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Anytime Diggers @ The Entrance

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$2,321 of AUD $2,000 team's target.

Raised by 0 people in days for R U OK?

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Hey there team! 
We are so proud to be participating in Tread as One, a 24 hour treadmill challenge in support of R U OK?, once again to raise much-needed awareness of suicide, and funds towards its prevention. 
We're doing it because we want to make a difference, and we need your help! For that, we have created our very own Tread as One fundraising page. 
Through this page, you can easily support our efforts by making a secure donation. This is a great way to get involved with our fundraising if you can not physically make in it over the 24hrs for the Treadmill Challenge itself.

Additionally, if you would like to get involved in the challenge, please visit this is where we aim to keep the treadmill running for 24hrs and every minute you participate is a $1 donation, with a 15 minute minimum. You can also opt to sponsor any of our sponsorship pages below, who will do treadmill time with funds raised. 
We’d also really appreciate it if you could share our page using the above link, or comment below, so that more people know about it.  
Click 'Donate Now' to make a secure online donation. 
All donations over $2 are tax deductible within Australia, and you will be issued with a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) receipt via email as soon as you make a donation.
Your support is much appreciated and we thank you smiley

With Love,
Team Diggers
heartLisa, Vickie, Renato & Aaron heart

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    R U OK?

    R U OK? is a not-for-profit organisation whose vision is a world where we’re all connected and are protected from suicide. Accordingly, our mission is to encourage and equip everyone to regularly and meaningfully ask “are you ok?”
    The best thing you can do is raise the question “are you ok?” with your mates. But raising awareness in your community too, will certainly help our cause. As will donating funds.
    We’re a registered Australian charity, so donations over $2 are tax deductible (our ABN is 25 138 676 829). Both donations and fundraising contributions will help us inspire more Australians to have regular, meaningful conversations every day of the year. This includes:
    • Help expand the team so we’re there to help more workplaces, schools and communities
    • Develop more tools and kits to inspire meaningful conversations
    • Do more research and evaluation, so we can learn and grow

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