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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : May 6th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, May 7, 2009 29 LIFESTYLE www.innerwestweekly.com.au BridgeClimb has mum on top of the world Enter for a chance to win a family BridgeClimb. TREAT mum to a family adventure with BridgeClimb. This is a memorable way to celebrate Mother's Day with the family sharing a climb to the summit of the Harbour Bridge. BridgeClimb Sydney is giving readers a chance to win a family pass (two adults and two children) Blue Gift Certificate, valid for a year. To book, visit www.bridgeclimb.com or call 8274 7775 today. The Inner-West Weekly, in conjunction, with BridgeClimb has a family gift certifi- cate to give away to readers. For a chance to win go to www.innerwestweekly.com.au and click on the competition link. Alternatively, on the back of an envelope put your name, address, the name of this paper, and in 25 words or less why you would like to win. Send it to BridgeClimb, GPO Box 6062, Parramatta Business Centre 2150. Entries close Friday, May 15. Winners will be notified by mail. Any personal information you provide will be used for this competition alone, will not be provided to any third party and will be destroyed following this competition. Full terms and conditions are available at www.innerwestweekly.com.au Guests are sure to have a ball THE Coffee4Kids Foundation presents the RFS Coffee4Kids Charity Ball on Friday from 7pm at WatervieW Convention Centre, Bicentennial Park, Sydney Olympic Park. Tickets cost $85 and include starters on arrival, a three-course meal, charity auc- tion, raffle prizes plus entertainment throughout the night featuring The Enor- mous Horns. A cash bar is available to guests 18 years or over. Free parking available at the venue and shuttle bus available from RFS head- quarters. For ticket sales, accommodation pack- ages and details, email c4k@coffee4kids .org.au or call Carolyn Cuello on 8741 5220 or Peter Marshall on 8741 5127. Please include dietary requirements. All profits go directly to The Children's Hospital at Westmead and the Victorian Bush Fire Appeal. Big appeal needs help to hit $73m THE Salvation Army says it will cost more than $500 million to run the charity's support programs in the coming year and is appealing for everyone to be generous when Red Shield Appeal volunteers come knock- ing on May 23 and 24. Despite the tough economic times, the Salvos are hoping to raise $73 million from the doorknock. Its support programs include crisis ac- commodation, employment, counselling and addiction recovery services. ''Here, in Australia, we have a huge capacity to support each other generously and whole-heartedly,'' national patron Governor-General Quentin Bryce said at last week's launch of this year's campaign. More than 400 busi- ness leaders attended the launch. But Salvation Army spokesman Paul Kinder said it would be a tough year. ''With budgets for corporate philanthropy tightening we will be relying more than ever on generous individuals with the capacity to make significant gifts on top of their company giving,'' he said. The state government pledged $200,000. State Gaming and Racing Minister Kevin Greene, who has been involved with the appeal for the past four years as chairman of the south area, said it was important to help those who needed it. ''I encourage people, if they're available, to give some of their time on the appeal weekend to assist the Salvation Army,'' he said. ''Red Shield volunteers will be out trying to get in touch with every home, and every person who can help will make a differ- ence.'' Those interested in donating or in volun- teering to be a collector can call 13 72 58. Donations can also be made at www.salvos.org.au Ox ygen. Water. Cash flow.
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