Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Women's ShelterSaturday, 20 October, 2018 2 PM
Today I had a chance to sit down with Josh Ross and Adam McCurdie, co-founders of Humanitix - a tech-based social enterprise located in St Ives. Humanitix offers a unique event ticketing service where profits earned from the ticketing fee can be directed to a charity. Humanitix is a finalist in the Google Impact Challenge – meaning they are in the running to win $1 million to put towards their vision. If you want to vote for Humanitix in the Google Impact Challenge, click this link: https://impactchallenge.withgoogle.com/australia2018/charities/humanitix-aus
Well done!! Amazing
Well done Josh Ross and Adam McCurdie 👍🏻
Kara Nicholls Do you take donations of goods? What do you need most? Baby things?
Monica Tan A sobering reminder of the important work you do. Thank you.
Rose Pippa Just horrendous.
Bel Stavrakis Good read, great points Rhondele Mayo ❤️
Rhondele Mayo Gabrielle long but worthwhile (& very sad) read
Vivian Dunstan Ashleigh Dunstan
Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Women's ShelterWednesday, 3 October, 2018 8 AM
Katie Gompertz It’s shocking that the current Liberal state and federal governments won’t commit to long term guaranteed funding to support the amazing work this shelter does. It cannot rely on community goodwill as it’s obvious there is a growing need for your facility.
Carlene Bagnall It certainly is shocking that our governments do not make a greater effort to support all the community refuges, since domestic violence is a blight on our society across all social levels and in all areas. The money allocated to rebuild sporting stadiums in Sydney would go a long way to meet the need for refuges and transitional housing across NSW.