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E News October 2023

Neighbours Aid Helping to Change the Future for Some of India’s Poorest Children

E News September 2023 – Exciting Times

NEW LOOK FOR NEIGHBOURS AID ONLINE! Along with updated content and beautiful new photos from our projects and stores, there is also a fantastic tool developed by Charitable Recycling Australia – the Environmental Impact Calculator. With this tool, you will be able to see exactly what the environmental impact YOUR goods donation will have. AFRICA […]

E News April 2023 – Making A Difference in Israel

Making a Difference in Israel! Neighbours Aid founders, John and Jesma O’Hara, recently took time out of their family holiday in Israel to visit the to NGOs Neighbours Aid supports there – Project Sheba and Orr Shalom Project Sheba Project Sheba uses Neighbours Aid donations to provide scholarships for after school tutoring classes and vacation […]

E News March 2023 – Helping India’s Poor

India students playing soccer in a field with old, multistory buildings behind

Helping India’s Poor Recently a team from Neighbours Aid visited the projects we fund in India. First stop was the Activity Centres where the children living in some of Kolkata’s 3000-5000 slums live with no running water or sanitation. Many of their parents are illiterate and some are refugees from Bangladesh. The children are often […]

E News January 2023 – Happy New Year

Thank you for your support last year. We are looking forward to continuing to work together to change our world one life at a time. “Volunteering is an act of heroism on a grand scale. And it matters profoundly. It does more than help people beat the odds; it changes the odds.” – Bill Clinton

Neighbours Aid E News December 2022

Neighbour Aid Celebrates our 20th Birthday! Thank you to all the wonderful people who have contributed to the Neighbours Aid journey over the past 20 years!   Helping some of India’s poorest people. Neighbours Aid staff members recently returned from a quick visit to India. We are always challenged by the levels of need and […]