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Amazon September 2018

By: Aley Hammond, AMAZON , Volunteer at Thread TogetherOn Friday 3rd of August, a group of 10 Amazonians headed to Thread Together to donate their time sorting, packing and delivering new, fully tagged, never been worn before clothing and shoes to people in our...

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Newsletter September

COMING TOGETHER FOR OUR FARMERS Farming communities are in crisis, with little income and limited access to resources. Being described as the worst drought on record, according to the NSW Government, 100% of NSW is now officially in drought.  Thread Together's mission...

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Coming together to make a difference

By: Annie Pryor, Boody Australia, Volunteer at Thread Together What I learned from taking part in a Program for Purpose Every now and then you read an article, see something on tv or go to an event that just resonates with you. It keeps you thinking about it for days,...

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The correlation between choice and privilege

By Jennifer Rowan - intern at Thread Together THE POWER BEHIND CHOICE I have never recognised the correlation that exists between choice and privilege. My mates always remark that I am indecisive and can never make a decision while choosing a dish at a restaurant or...

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Interning in Australia: a gratifying and powerful experience

By Jennifer Rowan - Intern at Thread Together  My name is Jennifer Rowan and I am honored to currently be an intern at Thread Together. I am a rising third year student at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania. Being and intern has been such a gratifying and...

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New Clothing Hub in Canberra

In June 2018 Thread Together and St Vincent de Paul officially opened and launched their Thread Together Clothing Hub @ Vinnies. It was plan that had been brewing for some time...  To be precise, about 6 months ago, Thread Together Founder Andie Halas and thread...

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Charity partner – Kalumburu Strong Women’s Centre

Kalumburu Strong Womens Centre is set up as a Domestic Violence Shelter for those women and children escaping violence in their community. In addition they provide women support service by linking them to key programs and services. They also provide educational...

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