Cafe Chat Discussion

  • queenie
    queenie
    Posted on:
    4th Mar 2010 04:47pm

    Last Post 23rd Nov 2012
    Replies     12

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    this is a very needy charity and needs public help so y dont we all dig deap and help this needy group ph 1800774744 if u can donate this group supports familys of murdered victims so please no prank calls

  • jgb
    jgb
    Posted on:
    13th Apr 2010 02:22pm

    jgb says: You do not mention the groups name!
    What would be better than throwing money at this group, would be to organize yourselves and make the government change its sentencing laws, so that criminals feel the full weight of the law and are not pampered because someone looked at them the wrong way when they were kids.
    Better still vote labor out at the next elections.

  • queenie
    queenie
    Posted on:
    14th Apr 2010 08:18am

    jgb says: You do not mention the groups name!
    What would be better than throwing money at this group, would be to organize yourselves and make the government change its sentencing laws, so that criminals...

    queenie says: we are trying to get laws changed and have been for years believe me we want this more than anything but you no what the government is like and i dont vote labor anyway but changing laws is very difficult and our group is dedicated to helping people through the worst nightmare anyone could ever go through we even provide respite as well as court support and every thing else and for many years and as you would no this all cost and although the government helps its not enough

  • stretch
    stretch
    Posted on:
    8th Jun 2011 02:28pm

    queenie says: we are trying to get laws changed and have been for years believe me we want this more than anything but you no what the government is like and i dont vote labor anyway but changing laws is very...

    stretch says: if you want a small lot of political crud have a quiety look at what else is hiding in the salvation army halls
    we have enough of the police hiding from real work at the police station
    this time they have a business inside of a business and it rakes in heaps of dollars and the general public has not heard the last of it


  • frilly
    frilly
    Posted on:
    14th Jul 2010 06:35pm

    frilly says: You do not give an actual name for your Charity, who are you trying to help and in what way exactly please?

  • seranita
    seranita
    Posted on:
    19th Jul 2010 08:31pm

    seranita says: well there are so many charities, and some of us do what we can given our circumstances.When unable to give actual money, I give food and good quality clothing and unwanted houhold overflow and goods to be sold in op shops and shop at these myself.The only clue in your plea mentions "support for families of mudered victims.".That sounds a great idea.Once again not all of us have money to give as we are struggling to keep up with our own costs.
    Good luck

  • joany
    joany
    Posted on:
    16th Nov 2010 11:16pm

    joany says: I am on a pension so cannot give a lot but I try to give something to Catholic programs for deaf students from age of diagnosis to Year 12 because Government funding is inequitable.

    The other charity I support is Caritas, a welfare/disaster relief group in nearly two hundred countries. However I made a protest when they sent me glossy newsletters and threatened to stop the donation unless they desisted. I can read about their activities online.

  • 19chris51
    19chris51
    Posted on:
    27th Nov 2010 01:40pm

    joany says: I am on a pension so cannot give a lot but I try to give something to Catholic programs for deaf students from age of diagnosis to Year 12 because Government funding is inequitable.

    The...

    19chris51 says: I`m on limited very limited funds as a carer, I am not complaining about that, have you seen the catholic clubs and the money they make.....................I agree we should help children/students who do have these disabilities,but my goodness the catholic church is VERY,VERY RICH

  • anie
    anie
    Posted on:
    4th Nov 2012 10:10am

    19chris51 says: I`m on limited very limited funds as a carer, I am not complaining about that, have you seen the catholic clubs and the money they make.....................I agree we should help children/students...

    anie says: Some charities are rich but they need to sustain their riches for their long term goals, the welfare system in Australia is really a system that would work if people on benefits would mot fell that they had to have, working families go without, even the rich often have to budget, Carer are a group that really need to have a good case manager to ensure they get everthing they are entitled to, my hats off to u the system is in need of fairness and realist funding Personally i bring in my income my husband is in full time care, because i am under 55 my house is an asset, i do not have any help --try dental care costs, long term credit gets me by for how i dont think about it good luck to you

  • 19chris51
    19chris51
    Posted on:
    4th Nov 2012 08:48pm

    anie says: Some charities are rich but they need to sustain their riches for their long term goals, the welfare system in Australia is really a system that would work if people on benefits would mot fell that...

    19chris51 says: Dear anie It really breaks my heart to hear what you are going through, with your husband, and being that you are still of a youngish age , have no help,it does not seem fair, I take my hat off to you,.My situation is still the same, or rather a little worse as I am not living in my own home and have to pay full market rent, but never the less, we can get by, noyt much extra, but we get by ,and I still have my beautiful son, that is the BIGGEST plus. that does not seem fair, your house is an asset, What about age pensioners, there houses are not assests, makes me so mad, I can not keep going on, or else I will get into hot water, too much unfairness.


  • anie
    anie
    Posted on:
    6th Nov 2012 08:11pm

    19chris51 says: Dear anie It really breaks my heart to hear what you are going through, with your husband, and being that you are still of a youngish age , have no help,it does not seem fair, I take my hat off to...

    anie says: chris51 In the long term I feel that I will be ahead, as I have little to pay off the house, but it needs a lot of work. you are right our children are are biggest assets the law changes all the time i feel that when i turn 55 they will raise the age, when i was 47 the asset free on the house was 50 when i turned 50 it rose to 55, try talking to centrelink THey say that I live in my father house and should be paying rent, or that the house is a holiday home because their paper work is for aged pensioners They helped me fill the paperwork out then said I misled them i get so annoyed I earn slightly more than the cut off for benifits I hope good thing s come your way

  • stretch
    stretch
    Posted on:
    8th Jun 2011 02:26pm

    stretch says: what murdered victims
    are you the salvation army what is your rank in the force
    where is the correct logo for collection of donations numbers
    we have just found the salvation army has a amall army of police investigators and informers within the store
    where are you based
    sorry but no cash as dont donate not even my time unless uncovering where police and the likes hide
    this week
    the salvation army gets it with both barrels


  • emee
    emee
    Posted on:
    23rd Nov 2012 10:02pm

    emee says: I felt sorry of the family of murdered victims,but if i have enough money to help why not,,

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