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If you are looking for a practical way to assist the flood victims, the Stewards Foundation Disaster Relief Fund is your opportunity to give to those in need. The Disaster Relief Fund exists to provide financial support to families and individuals impacted by natural disasters. In recent times, monies from this fund have been distributed to victims of drought, last year's bushfires on the East Coast, and the WA bushfires earlier this year. This has provided immediate financial relief to speed the process of people getting back on their feet.

The Stewards Foundation Disaster Relief Fund is a Deductible Gift Recipient and all donations over $2 are tax deductible. Donations can be made at any time but we are making this urgent appeal now given the size and impact of this massive disaster. You can donate via internet banking by depositing your gift directly to the Foundation’s bank account. The details for donations via internet banking are:

Stewards Foundation Disaster Relief Fund
BSB: 082 057
Account Number: 53 930 2758

Alternatively, you can send a cheque made out to Stewards Foundation Disaster Relief Fund, and mail it to: PO Box 260, Burwood, NSW, 2134.

Stewards also works in partnership with Hands & Feet, who are gearing up to distribute food supplies to communities in short supply. You can also donate to support their activities: www.handsandfeet.com.au/donate/

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