Reduce Home Loans Charity Fundraising

Deep inside all of us is a desire to give and make a difference in the world and our community, but we just get caught up with life and forget about those people who just need a leg up and a helping hand. Here at Reduce Home Loans we’re passionate about helping everyday Aussies achieve their dreams and each week we will be seeking out a new Charity or Fundraising project to support. Do you have a charity or fundraising project you think needs a little more attention? We would love to hear from you. Reduce Home Loans do not receive any financial incentives for promoting Charity or Fundraising Projects.

 

Tanya Charity Fundraising

Tanya’s Recovery

Click here to donate   Tanya (Mum) went in for surgery Tuesday the 2nd Jan. It didnt go as we had hoped, she had an allergic reaction to the anaesthetic and started convulsions straight away. The reaction caused her heart to stop for 40mins. She has had to stay in ICU for two nights costing…

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Rod Charity Fundraising

Help Rod beat Cancer

Click here to donate     Help Rod win his Battle with Cancer My name is Dianne Koningen. I am Rod’s cousin and my heart goes out to him and his wife, Bron.  This is my way of helping. Meet Rod: 61, a doting grandfather, father and husband, with an eternity of love and life ahead…

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William Charity Fundraising

A Way For William Appeal

Click here to donate   William’s family needs your help to get him to Florida for a limb reconstruction surgery that will save his leg and enable him to walk without the use of a prosthetic! William was born with a very rare limb deficiency called Congenital Pseudarthrosis of the Tiba. The only option for…

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George Charity Fundraising

Wheels for George

  Click here to donate Hi there, My name is Michelle and I am the proud mother of 3 gorgeous boys. Our youngest son George, was born with a rare condition called Centronuclear Myopathy. The condition affects his muscles and makes him profoundly weak and is a constant threat to life. He is ventilated via a tracheostomy…

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