Donations





As part of beading with social responsibility in mind I have donated items to events raising funds for cancer research for women, violence against women, reconciliation and to support the work of my local charity and community groups.

2016 donations
  • Drysdale Festival of Glass Raffle (Glass art flowers - total value $150.00)
  • Drysdale and Clifton Springs Community Association  ($120.00)
  • Cottage by the Sea Open Garden Day Raffle (Glass art necklace - total value $180.00)
  • Child Wise Raffle - Karen Dawson  (Glass hamper - total value $150.00).
2015 donations
  • Medecins Sans Frontieres Australia ($100.00 from sale of Glass Blooms without Borders)
  • Drysdale Festival of Glass Raffle (Glass art hamper - total value $100.00)
2014 donations
  • Drysdale Festival of Glass Raffle (Glass art jewellery - total value $100.00)
  • Reclaim the Night International Women's Day event, 8th March 2013, Geelong. (Glass art keyrings - total value $60.00).
2013 donations
  • Drysdale Festival of Glass Raffle (Glass art jewellery - total value $100.00)
  • Reclaim the Night International Women's Day event, 8th March 2013, Geelong. (Glass art bookmarks - total value $60.00).
2012 donations
  • 6th Annual “Night for the Ladies” fundraiser for the Cancer Council's Girls Night In, Amstel Golf Club, Cranbourne, Saturday October 20th 2012. (Gift certificates and glass art jewellery - total value $210.00).
  • Drysdale Festival of Glass Raffle (Glass art jewellery - total value $100.00)
  • Reclaim the Night Raffle - WowFEST October 26th, 2012, Market Square Shopping Centre, Geelong. (Glass art jewellery and Gift Certificate - total value $150.00).


Glass Blooms without Borders launched at the 2015 Festival of Glass - 10% sales to donated to Medecins Sans Frontieres Australia




Black and White - a beaded bead donated to the Kicking Goals for Indigenous Australia, 4th June 2011 to raise funds for the Gavin Wanganeen Indigenous Scholarship fund as well as supporting the local Uniting Church in Queenscliff/Point Lonsdale Reconciliation Mob.

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