Basket of goodies!


This is the little basket of goodies in the office at work. Everyone love the goodies in this basket… especially when it’s been a long day and you just need some sugar or chips to get you through the arvo! Sue, our accounts lady runs this basket of goodies. Ironically, she’s also the fruit lady, trying to keep us all healthy by putting out fresh fruit every day (maybe to offset the goodies!).

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Most have probably experienced ‘information overload’… But have you ever experienced ‘generosity overload’?

OverloadI don’t know about you, but I get bombarded by people or organisations asking for my money…asking me to donate, to give, to partner… to be generous! Whether it be a charity organisation just running their usual donation call or it’s in response to the latest natural disaster (and how many of these have there been lately!), there is always a good reason for someone to be asking for your generosity.

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Meet ‘Tenny’


This is ‘Tenny’ – well actually his name is Yeabsira Kidanie Tenny, but in true Aussie spirit we gave him a nickname (plus its way easier to say!).

Tenny is our Compassion sponsor child. We’ve had Tenny for a few years now, and its been awesome to see him grow up each year! When we picked Tenny, we really didn’t know what to look for in choosing a sponsor kid except we knew we wanted one quite young and from Ethopia. Tenny was one of the hundreds of cute little faces on the Compassion website who needed some love…

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New iPad… I want one!

The new iPad comes out in a week…

Even though I currently already have one (work gave me one), Apple is doing a great job convincing me that I need the new one… society says I need to upgrade to the new one…

If I can part with the money to have a luxury item like this, why should it be so hard to part with the same, or less money to give to someone who doesn’t even know what an iPad is and would just love an apple to eat…

Check out the iPad 2 – (caution you’ll be tempted to buy one!)

Or another option – for about the same amount you could help to train a teacher in Zambia, pay their salary and ultimately invest into the lives of the next generation of needy kids… check it out: