The National Calendar | Do Something!
Do Something's guide to community events
When:
01:00am - 11:59pm
Phone:
()7) 3620 2423
Email:
daggy@brisyouth.org
More:
www.daggy.com.au

09 Jun -
29 Jul

Daggy Jumper Day

Daggy Jumper Day

Now in its fourth year, Daggy Jumper Day is an initiative of Brisbane Youth Service which has been helping vulnerable and homeless young people aged 12-25 in Brisbane since 1977. Participants are encouraged to organise a team, their workplace or register as individuals and get sponsorship for looking .... daggy. It's that simple! Brisbane - it's time to get Daggy!

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When:
10:00am - 05:00pm
Access:
Disabled parking, Public transport, Wheelchair access, Accessible toilets
Phone:
13 11 02
Email:
mvbookings@museum.vic.gov.au
More:
https://museumvictoria.com.au/immigrationmuseum/whats-on/from-volcanoes-we-sailed/

30 Apr -
30 Oct

From volcanoes we sailed: connecting Aeolian generations

From volcanoes we sailed: connecting Aeolian generations

Famous in Melbourne for their ‘fruit palaces’ Aeolians established a vast number of independent businesses in their newly adopted home. Aeolians have also become leaders in politics and society. Uncover the cultural heritage of the Aeolian community who hail from a volcanic archipelago in the Mediterranean, and encounter extraordinary families who have helped shape the culture of modern Melbourne.

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When:
12:00am - 11:00pm
More:
https://www.eyesurgeonsfoundation.org.au

01 Jul -
31 Jul

JulEYE

JulEYE

JulEYE is back and urging Australian’s to help change the way we see our future! The Eye Surgeons’ Foundation is asking Australians to donate $1 for every year of good sight they have enjoyed as part of its’ annual community awareness campaign, JulEYE.

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01 Jul -
31 Jul

Dry July

Dry July

Dry July is a not-for-profit organisation determined to improve the lives of adults living with cancer through an online social community giving up booze for the month of July. Whether joining as a part of a team or as an individual, participants take on the 31 days of July to raise funds and directly help adults living with cancer and their families to improve their quality of life.

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02 Jul -
24 Jul

Tour de Lounge

Tour de Lounge

Get sponsored to pedal along to the Tour de Lounge in the comfort of your own home, while also raising money for the Leukaemia Foundation. If you don’t have an exercise bike, cycling on a bike track, gym or anything else all count towards your kilometres. Funds raised will be invested in research and support services to care for those diagnosed with a blood cancer as well as their families.

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02 Jul -
24 Jul

Tour de Lounge

Get sponsored to pedal along to the Tour de Lounge in the comfort of your own home, while also raising money for the Leukaemia Foundation. If you don’t have an exercise bike, cycling on a bike track, gym or anything else all count towards your kilometres. Funds raised will be invested in research and support services to care for those diagnosed with a blood cancer as well as their families.

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When:
10:00am - 01:00pm
Access:
Disabled parking, Free parking, Public transport, Wheelchair access, Accessible toilets, Guide dog friendly
Phone:
0417979826
Email:
hfry44@bigpond.com
More:
www.rfd.org.au

03 Jul

Reserve Forces Day Parade

Reserve Forces Day Parade

The Reserve Forces Day Parade will held at the Shrine of Remembrance. All former and serving Navy, Army and Air Force Reservists are invited to attend as we commemorate the Centenary of the formation of 3rd Division and the appointment of Maj Gen John Monash as Commanding Officer. The parade will also have Lighthorse men on horseback, a static vehicle display and RAAF vintage aircraft flyover.

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When:
06:30pm - 11:59pm
Access:
Disabled parking, Free parking, Public transport, Wheelchair access, Accessible toilets, Guide dog friendly
Email:
dsveventteam@gmail.com
More:
disabilitysportvictoriagala.eventbrite.com.au

22 Jul

Disability Sport Victoria Gala

Disability Sport Victoria Gala

The Disability Sport Victoria Annual Fundraising Gala is one of the largest events featured on the DSV calendar. Featuring a luxurious night of a delicious 3 course meal with canapés on arrival, an auctioneer, entertainment, dancing all night and much more. DSV do everything in their power to ensure that disabled individuals feel included in sport & inspire all to ensure that 'Everyone can play".

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01 Aug -
07 Aug

Healthy Bones Action Week

Healthy Bones Action Week

Healthy Bones Action Week (formerly Nationally Healthy Bones Week) has been encouraging people of all ages to protect their bones since its inception in 1994. Osteoporosis is one of the least-discussed, under-diagnosed and under-treated diseases in Australia, yet poor bone health affects 2 in 3 Australians over 50 years, including a growing number of men.

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When:
06:00pm - 11:59pm
More:
http://www.blackdiamondgaladinner.com/

06 Aug

Black Diamond Gala Dinner

Black Diamond Gala Dinner

Like a diamond, life’s richly vivid moments shine brighter when polished by loving hands. Lifeline WA’s signature event, the BLACK DIAMOND Gala Dinner, returns in 2016 to the elegance and sophistication of Fraser’s State Reception Centre, Kings Park. Lifeline delivers services that aim to prevent suicide, support people in crisis and create opportunities for emotional wellbeing.

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07 Aug

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie - Fundraiser for BestLife

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie - Fundraiser for BestLife

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie is coming and we are raising money for BestLife! Please join our MC, Frances Whiting at New Farm Cinema for an afternoon of laughter and an opportunity to win a fabulous Door Prize and an array of darling Raffle Prizes! Simply order online at http://tix.yt/absolutely-fabulous-fundraiser-for-bestlife

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21 Aug

The Bloody Long Walk Adelaide

The Bloody Long Walk Adelaide

A 35km walk from Carrick Hill to Glenelg to raise funds to find a cure for mitochondrial disease.

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21 Aug -
27 Aug

2016 National Op Shop Week

2016 National Op Shop Week

Do Something are pleased to announce that National Op Shop Week 2016 will take place from Sunday Aug 21st to Aug 27th 2016. Please put the date in your diaries! The campaign slogan for 2015 was 'Op Till You Drop!'. We have a very exciting campaign planned to back that up this year, so please keep your eyes peeled for further announcements!

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25 Aug

A Ball On A Bike Gala Dinner

A Ball On A Bike Gala Dinner

Coupling compassion with indulgence, this gala event will electrify your senses. Clearly, the name 'A Ball On A Bike' is not ordinary. Sophistication meets quirkiness on a night about more than just charitable inspiration. "As a guest, here is a guarantee - this event will soar above your expectations, present unique value and a sensory overload."

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26 Aug

Daffodil Day

Daffodil Day

As one of the first flowers of spring, the daffodil symbolises rebirth and new beginnings. To Cancer Council, the daffodil represents hope for a cancer free future. Get involved this Daffodil Day by selling or buying merchandise and fresh daffodils, volunteering on a stall near you or making a donation. Together we can grow hope and beat cancer.

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04 Sep

The Bloody Long Walk Sydney North

The Bloody Long Walk Sydney North

A 35km walk from Palm Beach to Manly to raise funds to find a cure for mitochondrial disease.

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10 Sep -
11 Sep

Ride 8848 Royal National Park Everest Cycle - Cancer Council NSW

Ride 8848 Royal National Park Everest Cycle - Cancer Council NSW

Challenge yourself to cycle the height of Mountt Everest, 8,848m at Garie Beach, Sydney. This unique 24 hour event offers you unparalleled support and assistance to reach the summit. Base Camp at Garie Beach is transformed into a Himalayan mountain village where we will make sure you have somewhere comfortable to sleep, great food, great coffee, entertainment and a whole lot of fun.

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25 Sep

The Bloody Long Walk Perth

The Bloody Long Walk Perth

A 35km walk from South Perth to Cottesloe Beach to raise funds to find a cure for mitochondrial disease.

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