Our new Heaven Sent gift catalogue is available now. Browse the gifts online at http://simaid.org.au/shop
Read about Girls off the Streets in the latest issue of Christian Woman magazine.
Help give girls trapped in sex trafficking a choice by organising a Girls off the Streets event for Anti-Slavery day on 18 October 2013. Order your free resource kit today.
Dubbo's globetrotting Bowen family have returned home to family and friends fresh on the trail of their pioneering aid work in West Timor. The family have recently returned to Dubbo for the birth of their second child, a baby girl named Eliana, born at Dubbo Base Hospital on Friday 3rd August.
SIMaid has responded to the need of girls rescued from prostitution by supporting an aftercare home which provides respite and rehabilitation for sex trafficking survivors. It’s some of the most important work in which SIMaid is involved and to help us understand it better Roger and Hiroko Seth, the leaders of the aftercare home, are in Australia in May to share their story.
SIMaid has expanded the means by which the Australian public can support its work. Through Sharegift Australia donors are now able to direct the proceeds of share sales to SIMaid.
SIMaid has launched its campaign aimed at supporting projects which rescue and rehabilitate young girls caught in sex trafficking operations in South Asia.
SIMaid is pleased to announce it has launched its online gift catalogue...
Sydney, Australia, — SIMaid is pleased to announce it has appointed Rebecca Dawborn as its 2012 Orange HOPE Ambassador...
SIMaid is pleased to report that since it opened its East Africa appeal at the beginning of August donors have contributed more than $28,000 to its work, with many donations being channelled through the new SIMaid website.
SIMaid has responded to the widespread food security crisis in East Africa and is providing immediate assistance to people affected in Kenya and Ethiopia.
SIMaid, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Leadership Journey, a Melbourne based enterprise which uniquely combines leadership training and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), through an immersive cultural exposure designed to help those in need.
Gary Balt, who is employed by the Water Corporation has recently returned from working in Tufa, a remote village in Ethiopia. Tufa is a poor rural community of around 4,000 people in the Great Rift Valley some 200km south of Ethiopias capital, Addis Ababa.
"The Workshed" is the initiative of Russell Ricketts of RKR Engineering, Emu Plains...
17th May 2011, Sydney, Australia — SIMaid is pleased to announced it has partnered with Australian innovation company Solar-Gem...
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