Ride for Compassion, the largest fundraising coast-to-coast cycling event in Australia, sees cyclists and support crew take to the road to help raise money for vulnerable children living in poverty. Continue reading “Cyclists Pedal Across Australia in Ride for Compassion”
Over the last decade, the generosity of thousands of Australians has helped more than 300,000 people living in some of the poorest parts of the world to access sight-saving cataract surgery as part of CBM’s Miracles Day. Continue reading “It Costs Less Than a Gold Class Movie to Restore Someone’s Sight”
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: 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: Akos Balogh
Over 4 million Ukrainian refugees have crossed into Europe since the war began, with 350,000 entering Hungary thus far. Continue reading “How Christians Are Helping Ukrainian Refugees In Hungary”
By: Amy Cheng
Christian humanitarian aid organisation Samaritan’s Purse is providing on-the-ground support in Ukraine.
Continue reading “Running Towards the Disaster: Samaritan’s Purse in Ukraine”
World Vision has been gearing up and is ready to assist children affected by the crisis in Ukraine.
Continue reading “World Vision Ready to Support Children Impacted by Ukraine Crisis”
By: Georgia Free
I’m sure most of us have been subjected to some form of surgical procedure at least once in our lives. Wisdom teeth removal, a broken bone, getting an appendix out. Although these surgeries can be a little daunting, they are generally straightforward, safe and accessible. Continue reading “The Nurse Who Found Hope By Living on a Surgery Ship”