World Families Australia:
Is a community based, not for profit, non-sectarian organization, providing international aid through relief and development projects.
Is an incorporated organisation coordinated primarily by volunteers to provide the greatest benefit to overseas projects.
Has Project Officers (volunteers) with relationships in specific overseas countries enabling the organization to respond to needs where they have been identified.
Works within the Ausaid and Taxation Office guidelines.
Facilitates support for members of the adoption community.
Providing funds or donations to more than
1200 children and projects in 9 countries
2. See photos of children who have had life changing operations:
4. Click on this link to view a wonderful video clip from Jean Hopman's recent trip to Jimma in Ethiopia, showing the beauty of the country and the on-going need for support. The clip promotes the need for the library in the Jimma School and also visits Bonga.
“Best Dressed 2013” marketplace on KID independent has commenced. A portion from the sales of the dresses will be donated to WFA (a new dress is showcased each day) to help with schooling costs for the kids in Liwan.
You can view the details at:
You can view the first dress at:
Children's Aid Network Incorporated (CANI) is a registered charity that can be found on Facebook or their website: www.cani.org.au
Its mission is to provide help, support and raise awareness of children in need and thus providing them with quality of life and a passion to achieve.
CANI will have a campaign for May called "May I Can I" to help support children by giving up something in the month of May ie: take out, take away coffee, chocolate etc., and donate the money you save by going without to CANI. The committee would like to donate all this money to one of the World Families projects in Ethiopia.