By: Mariska Meldrum
In my role as Campaign Manager for CBM’s Miracles Day – which this year celebrates 10 years of transforming lives in some of the world’s poorest places – people often ask me how their donation makes a difference in providing somebody the gift of sight. Continue reading “Graduate, Dancer, Business Person: How a Miracle Changed Joanna’s Life”
It wasn’t too long ago that nine-year-old Sabina from Nepal could not see. The little girl was one of the estimated 94 million people around the world living with cataracts, a condition that clouds the lens of the eye, making it feel like seeing through a foggy windscreen. Continue reading “10 years of Miracles Day: Sight to the Blind, More Than 300,000 Times”
When 12-year-old Catie decided to support CBM’s annual Miracles Day, she wanted to go one step further than donating her pocket money. Continue reading “Caitie’s Commitment: Two Months’ Pocket Money, and an Eye Patch!”
Matthew had just turned one when his parents Steven and Lydia realised he wasn’t the same as other little boys. Continue reading “Matthew Needs a Miracle”
By: Celeste Stevens
Pastor Willie Dumas says NAIDOC week is important as it unites us together to create change, and teaches us more about how we can learn from one another.
Continue reading “NAIDOC Week Encourages an All-In Community Celebration”
By: Micaela Aboody
It’s a challenge that gives you the opportunity to understand what life is like for someone as a refugee. Continue reading “Could You Survive Off the Same Rations as a Refugee?”
By: Michael Crooks
Despite the struggle of the pandemic during the Christmas period, Australians still showed their thoughts were with others.
Continue reading “Shoeboxes of Love for Christmas: “They Bring So Much Joy””
By: Justin Rouillon
As Mother’s Day approaches, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Shannon Fentiman has encouraged anyone buying their mum a gift to remember their consumer rights.
Continue reading “Make Mother’s Day Memorable For All the Right Reasons”
By: Steff Willis
This Mother’s Day will see streets across Australia turn pink as thousands get active for breast cancer research. Continue reading “Getting Fit to Fight Cancer at the Mother’s Day Classic”
By: Amy Cheng
International Women’s Day (IWD), Tuesday 8 March, is an opportunity to celebrate women but also to lament about how women have been treated, an academic and mentor to young women has said.
Continue reading “Dr Katrina Clifford Helping Change Problematic College Cultures for Women”