Events & Campaigns

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Saturday 12 March, 2022

The LBW Annual Dinner

 

The LBW Trust is celebrating 16 years of providing educational opportunities for young men and women in the developing world and on behalf of the Board of Directors, we invite you join us at this year’s Annual LBW Trust Dinner.  

In 2022 our Annual Dinner will be held at Royal Randwick Racecourse on Saturday, 12th March. 

Over the course of the evening, LBW Trust’s work with our students will be highlighted. Further guest speaker details will be available shortly. 

Arrival & Pre-Dinner Drinks: 6.30pm Dinner: 7.30pm
Dress Code: Lounge Suit 

 

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Sunday 6 February 2022

National Backyard Cricket
 

National Backyard Cricket is a community event to raise funds to level the global playing field in education. We believe Australians can come together to create transformative educational opportunities for disadvantaged young men and women in cricket-playing nations.

The official date is Sunday 6th February 2022, but you can host your Backyard Cricket Game anytime that works for you.

Every dollar you raise will help fund Batting for Change’s education initiatives in country libraries around Australia and the world in cricket playing nations to level the playing field in education.

 

Everyone deserves an education, every student deserves an opportunity to realise their potential, and to create their own future. Together, we can transform disadvantage into opportunity, allowing our students to Learn for a Better World.

Register Here

 

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Ongoing

Women for Change Mobile Phone Recycling Project

You can help the planet and educate Kenyan girls simply by donating your mobile phones or tablets.

 

With your help, we can recycle and re-purpose devices donated by individuals, schools, universities and businesses, raising funds to provide vital education for Kenyan girls.

 

We accept all mobile phones, tablets and associated accessories in any condition.

For more information, visit the WFC Mobile Phone Recycling Project

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