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John Webster, CEO of Foodbank
John Webster is the CEO of the charitable organisation, Foodbank, and is photographed at the Wetherall Park depot in Sydney.
John Webster is the CEO of the charitable organisation, Foodbank, and is photographed at the Wetherall Park depot in Sydney.
John Webster is the CEO of the charitable organisation, Foodbank, and is photographed at the Wetherall Park depot in Sydney.
John Webster is the CEO of the charitable organisation, Foodbank, and is photographed at the Wetherall Park depot in Sydney.
John Webster is the CEO of the charitable organisation, Foodbank, and is photographed at the Wetherall Park depot in Sydney.
John Webster is the CEO of the charitable organisation, Foodbank, and is photographed at the Wetherall Park depot in Sydney.
John Webster is the CEO of the charitable organisation, Foodbank, and is photographed at the Wetherall Park depot in Sydney.
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One recipient of a quilt from the charitable organisation Anne’s Legacy Lucia Mcfadzean at the Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children with mother Michelle Trainor.
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One recipient of a quilt from the charitable organisation Anne’s Legacy Lucia Mcfadzean at the Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children with mother Michelle Trainor.
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One recipient of a quilt from the charitable organisation Anne’s Legacy Lucia Mcfadzean at the Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children with mother Michelle Trainor.
Parliament is telling charitable organisations they need a watchdog, for no good reason.

Generic Red Cross Charity fund drive outside Wynyard Railway Station.
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One recipient of a quilt from the charitable organisation Anne’s Legacy Lucia Mcfadzean at the Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children  
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Royal Commission Into Child Sexual Abuse, Australia
Royal Commission Into Child Sexual Abuse, Australia
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Royal Commission Into Child Sexual Abuse, Australia
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Minister for Health Simon Corbell will acknowledge the work of charitable organisation Anne’s Legacy over the past 10 years with a morning tea at the Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Ch
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Minister for Health Simon Corbell will acknowledge the work of making quilts for the charitable organisation Anne’s Legacy over the past 10 years with a morning tea at the Centenary Hospital f
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Minister for Health Simon Corbell will acknowledge the work of charitable organisation Anne’s Legacy over the past 10 years with a morning tea at the Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Ch
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Minister for Health Simon Corbell will acknowledge the work of charitable organisation Anne’s Legacy over the past 10 years with a morning tea at the Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Ch
Daniel Strickland from Missionbeat patrols the streets of Pyrmont to offer assistance to the homeless.
Brendan, who is originally from Victoria but is now homeless and sleeping rough in Belmore Park, Haymarket, with Daniel Strickland from Missionbeat.
Todd and AJ are homeless and sleep rough under an overpass in Woolloomooloo.
Brendan, who is originally from Victoria, is now homeless and sleeping rough in Belmore Park, Haymarket.
Daniel Strickland from Missionbeat patrols the streets of Woollomooloo to offer assistance to the homeless.
Tennis star Martina Hingis of
Gerard Dell'Oste, CFO, Plan International
MELBOURNE
Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe and
Stephen Riley poses with Santa
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Sandra Ranew attends a class for Sudanese children in Federation Square, Melbourne, for the launch of the Save The Children global organisation. The organisation aims to raise $450 million.
Sudanese students in Melbourne attend a class in Federation Square for the launch of the Save The Children global organisation which aims to raise $450 million.
Sudanese students in Melbourne attend a class in Federation Square for the launch of the Save The Children global organisation which aims to raise $450 million.
American actress, Pauley Perrette, pays a surprise visit to a mobile kindergarten run by the Save the Children Fund in Melbourne. She is well-known for her role on the television show, NCIS.
American actress, Pauley Perrette, pays a surprise visit to a mobile kindergarten run by the Save the Children Fund in Melbourne. She is well-known for her role on the television show, NCIS.
American actress, Pauley Perrette, pays a surprise visit to a mobile kindergarten run by the Save the Children Fund in Melbourne. She is well-known for her role on the television show, NCIS.
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Charity. A charity collector on a Sydney street. 26 May 2006. AFR Photo by Andrew Quilty. Generic  charity, collector, chugger, aids trust.
Control: Governance in charities is fast becoming an important issue

Charity. A charity collector on a Sydney street. 26 May 2006. AFR Photo by Andrew Quilty.
Lifesavers: Connor Kyriacou, second from left, with Wollongong High students who are the latest in a long line of Illawarra residents to donate to his cause.
11-year-old Connor Kyriacou

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Illawarra community has helped to raise $62,000 in under a month for Connor Kyriacou of Bulli who needs a brain tumour operation.
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-NOVEMBER 25, 2012: Photo of people taking part in the Color Run 2012 in Melbourne on Sunday November 25, 2012.
Salvation Army husband and wife
Salvation Army husband and wife
Salvation Army husband and wife
Salvation Army husband and wife
Salvation Army husband and wife
Salvation Army husband and wife
(Left to right) Dr Charles
Wharfies Long Lunch at Woolloomooloo wharf in Sydney. Damian Gray, (left) and Justin Wessels pose with a Dame Edna impersonator.
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Brother Bill outside Our Lady
Brother Bill outside Our Lady
Entertainer Hopalong Cassidy plays with
Concert rehearsal
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NEWS: Case study: Marilyn Ferguson of Dickson donates to charities on a regular basis.
NEWS: Case study: Marilyn Ferguson of Dickson donates to charities on a regular basis.
NEWS: Case study: Marilyn Ferguson of Dickson donates to charities on a regular basis.
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Helping hands: Sorting toys for the Smith Family.

L-R Bianca Pepe, Peter Maloney and Yuliya Kremenetskaya volunteer to sort donated toys for the Smith Family charity in Homebush, Sydney.
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