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Your kindness is felt far and wide in remote Australia

Your kindness is felt far and wide in remote Australia

Your kindness is felt far and wide in remote Australia

In the vast expanse of remote Australia, your kindness is felt far and wide, weaving through the fabric of everyday life, touching hearts, and fostering unity. In the latest edition of Frontier News, we highlight these stories that embody the spirit of compassion and community.

Our journey begins with Naomi and Jane, two first-time Outback Links volunteers. Their experiences with farmers Mary and Bruce exemplify the bonds formed through shared experiences and mutual support. Their encounters serve as a testament to the power of lending a helping hand in times of need.

As we dive deeper, we celebrate the invaluable contributions of our Bush Chaplains. Their unwavering dedication continues to uplift and inspire. From Bush Chaplain Lindsay’s musical talents bringing joy to seniors, to Bush Chaplain Benji’s playful interactions with preschoolers, and Bush Chaplain David’s innovative projects in the Pilbara, each story underscores the impact of compassion in action.

Further, we share an update from Julia on the construction of a new church in Oodnadatta, a beacon of hope in a community striving to overcome the challenges of isolation and disconnection. This milestone represents not only a physical structure but also a symbol of resilience and faith. This embodies the spirit of unity that defines our mission.

As we commemorate National Reconciliation Week, we reflect on the power of collective support in fostering understanding and healing. Through small yet significant milestones like the church in Oodnadatta, we reaffirm our commitment to standing with our friends in the bush, building bridges of empathy and solidarity.

We invite you to immerse yourself in these stories of kindness and connection, to be inspired and moved by the resilience and compassion that define our remote Australian communities. Together, let us continue to celebrate unity and support for rural Australia.

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While we have achieved much together, countless individuals in remote areas still lack consistent support. If you can, consider making a gift today to help sustain their resilience.

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