Give a gift to remote Australia this Christmas
They do not need a goat or a pig and they definitely have enough cows in the paddock, but you can still give a gift this Christmas that will make a difference to people living in outback Australia.
Frontier Services Christmas Gift Cards provide an opportunity to buy a gift for someone that will keep giving long after the tinsel comes down and the sales are over.
Each gift will have a direct impact on people living in remote Australia throughout the year to come.
You can select:
- Help educate a young person from a remote area. For $25, you can support the cost of a student to live in a Student Group Home when there is no high school closer to home.
- Give the gift of a helping hand for a family in the bush. For $50, you can support a volunteer placement through the Outback Links program that connects volunteers with isolated families who need an extra helping hand.
- Fill the tank of a patrol minister. For $100, you can assist a patrol minister to cover 500km visiting isolated families to provide practical and emotional support.
- Alternatively, you can select a gift amount to support the work of Frontier Services as a whole.
“In the past year, record-breaking floods, cyclones and bushfires have impacted on the lives of many people living in remote Australia. Many were left not only to rebuild homes and fences, but also their livelihoods,” said Frontier Services National Development Manager Gabriel Lacoba.
“Many of the families with whom Frontier Services works are a long way from mainstream services. It can be very hard — or at times impossible — for them to access support.”
“By purchasing a Frontier Services Christmas gift card you will help us to ensure that no one is alone – no matter where they live.”
After selecting your gift, you will be sent a card with a description of your gift and a Christmas message for the person who is to receive it.
Check out the Frontier Services gift cards here.
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