$8,495.01
$100,000
Camels for Drought Relief Aussie Helpers
Camels for Drought Relief
$8,495.01
$100,000
Aussie Helpers
Camels for Drought Relief
Camels for Drought Relief

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2393 days ago, Camels for Drought Relief created this page in support of Aussie Helpers.

With the help of Team Camels for Drought Relief, Camels for Drought Relief gave everything:

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  • Shared their page with everyone they could.

  • Received 42 donations from generous family and friends.

  • Raised $8,495.01.

My Story

Camels for Drought Relief is a unique initiative to raise money for affected farmers, station owners and other Australians in our worst ever recorded drought in history.

Camels were brought into Australia in the late 1800's to help build the outback. Unfortunately, many pastoralists now see camels as a pest. Camels for Drought Relief is about camels fulfilling their original purpose in Australia - building the outback.

Evan Casey and Hannah Purss will be trekking nearly 2000 kilometres, from Alice Springs to Port Pirie , from July - November 2014 with their wild camels and camel wagon to raise funds and awareness for Aussie Helpers (aussiehelpers.org.au)

"Brian and Nerida Egan established Aussie Helpers on 21 May 2002 to help fight poverty and lift the spirits of those severely affected by drought in the outback.
From what they saw around them and what they heard from people in the bush Brian and Nerida felt that no organization was doing anything significant to help families 
suffering the full effects of the worst drought in living history."

"The beneficiaries of Aussie Helpers activities are genuine people who are going through really tough times. The majority of the people Aussie Helpers deal with would not ask for help nor expect it. Once these farmers get back on their feet the flow on will benefit the rural communities and country towns."

If you would like to help us PLEASE DONATE HERE
Otherwise if you would like to come along for part of this trek or you cant help financially but can assist in another way, or just have a question, please don't hesitate to contact us.
facebook.com/camels4drought
twitter.com/camels4drought
instagram.com/camels4drought
phone: 0408 026 937 or 0457 250 596

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Team Camels for Drought Relief

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Australian Camels for Drought Relief is a unique initiative to raise money for affected farmers, station owners and other Australians in our worst ever recorded drought in history.

Camels were brought into Australia in the late 1800's to help build the outback. Unfortunately, many pastoralists now see camels as a pest. Camels for Drought Relief is about camels fulfilling their original purpose in Australia - building the outback.

Evan Casey and Hannah Purss will be trekking nearly 2000 kilometres, from Alice Springs to Adelaide, from July - November 2014 with their wild camels and camel wagon to raise funds and awareness for Aussie Helpers (aussiehelpers.org.au)

"Brian and Nerida Egan established Aussie Helpers on 21 May 2002 to help fight poverty and lift the spirits of those severely affected by drought in the outback.
From what they saw around them and what they heard from people in the bush Brian and Nerida felt that no organization was doing anything significant to help families 
suffering the full effects of the worst drought in living history."

"The beneficiaries of Aussie Helpers activities are genuine people who are going through really tough times. The majority of the people Aussie Helpers deal with would not ask for help nor expect it. Once these farmers get back on their feet the flow on will benefit the rural communities and country towns."

If you would like to help us or even come along for part of this trek, please don't hesitate to contact us.
facebook.com/camelsfordroughtrelief
twitter.com/camels4drought
instagram.com/camels4drought
phone: 0408 026 937 or 0457 250 596

Visit Team
Team

Team Camels for Drought Relief

Cfdr logo

Australian Camels for Drought Relief is a unique initiative to raise money for affected farmers, station owners and other Australians in our worst ever recorded drought in history.

Camels were brought into Australia in the late 1800's to help build the outback. Unfortunately, many pastoralists now see camels as a pest. Camels for Drought Relief is about camels fulfilling their original purpose in Australia - building the outback.

Evan Casey and Hannah Purss will be trekking nearly 2000 kilometres, from Alice Springs to Adelaide, from July - November 2014 with their wild camels and camel wagon to raise funds and awareness for Aussie Helpers (aussiehelpers.org.au)

"Brian and Nerida Egan established Aussie Helpers on 21 May 2002 to help fight poverty and lift the spirits of those severely affected by drought in the outback.
From what they saw around them and what they heard from people in the bush Brian and Nerida felt that no organization was doing anything significant to help families 
suffering the full effects of the worst drought in living history."

"The beneficiaries of Aussie Helpers activities are genuine people who are going through really tough times. The majority of the people Aussie Helpers deal with would not ask for help nor expect it. Once these farmers get back on their feet the flow on will benefit the rural communities and country towns."

If you would like to help us or even come along for part of this trek, please don't hesitate to contact us.
facebook.com/camelsfordroughtrelief
twitter.com/camels4drought
instagram.com/camels4drought
phone: 0408 026 937 or 0457 250 596

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