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Let Them Know It's Christmas 2018 - Winners

Let Them Know It's Christmas - Our 2018 Winners

See below the 2018 winners of our 'Let Them Know It's Christmas' 2018 donation campaign. Congratulations to Project Futures and Delta Society as well as all our shortlisted finalists! You can see our shortlisted finalists here, and all the submissions for 'Let Them Know It's Christmas' on our YouTube channel. 

Project Futures

PROJECT FUTURES gives hope by transforming the lives of women and children affected by human trafficking, slavery and sexual exploitation in Australia and Cambodia. We know that financial independence and education transform the life of the individual, but also, children and future generations. Ultimately breaking the cycle, reducing her vulnerability to sex trafficking.

Therefore, we propose the funding of 7 micro-finance businesses for women who are survivors and looking to be educated in a vocation, allowing them to run a successful business to support herself and her family. For $4550 we can fund 7 businesses. This will see each survivor receive 2-years of support in her chosen vacation... with choice essential in supporting her empowerment.

In the Project Futures’ ‘Let Them Know It’s Christmas 2018’ video published on our website and Youtube Channel, a photo of a woman sewing appeared at the 37 second mark. This photo was incorrectly included in the video as this lady is not and has not received funding or assistance from Project Futures or AFESIP. Beaumont People was not made aware of this error until after the ‘Let Them Know It’s Christmas 2018’ campaign ended.  Beaumont People apologises to the woman concerned for any distress caused and to all those who viewed the video for any misunderstanding or confusion caused by this erroneous publication.

Delta Society​

We would like to take our therapy dog teams to meet students, charity workers, and a womensand youth shelter for a Paws the Pressure visit. This would involve up to five teams of accredited therapy dogs and their handlers visiting a school, and office, and shelter. The simple interaction with one of our therapy dogs would bring a much needed reprieve from exams forthe students, a busy schedule for charity workers, and a moment of happiness for those seeking refuge in times of crisis.

Each visit costs $990 with added transport costs, so we would like to request $3000-$3500 from Beaumont to support these visits and make a difference in someone's day. Our therapy dogs meet Australians all over the country and this Christmas Delta would like to make sure many experience the joy and power that our therapy dog teams bring.