>Re wins $1000 for Charity in ‘Bang the Table for a Cause’

Elizabeth Re won a $1000 at a conference that was donated by Bang the table (consultation group)to be given to charities of her choice.

Elizabeth choose two local organizatiosn who do a lot of grass roots caring in the community.

Shown below are the two organisations.

The conference Re-Generation: New Beginnings was the theme for the 2010 national congress and business expo, for the local government managers association and will capture the challenges and opportunities facing local government in the current environment of:

Issues discussed were:

  • Major climatic events as a result of climate change
  • Challenge to local economics due to the Global Financial Crisis
  • Local government’s capacity to deal with existing and future challenges.


Elizabeth Re With St Vincent De Paul

Elizabeth Re with Vinnies Staff

The first donation of $500 is to Saint Vincent DePaul http://www.vinnies.org.au/contact-national They are a local group who will be making up food parcels for local people and getting blankets etc. There is an office / shop in Morris Place Shopping centre in Morris Road Innaloo, the Convener for the Woodlands group is Stephanie Tenger.

Elizabeth Re with Wanslea Carers

Elizabeth Re with Wanslea Family Services presenting the cheque for $500

The second donation of $500 is to WANSLEA http://www.wanslea.asn.au/2009/index.html They are a local group that organize foster places for children from 0 to 12 years old . They provide clothes, toys etc for kids as they often have nothing when they are removed from their families. They are based at 110 Scarborough Beach Road Scarborough.

Bang the Table Company organiser:

The guy who started the Bang the Table company and came up with the idea of the prize was  Crispin Butteriss

Director, Bang the Table Pty Ltd

P: 1300 64 70 14

A: 158 Johnston Street, Collingwood VIC 3066 AUSTRALIA


Elizabeth Re is committed to supporting local community groups and makes the effort to show up to events as regularly as possible.