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Join Our Shed For Men
Why join our shed, men from all walks of life are joining mens sheds all over the country. Socialising with other blokes is what the new trend is recommending. You can go down to your local men’s shed and have a cuppa and a chat. Men retiring from the work force tend to lose all their mates from work and need to go down to one of the local sheds and join in on the activities of a local men’s shed.
Retired Join Our Shed For activities
We are looking for company sponsorship for our Men’s Shed, we are a registered charity with full DGR certification. Our Australian Business registration number ABN 26 176 420 728 and we are classed as a Charitable Institution. This means any company sponsorship is tax deductible. We need funding to keep our community projects going, we do charity work for our local schools and child care centres as well as support for men in retirement villages that need our support to help them set up with activities for their places that they live in. We are about to take on a support role where men who have early stage dementia and early stage Alzheimer’s can come along to our shed and do activities with us.
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Charity donation appeal for our community projects, help to support our charity and donate to our Men’s Shed. We are looking for company sponsors and members of the community to give us a charity donation for our shed. We do all kinds of charitable things for our community. We fix things for the elderly and help the disabled when they need something repaired or installed. If you have no family support then that is where we come into help support those that are needy. Our organisation also does community support in our shed with mentoring men who mens health issues, everything from depression to men recovering after a stroke. We are supportive of each other. We have many men who are qualified tradesmen and they show the other men how to do things. All donations over $2.00 in Australia is tax deductible. To be honest I am not sure about other countries polices are on donating to an Australian non profit charity. Read the rest…