NEWS AND EVENTS

LOCAL CHARITY RAPID RELIEF TEAM FEEDS WEARY QUEENSLAND FIRIES AT HEMMANT FIRE

As the Hemmant warehouse fire continues to burn, local charity, Rapid Relief Team (RRT) has been feeding exhausted Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) free meals as they battle the blaze. As the massive warehouse fire spills dark plumes of smoke over the...

RRT IS BRINGING CHRISTMAS CHEER THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!

Brethren charity, Rapid Relief Team is going global, donating over 5,500 Christmas Food Boxes to families in need around the world just in time for the holiday season. RRT teams across Australia, North America, Germany, the UK, Italy, France, Sweden and New Zealand...

BRETHREN CHARITY JUMPSTARTS FUNDS FOR A SWAN HILL CPR DEVICE WITH $3000 DONATION TO AMBULANCE VICTORIA

Brethren charity Rapid Relief Team (RRT) has donated $3000 to Ambulance Victoria’s Swan Hill Branch to put towards the purchase of a Corpuls mechanical CPR device that could save many lives. With care and compassion at the very heart of RRT, the opportunity to ensure...

60 MILLION REASONS TO LOVE ONLINE EDUCATION!

Globally, around 1.2 billion students from around the world were forced out of school because of the COVID-19 pandemic and into online education. The sudden shift away from the classroom required many schools to quickly adapt and fully embrace a new way of learning,...

BRETHREN CHARITY SUPPORTS QUEENSLAND FIRE VICTIMS

Local volunteers from Brethren charity Rapid Relief Team were out in force today supporting Queensland firefighters who cycled more than 700kilometres to raise money for children who suffer from burn-related injuries. Today’s Bike 4 Burns took place at Queensland’s...

THE FUTURE OF WORK

Throughout the pandemic, government stay-at-home health orders across the country have forced radical change on the workplace and corporate values – beyond just a shift to work from home. While government economic support continues to be welcomed, it seems where we...

TAX CUTS AND BUSINESS STIMULUS THE HIGHLIGHT OF 2020 FEDERAL BUDGET

The 2020 Budget was like no other we’ve had in recent memory – led prominently by tax cuts, business incentives, and infrastructure spending. What is clear from the 2020-2021 Federal Budget is that the economic road to recovery is firmly in the Government’s sights –...

OVER 7000 RRT FOOD BOXES AND COUNTING FOR AUSTRALIANS IN NEED OF SUPPORT

Brethren charity, the Rapid Relief Team, have delivered over 7,000 Food Boxes to homes right around Australia since early March. The RRT Food Box initiative was launched in 2019 and was designed to support families and individuals impacted by domestic violence, and...
RRT IS BRINGING CHRISTMAS CHEER THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!

RRT IS BRINGING CHRISTMAS CHEER THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!

Brethren charity, Rapid Relief Team is going global, donating over 5,500 Christmas Food Boxes to families in need around the world just in time for the holiday season. RRT teams across Australia, North America, Germany, the UK, Italy, France, Sweden and New Zealand...

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60 MILLION REASONS TO LOVE ONLINE EDUCATION!

60 MILLION REASONS TO LOVE ONLINE EDUCATION!

Globally, around 1.2 billion students from around the world were forced out of school because of the COVID-19 pandemic and into online education. The sudden shift away from the classroom required many schools to quickly adapt and fully embrace a new way of learning,...

read more
BRETHREN CHARITY SUPPORTS QUEENSLAND FIRE VICTIMS

BRETHREN CHARITY SUPPORTS QUEENSLAND FIRE VICTIMS

Local volunteers from Brethren charity Rapid Relief Team were out in force today supporting Queensland firefighters who cycled more than 700kilometres to raise money for children who suffer from burn-related injuries. Today’s Bike 4 Burns took place at Queensland’s...

read more
THE FUTURE OF WORK

THE FUTURE OF WORK

Throughout the pandemic, government stay-at-home health orders across the country have forced radical change on the workplace and corporate values – beyond just a shift to work from home. While government economic support continues to be welcomed, it seems where we...

read more