Learn about survivors and help survivors flourish. If you're looking for an exhibition or a walk for a cause, these events are worth your while.
to Care June Exhibition
We live in a multicultural society and acceptance is critical. The exhibit features the amazing stories of the people who rescued Jews during the Holocaust. These rescuers chose to do what's right even though it might have been easier to do nothing.
The exhibition seeks to emphasise the significance of standing up to bullying and discrimination. The display will run from June 3 to 28 at the Katranski Communal Hall in Surfers Paradise.
Courage to Care is suitable for students from 6 to 12 years. The program has a two-hour session.
Each session includes a film viewing, a guided tour of the exhibition, and a Holocaust survivor's account of his experiences.
Admission is free. See this enlightening exhibition and gain a whole new perspective.
Catch the exhibition from 3 June 2019 to 28 June 2019 at Katranski Communal Hall, Surfers Paradise.
Walk for Hope – Gold Coast
Walk for Hope is a fundraiser for people living with pancreatic cancer.
Sixty-four people are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer every week. They need your help. The funds raised can provide patient support, financial assistance, research and awareness.
Sign up and be a part of a community of supporters helping out a good cause.
You may opt for the five-kilometre walk or the five-kilometre run, whichever you prefer.
The walk will be held at Damian Leeding Memorial Park.
Join the fight and take the Walk for Hope. Help those who are living with pancreatic cancer live their best lives.
The walk will be on June 23 at Damien Leeding Memorial Park.
Our Runaway Bay Accommodation is near the venues.
We have two bedroom deluxe apartments that can accommodate you. Ideal for families, the two bedroom has a kitchen, a balcony, and an open plan living area.
For more details, visit https://www.broadwatershores.com.au/apartments.