Posts by: Felipe Beltran

Bringing hope and helping hands to the bush this Christmas

Bringing hope and helping hands to the bush this Christmas

“He didn’t know if he would ever see me again” – Just as her eldest son was leaving home for the first time to work interstate, Alison received devastating news. She had breast cancer. Can you imagine how hard it must have been to leave her family behind on the farm so she could have surgery and treatment? Your gift today will bring helping hands and hope to the bush, so farmers like Alison can get respite and be with family during difficult times.

Frontier News – Our November 2018 edition – Out Now!

Frontier News – Our November 2018 edition – Out Now!

Follow our Bush Chaplain, Rev Phill Matthews and our incredible Outback Links volunteers to Carinda, New South Wales as they bring helping hands, hope and mateship to drought-affected farmers. Relive the events leading up to ‘the first flight’ as we reflect on our shared history with the Royal Flying Doctor Service; and journey through time as we look back on the historic opening of the John Flynn Memorial Church.

Standing with Aussie Farmers in drought

Standing with Aussie Farmers in drought

“It’s the worst drought I’ve ever experienced” – Robyn Russell has always been a country girl. This isn’t her first drought, but this time it’s really tough. You can make a real difference today and ensure year-round practical support is available to farmers like Robyn by donating to our drought appeal.

Frontier News – Our August 2018 edition – Out Now!

Frontier News – Our August 2018 edition – Out Now!

We have been moved by the amazing work happening in support of people in remote communities, including Aussie Farmers, FIFO workers and those advocating for First Peoples. We were so inspired following a visit to the Riverina Region (New South Wales) that we dedicated our August edition of Frontier News to the stories we learned during Walking On Country. We hope you enjoy this read and pray that you, too, are inspired to support us on our journey of reconciliation. Together, let’s learn, share and grow.

A ray of light in times of tragedy

A ray of light in times of tragedy

When Nina and her husband Luke moved to Outback South Australia, they were looking forward to raising their children and carrying on the family cattle business. They had barely started to unpack when their dreams suddenly came crashing down…

Outback Links: Keeping us standing with graziers

Outback Links: Keeping us standing with graziers

Wendy and Ross Groves have been part of the Outback Links program since its inception. With two properties to run, totalling 190,000 acres, they value the much needed support, friendship and respite our volunteers provide. Find out how our volunteers are helping to keep farmers on their properties and making a difference in remote Australia.

Frontier News – Our May 2018 Edition – Out Now!

Frontier News – Our May 2018 Edition – Out Now!

In this edition of our refreshed-look Frontier News, we share stories about standing with Farmers and First Peoples, including Outback Links volunteers providing friendship and support to graziers managing two properties; Rev Mitch of the Murchison Remote Area bringing hope to the people and community of Meekatharra; and an artist’s vision of creating tourism to improve outcomes for Meekatharra’s Aboriginal youth.