Northern and western Queensland have been absolutely devastated after the floods in early February 2019.
Many in each community have been battered and bruised, but we hope not yet beaten.
Now is the time for us to stand together and reach out and help where we each can.
Clarity is supporting four charities and is urging our community of staff, patients, suppliers, friends and family to join in our support.
Clarity has donated $500 to each of the four following charities and urges you, if you are able, to support those struggling through this disaster. Click on the links below to donate to your chosen cause.
GIVIT work to alleviate poverty in Australia by ensuring every community service provider has what it needs through the simple act of giving. The GIVIT platform is free to use and makes giving easy by allowing you to see exactly what is required by vulnerable community members.
Helping people in need is the heart of the QCWA. Donations to the QCWA will help support families in flood and drought-affected areas
Sisters of the North is the brainchild of a group of women who want to encourage connection, community and empowerment as a means of developing resilience against any adversity potentially experienced. They have started a GoFundMe page to support those affected by drought.
A volunteer-based organisation that works with families and farmers to rebuild after a natural disaster. BlazeAid has organised worker camps for Richmond, Cloncurry, Julia Creek and Winton.
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Brisbane: Bribie Island, Carindale, Carseldine, Caboolture, Clayfield, Loganholme, Spring Hill, Sunnybank Hills, Thornlands
Gold Coast: Helensvale
Townsville: Hermit Park, Kirwan, Condon
Mackay: North Mackay
Regional Queensland: Ayr, Barcaldine, Bowen, Charleville, Charters Towers, Clermont, Collinsville, Emerald, Gladstone, Hughenden, Ingham, Longreach, Mitchell, Mt Isa, Palm Island, Proserpine, Quilpie, Richmond, Rockhampton, Roma, Sarina