Our first party on March 9 was a great night & we donated the profits to “Pets of the Homeless”  They were very excited to receive our donation and sent this lovely email

 Donations | Pets of the Homeless… To Mez
Mon, Mar 18, 10:05 AM)
Thank you, Mez!
Thank you so much Mez for your incredibly generous donation!
That is truly so kind to donate the profits from your party to help people and their pets stay together during times of hardship. We cannot tell you how much that means, and how much of a difference that will make.  Wishing you a wonderful week, and thanks again for brightening up ours!
Kind regards, SophiaPets of the Homeless Australia
Every day we hear from people facing tough circumstances who put their pet’s needs ahead of their own.
That’s why we’re committed to providing support to the pets of people facing and experiencing homelessness
with one less thing to worry about, we’re helping people get back on their feet. By providing food, veterinary care, safe shelter and other support to pet owners in need.
We help people who are facing homelessness by making sure their companion pets are well looked after.|
See below…
Just a few of the CHARITIES that are on our radar to support
As long as you support our events

Orange Sky Australia is the world’s first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homelessness – an idea founded in a Brisbane garage by two 20-year-old mates, Nic Marchesi and Lucas Patchett.
In late 2014, the boys installed a couple of washing machines and dryers in the back of their old van and visited parks around Brisbane to wash and dry clothes for free. What started as an idea to improve hygiene standards and restore dignity to people doing it tough has evolved into something much bigger and more powerful.
Give the gift of fresh, clean laundry
Your regular gift allows us to support more Aussies experiencing homelessness and hardship, through access to free laundry, warm showers and genuine conversation.
Our Weekly Impact


Every Year in Australia over 180,000 healthy and rehomeable dogs and cats are killed in Australian Pounds.
We are a Registered Victorian Animal Welfare Charity operating as a Community Foster Care Network making a difference to those statistics. We offer wonderful family companions for adoption, dogs that have saved from being killed in Victorian pounds.
Donate and support us
Your generosity will enable us to provide ongoing care for dogs in our care, and ultimately, help us to rescue and support more dogs in need. Your support is invaluable to us, and it’s the foundation of our ability to make a positive impact in the lives of dogs and their human families.


Empowering children for a better future
Why our Kids need your Help
With 1 in 8 people in Australia living in Poverty and the current economic conditions as they are today, our Kids need your help. They are going without life’s basics including access to resources to further their education.
The housing crisis, increased cost of living and the Covid pandemic have put added stresses on families in Australia. Not having money for housing payments, food, clothing and medical bills, these families are also struggling to pay for school supplies.
The Kids4Kids Foundation was set up to help struggling families in providing school supplies, as we believe a quality education can help prepare them to become more productive, responsible, ethical, creative and compassionate members of society

Feel the Magic is an Australian charity providing early intervention grief education programs for kids aged 7 to 18, who are experiencing pain and isolation due to the death of a parent, guardian, or sibling. Our aim is to create a community where grieving kids and their families feel supported, empowered, and can begin to move forward with their lives. 1 in every 20 children aged 7-17 will experience the death of a parent . In Australia, just over 300,000 children will lose a parent before they reach the age of 18. To put this into perspective, there is most likely a child grieving the loss of a parent in every class at school. In addition to this, children also experience sibling and legal guardian loss.


The start of everything
When Fred was working at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney in the late 60s, he was asked to see two senior Aboriginal men from Wattie Creek (Daguragu) in the Northern Territory. They had eye problems that Fred had never seen before. In fact, they had eye problems that doctors at that time thought were exclusive to Africa –they’d never been seen in Australia.
This sparked Fred’s interest, so he visited the men at Wattie Creek. When Fred began examining people there, he was shocked by the prevalence of blinding trachoma and cataract in men, women and children – a disease he didn’t think existed in modern-day Australia. Fred came back to Sydney fired up. He couldn’t believe the huge gap in living conditions and access to basic health care experienced by Aboriginal people, compared with the rest of Australia.


A Vessel of Hope
Mercy Ships is an international development organisation that deploys hospital ships and volunteers to developing nations – improving the quality of life for people living with the diseases of poverty, disfigurement, and disability, through direct medical services, and building the capacities of healthcare systems to meet the needs of the future.
Reaching Those in Need
According to The Lancet Commission’s Report on Global Surgery:

5 billion lack access to safe, timely and affordable surgery meaning 18.6 million people die unnecessarily each year.
Creating Lasting Change
We build medical capacity in every port we reach, training local doctors, providing equipment and opening medical facilities so that improved healthcare continues in our wake.