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Making a difference this Christmas

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Statistics show that 105,237 Australians are homeless and turn to support networks every week. 44% of these people identify as women.

A huge amount of these women will not receive anything for Christmas this year and that’s not okay with RPP’s Friday breakfast team, Cindy and Daz. They have been working closely with Share the Dignity for the past four years helping to ensure homeless and at risk women receive the basic of necessities such as pads and tampons to give them the dignity they deserve at the time they need it most.

Cindy & Daz got busy Friday delivering to The Peninsula Crisis Centre almost 90 brand new beautifully packed bags containing shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, pads, tampons, and little luxuries that will no doubt create smiles we will never see. Each bag also contained a novel, note pad, pencils, colouring book, a piece of jewellery and personally hand written notes to let these ladies know that someone is thinking of them this Christmas.

RPPFM are humbled to be associated with such a meaningful initiative.

Pictured L – R
Shenice & Stephanie – Peninsula Crisis Centre. Daz & Cindy.

Written by: Daz

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