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Ruff Night Out: Outdoor Film & Fundraiser for Homeless Pets


When: Saturday 29th September
Where: Greenwich Baths, Albert Street, Greenwich
Time: 6pm-10pm
Cost: $30 adults, $15 kids

This Spring, for ONE NIGHT ONLY, the picturesque Greenwich Baths will transform into a starlit cinema by the seaside for a family-friendly movie night, featuring stunning panoramic views of Sydney's harbour and delicious bites and drinks, as well as live music and tons of activities to keep the kids entertained! This event is proudly brought to you by 'For Pup's Sake' a group of event management students from the University of Technology Sydney. We are working to create a family-friendly movie night with all proceeds raised being donated to the charity, 'Ruff Sleepers', a non-for-profit organisation that provides free pet washing, access to parasitic treatments, and free service referrals for dogs under the care of homeless people and those at risk of homelessness. Come along to RUFF NIGHT OUT and show your support for Ruff Sleepers. Don't miss out on a night of music, food, fun and flicks at one of Sydney's best kept secret beach hideaways! We would like to say a huge thank you to BlueFit, Greenwich Baths and Hildebrandt Locksmiths for making this event possible.

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Article by Joyce.

Diabetes Australia Walk to Work Day 2018


When: Friday 5th October

Now in it's 20th year, Diabetes Australia Walk to Work Day, on Friday 5 October 2018, is an annual event, which helps employers and employees to build regular walking into their daily routine for a healthier workplace and healthier you. Walking regularly is the simplest and most practical way of increasing your daily exercise. Now is a great time to put your feet first and step into your daily routine. Getting off the bus, train or tram a few stops earlier, or leaving your car at least 1km away from work are easy ways to incorporate walking into your daily routine. To support and participate in Diabetes Australia Walk to Work Day, all workplaces are encouraged to raise awareness for Diabetes Australia. For more information and how to donate to Diabetes Australia, please visit

Phone: 9968 4555
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Article by Caitlin.

An Evening at the Three Broomsticks


When: Saturday 3rd November
Where: Australian Brewery, Rouse Hill
Time: 7pm

Be treated to a first class feast, courtesy of our resident witches and wizards (no house elves were exploited in the making of this evening), sip a complimentary Butterbeer upon arrival, or dare to down a Firewhiskey. Be sure to don your house colours and robes to participate in the school photos and bust out your copy of A History of Magic to win some ace prizes. Your ticket includes: Access to the exclusive event. A complimentary drink on arrival. A feast featuring slow roasted and flame kissed meats cooked over an open charcoal flame, vegetarian and vegan options and enough food to satiate the apetite of a giant. Entertainment throughout the night including giveaways and access to exclusive merchandise. Photo opportunities with themed backdrops and props. The opportunity to mingle with like minded witches, wizards, squibs and muggles in an initimate setting. Best of all, all proceeds from this 100% not-for-profit event go directly to Rosie's Place Inc. a place for children, young people and their families who have been impacted by violence including sexual assault, domestic and family violence and other traumas.

Phone: 0411 486 243
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Article by Aneeta.

40K Globe


Were social entrepreneurs with over a decade of experience in building an award-winning social enterprise. Its taken that long because weve been committed to getting it right. It all started in 2005, Clary Castrission OAM and Karyn Avery, two uni students from Sydney at the time, took a holiday to India that would change their lives forever. Upon returning to Sydney they naively believed if they could raise AUD$40 000 so they could build a school for a quarry community outside Bangalore. The first 5 years of 40Ks life was dedicated to building the school. After the school opened, 40K set about changing the business model for 40K away from philanthropy towards social business. 40K changed both its education project focus in India so that it could become more scalable, as well as its funding model. Today 40K runs learning pods for 1,000 children that teach English for primary aged children through technology. 40K Globe was born for the reason that we wanted to pass on everything we have learnt to university students so that they can approach social impact responsibly.

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