International Community Service: Morocco

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Its time to make an IMPACT!

We are excited to announce the 2014 Reddam House International Community Service Project! (ICSP)

The philosophy at Reddam House is all about giving back to the community, and it is time to make a difference and help out those who are in need. Two years ago, we managed to raise $10,000 for a small Orphanage in Ecuador. We were able to make a significant difference to the lives of the children. Handing over the cheque and seeing the smiles on their faces and knowing that we made a change for the better was without doubt the most rewarding thing that any of us had ever done.

This year, we are aiming BIG! We have 40 Adventurous students who are embarking on an expedition to Morocco to help children in need by rebuilding a village community centre/Orphanage, and for them we want to have as big of an impact as we can. As well as providing them with physical donations (clothes, books, technology, games, tools etc), we hope to provide them with a cheque of $20,000 to improve their lives. This is where we need YOU! We need your support to raise this money, but time is of the essence. We have until 5th April 2014 to raise this money. Any and All donations will be greatly appreciated.

100% of all donations will go DIRECTLY to the community

If everyone were to donate only one dollar, and share this page to their friends and family, we would without doubt be able to raise all the money we need and truly make an impactful difference to the community.

PLEASE! Make a donation and share this page around and spread the love! It is a great cause and a great opportunity to GIVE BACK to those in need!


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  • Crowe Family 
    • $250 
    • 101 mos
  • Sophie gross 
    • $69 
    • 101 mos
  • Kamal Gill 
    • $100 
    • 101 mos
  • Bhavani Ma & Bhu Devi 
    • $50 
    • 101 mos
  • Michael Moss 
    • $200 
    • 101 mos
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Henri Scott 
Woollahra NSW