,000 for World Bicycle Relief

Students from Prep to Year 6 at Matthew Flinders Anglican College on the Sunshine Coast raised more than $12,000 for World Bicycle Relief by designing a wheels-a-thon challenge. And, as an extra activity, students and their families were invited to cycle the equivalent of the Queensland border perimeter – that’s close to 10,000 kilometres!


How to run a church community market

“Whilst our parish’s community market provides useful revenue for our ministries, it is much more about engaging our local community and giving our creative people the opportunity to sell their goods,” says Pru Haldane from All Saints’, Chermside