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NACare Disaster Relief Kits Ready for Dispatch

NACare Disaster Relief Kits Ready for Dispatch

Volunteers have been busily sorting through the 13,855 individual items referred to in our 27 NOV 2017 news article. The first batch of disaster relief kits are ready for dispatch to disaster areas in Fiji and the South Pacific as needed. There are several different kits, one contains 25 teddy bears to give the little ones something to help comfort them, 4 versions of mixed clothing, 3 versions of personal hygiene kits, and 2 versions of blanket set kits. All the donated items including the bags are brand new products.

$100,000 Donation Destined For Fiji

$100,000 Donation Destined For Fiji

NACare received a very generous donation of $100,000 to be used for disaster assistance in Fiji. Approximately 13,855 individual items were purchased with the donated funds according to the donation parameters. These items include new clothing for children and adults, detergent, disinfectant and personal hygiene products.

Support for Fiji Islands devastated by Cyclone Winston

Support for Fiji Islands devastated by Cyclone Winston

Towns and villages in the Fiji Islands were decimated by cyclone Winston, the strongest recorded tropical storm in the Pacific region during the evening of Saturday 20 February 2016. The response to the call for donations to assist in the recovery was quick and generous allowing NACare to provide basic needs for families that who had lost almost everything.

Australia’s new charity

Australia’s new charity

nac.today reports on the new NACare Charity: "We kept getting requests from our members over the years, Carley Love, the events coordinator of the New Apostolic Church Australia says, asking whether the national Church could not found its own charity..."

Read the full article on nac.today: http://nac.today/en/a/316467

Move-a-thon 2015

Move-a-thon 2015

Saturday, 24 October was a very special day for all congregations of the New Apostolic Church on the Australian continent. It had been planned as a national day of fellowship where each congregation was invited to plan some fellowship activities for the members as well as fundraise for the newly formed charity NACare.