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May We Eat 2016!

Our inaugural May We Eat fundraising initiative was a huge success last year, with almost $20,000 raised in the month of May.

This money aids and assists our variety of community projects across the Asia-Pacific region. We are so excited to see what this year will bring and with May just around the corner, it’s time to think about how you can participate in the campaign.

Monthly NEWS

Keep up-to-date with the highlights across the Asia-Pacific region - including project field visits, upcoming events, creative ventures, recruitment opportunities and more!  

Download your copy here - have a read and share!

Do let us know if there are particular items you'd like included in future editions, we welcome your ideas. 

2016 AGM Announcement

We are pleased to provide you details of our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 26 November 2016, God willing - please see attached flyer with details.

Our 2016 Annual Report is also now available (download below), hard-copies will be provided to those attending on the day.  We look forward to seeing you!

Asia-Pacific website goes live!

NEW!  www.meal-a-day.asia

Thanks to the dedicated effort of our mini-team of voluntary content designers / web developers, our Asia-Pacific site is up and running!  We hope you enjoy browsing and discovering more about the work and ethos of Meal-a-Day Asia-Pacific.  It provides a valuable platform on which we'd like to build content and capability over the coming months God willing - all feedback welcome.

2012 Meal-a-Day Asia-Pacific Report - published on-line

Find out about all the latest Asia-Pacific projects, activities and plans for the future: Download your copy of the 2012 Biennial Report on-line here.

Printed copies will be made available at the special presentation in Adelaide on 9th April 2012 for the 48th Australian Christadelphian Conference.

Copies will also be more widely distributed after the conference and/or on-request.  

9th April - Special Asia-Pacific presentation & biennial meeting

A special biennial Meal-a-Day Asia-Pacific presentation will be held in Adelaide on 9th April 2012, God willing.

We warmly invite everyone to attend: Come along and meet our team, find out about our latest activities in Asia Pacific, and share ideas and exciting plans for the future.  This will be held at the 48th Australian Christadelphian Conference - details and booking details on-line at www.adelaide2012.com

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Project Flyers - Meal-a-Day Asia-Pacific

Download and share these colour flyers and postcards for info on some of our latest projects and donation details:  

Art & Craft Fair - Melbourne

5-8pm, Friday evening 31st August 2012

Ringwood Community Centre, Melbourne

Following its inaugural success last year, we are planning this popular event again in 2012 with hand-crafted goods for sale - proceeds will make a real difference to communities in need.

Bring along your friends to this Asian-themed event, share some home-made food and barista coffee and hear the latest on our projects and activities - we look forward to seeing you!

POST-EVENT UPDATE:

Dec-2012 Newsletter now available!

 

NEWSFLASH: Latest Meal-a-Day Asia-Pacific newsletter is now available...

You can download from link below, read on to find out about:

  • Postcards from afar
  • 2012 highlights
  • Gift cards for good
  • Recruitment drive
  • Upcoming events and more...
 
Thanks to Isabel and Anne Melles and Felicity Thomas for their help in producing this edition - much appreciated!
 
Enjoy.

 

Friends across 3 countries working together to bring clean water to Sylvia’s village in Kenya

In September 2011 a very special little girl from a poor Kenyan village a few kilometres from Mumias near Bungoma in Western Kenya came to Australia for life changing surgery. You may have seen her on Channel 9’s RPA show?   She left Australia four months later full of hope and with a more certain future!

Now, that feeling of hope and a more certain future can be extended to Sylvia’s wider community...

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