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US – Buckeye Breakaway raises funds for MS

On August 1, 2015 a group of RRT volunteers from Cleveland, Ohio assisted the National Multiple Sclerosis Society – Ohio Buckeye Chapter held their annual MS “Buckeye Breakaway” Bike Ride Event. This event is an opportunity for riders of all ages, levels and abilities to help raise money for research to end the devastating effects […]

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UK – Recruitment Drive at Newtown Fire Station

Newtown fire station in Mid-Wales are in need of more volunteer fire-crew, so on Saturday 24th October they opened their doors, asked for a hand from RRT and invited the public to a fun day at the local fire station. Nothing was done in half measures, it had to be a day to remember as […]

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AU – Orana: Raising funds for those with disabilities

How would you feel if you had no future, no goals to work towards, and no opportunities to change the status quo? Every job you applied for was refused and you were knocked back? Thousands of people suffer this experience day after day. However, Orana provides a service to help the disabled people, provide them […]

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AU – Shepparton Relay for Life Supported By RRT

Relay for Life is a chance for communities to recognise and celebrate those who have overcome cancer or are undergoing treatment, as well as the people who care for them. Relay for Life also provides an opportunity to celebrate the memory of loved ones lost to cancer. On Saturday October 17th 2015 the Shepparton Rapid […]

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AU – Colin Manton Charity Golf Day in Newcastle

Colin Manton is a sheet metal worker in Newcastle, just north of Sydney, who is currently suffering from Guillain-Barre Syndrome and has not been able to move from the neck down since January 2015. Colin remains very positive and there is hope of a reasonable recovery but his inability to work and the financial burden […]

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US – San Antonio Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Did you realize that someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s every 67 seconds and it currently cannot be prevented, cured, or even slowed? It has been among the top ten causes of death in America for over 20 years. The Alzheimer’s Association of San Antonio and South Texas have been hosing charitable walks to […]

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UK – Help For Homeless Box Appeal

The Warrenpoint RRT Team were delighted to be involved in a RRT UK wide “Help For Homeless Box Appeal” which coincided with World Homeless Day 10th October 2015 With a very tight timescale a small team of core volunteers got in contact with friends and family to request donations of specified food stuff that could […]

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AU – Relay for Life Hervey Bay, QLD

Cancer Council is a community-funded, community-focused charity dedicated to the defeat of cancer. Relay for Life began in Australia in 1999 and Relays are now held in every Australia state and territory, with over 134,000 participants raising over $24 million each year. Every dollar raised goes towards funding the Cancer Council’s vital research, prevention and […]

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AU – Anti-Poverty Week Festival in Rosebud, Victoria

Friday the 16th of October dawned a beautiful spring day at the Rosebud Memoral Hall 90km south of the Melbourne CBD on the Mornington Peninsula.  SalvoCare Eastern, the Eastern Victoria Division of the Salvation Army held a Community Festival activity as part of Anti-Poverty Week 2015. Community Action Week is a week-long event where all […]

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AU – TFS Tanker Launch

As the devastating bushfires of 2013 ripped through Southern Tasmania, RRT was on the front line providing catering support and our volunteers experienced first-hand the bravery and commitment of our firefighters.  We also witnessed how stretched they were and we wanted to personally do something to ensure they were better equipped to protect Tasmanians next […]

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