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Every Little Bit Helps is a charity. Established in July 2014, we collect, pack and redistribute unwanted hotel toiletries, inflight amenity kits, cosmetic and make-up samples to those in need including the homeless, asylum seekers and victims of domestic violence as well as troubled youths through Women’s Refuge, Homeless Shelters, Youth Centres, Asylum Centres and Community Centres as well as via small Government and Community Groups.

The catalyst for establishing Every Little Bit Helps was learning that while there are many facilities providing laundry and shower facilities, most are able to supply little more than running water and previously did not have regular and reliable access to basic toiletry products.

We have drop-off locations throughout Australia. Find your nearest drop-off location using our Drop Off Locator Tool. Alternatively you can mail your donations to us at PO Box 340, Forestville NSW 2087.

Our organisation is proudly run 100% by volunteers across Australia but like every organisation we need to cover our running costs. These include shipping and distribution of our kits to the people we support, annual insurance and the bags we pack our kits in to. We appreciate any offers of financial support.

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Over the coming weeks will be highlighting some of the incredibly generous individuals who contribute to make Every Little Bit Helps the charity that it is today. This week the spotlight is on... Ezekiel Simat.

Back in 2018 we received an email that said ‘hey! I would like to assist...” 2.5 years later Zeke is still volunteering with us and has worked with us on almost every corporate and public packing day we have held since. More recently has also recruited his talented and gorgeous girlfriend - Actor and Model Melanie Jarson (currently starring in Channel 7’s Between Two Worlds) and his good mate and fellow actor Akkshey Caplash (Neighbours & Janet King)

Zeke is now our Ambassador who proudly flies the Every Little Bit Helps flag wherever he goes. Professionally, Zeke is a actor and has just finished filming a romantic comedy called The Dog Days of Christmas that will be in Cinemas soon.

By coincidence, today happens to also be Zeke’s birthday! So please join us in thanking Zeke for his years of volunteering and wishing him a very Happy Birthday!
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If you are experiencing violence during COVID-19:
🤝 Reach out to supportive family, friends or neighbours
☎️ Call a hotline or access information online if possible
🆘 Seek out local services for survivors
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Please shareThis woman's story just breaks my heart. I just keep saying to myself: "Surely she is loved and missed? Surely she is important to at least one person?"
Queensland Police have been trying to identify her for 10 days now.
She was left outside the Nambour hospital on the Sunshine Coast on September 6 by a good Samaritan who found her wandering the streets near Mooloolah Valley.
She is aged in her 80s.
When she was found she was barely able to speak and had no identification on her.
She has started to communicate, but is still unable to tell police who she is.
Many people believed she was Marian Wallace, a woman in her 70s who disappeared on Bribie Island in 2014. Cops have confirmed this lady is not Marian.
The Vulnerable Persons Unit is investigating and she remains in a stable condition in the Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
While she is getting the best of care, I can't help but be worried that a woman - who may well be a mum, a grandmother, an aunt and surely someone's friend - can exist in limbo like this?
How is it that no one knows this woman?
Is our society really one where a woman aged in her 80s is not missed by anyone?
Anyone who knows her is urged to contact Police immediately. Policelink: www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting or call 131 444.
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