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Keep their spirits high until the rains return

Keep their spirits high until the rains return

We talk with one of our farmers about the worst drought on record. “When you’re around dust and dying stock all the time, depression can hit you hard,” Rhonda told us. “But knowing someone cares makes such a difference.” We believe the rains will come. Until then, we need your help to keep people’s spirits high. Find out more in our latest story…

Frontier News – Our November 2019 Edition

Frontier News – Our November 2019 Edition

Journey with us to the remote communities of Birdsville (QLD) and Tottenham (NSW) as our incredible Bush Chaplains and volunteers show up at the gate to show people in remote Australia that there are people who care. Meet Pastor Cain Hartigan and learn how a chat over a cuppa can save a life! Hear what our farmers had to say about the helping hands and hope our volunteers brought them.

How you can make a real difference

How you can make a real difference

We believe people in remote Australia deserve access to help and support when they need it most. Watch our latest video to hear from our Aussie farmers, and find out how you can make a real difference to the lives of people doing it tough in the bush. Donate, volunteer or host a Great Outback BBQ.

It’s about showing up and showing people you care

It’s about showing up and showing people you care

Our farmers have endured so much for so long. But what’s getting them through is knowing that other people are there for them. People who care and people who are willing to give them a hand up. We’re so grateful for our incredible Outback Links volunteers who brought helpful hands and hope to farmers in and around Moree (NSW) during a recent trip.

Frontier News – Our August 2019 Edition

Frontier News – Our August 2019 Edition

We’re so grateful for your wonderful support this year, which is forging friendships and lifting spirits in the Outback. In this issue we take you to Bingara (NSW) where farmers Greg and Bethany Stace have their first Outback Links experience. We share the ongoing struggles people in the bush face and demonstrate the growing need for our incredible volunteers and Bush Chaplains.

Walking on Country for shared healing

Walking on Country for shared healing

“We all need to listen, learn, respect and nurture. We all have a place here and we all have a critical role to play in encouraging others to take an active part in making the future different from our past.” During NAIDOC Week 2019 our National Programs Manager, Michelle McLeod shares her experience of Walk on Country at Uluru.

Standing with remote communities every step of the way

Standing with remote communities every step of the way

Earlier this year, the mining town of Tom Price in our Pilbara Remote Area (WA) was rocked by the mysterious disappearance of one of its beloved members. Our Bush Chaplain, Rev John Dihm brought the community together. He provided practical and pastoral care during one of its darkest times. He was with them every step of the way. This is his story.