Two 10-year-old schoolgirls can now call themselves leaders in their community, becoming ambassadors for one of WA’s biggest fundraising events of the year.
Mark McGowan has swapped his usual shirt and tie for a louder look to help raise awareness of hearing loss in children for Telethon Speech and Hearing’s Loud Shirt Day fundraiser.
Superheroes storm through Bridgetown to raise money for children’s cancer.
Ita Buttrose has turned down an award from self-styled charity charmer Barbara McNaught — following revelations only a tiny portion of profits from her high-profile events went to important causes.
Krystal Sanders and Neale Prior
Kylie and Brett Jones won a stunning $2.3 million home in City Beach and also will pocket an additional $1 million in cold hard cash.
A year to the day after the death of Graham ‘Polly’ Farmer, the footy legend’s family is more determined than ever to continue his proud legacy.
The Prince’s Trust will be hauled before a Federal committee to explain why an organisation it meged with failed to meet the deadline to sign up to the National Redress scheme.
Tireless domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty has joined the new look White Ribbon organisation’s advisory council — following financial controversy and liquidation last year.
The ladies who lunch are back out in force, and this time it’s for a good cause.
Dougy Savage surprised about how popular support program was with Pemberton community.
Leonardo da Vinci eat your heart out. Perth comedian-turned artist Esther Longhurst has produced at least two paintings using Vegemite.
Manjimup’s Seventh-day Adventist Church has been providing backpackers staying at the Manjimup Hotel with food and frozen meals, as part of the SecondBite program.
The former chief of an organisation that supports the widows and children of defence veterans has pleaded guilty to a string of charges including fraud and stealing as a servant.
The community is being encouraged to help those less fortunate by donating food.
The generous team at Harvey Cheese has donated a whopping 500kg of gourmet cheese to Food Bank and Meals on Wheels in Harvey this month.
Pemberton District High School’s Year 6 class has continued its commitment to helping wildlife, sewing and decorating pouches for wildlife injured by bushfires.
Good Sammy has closed 29 shops across WA for the first time in the store’s 62-year history.
Boyup Brook farmer Jim Bagshaw has raised more than $50,000 for prostate cancer since beating the disease.
Boyup Brook’s Peter Chilwell has organised for volunteers to help with the clean-up and reconstruction of farms affected by the recent bushfires in New South Wales.
Volunteers who support people in need by providing them with low-cost food are overjoyed with the generosity of others assisting them in their endeavours.
Perth’s annual charity event HBF Run for a Reason has been cancelled amid growing fears around the spread of coronavirus.
Manjimup Lions member Dot Jacobs has been selected as the next district governor for the region and will take up her role from July 1.
Pancakes and charity came together at Kearnan College yesterday as part of Shrove Tuesday celebrations.
Boyup Brook’s annual Red Card for Rabbits & Foxes fox shoot saw locals outfox pests and raise more than $15,000 for charity.
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