Red Cross raises awareness

The Red Cross held a ‘big cake day’ fundraiser this week to raise money for programs they run in Griffith.
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SUPPORT IS HERE: Red Cross volunteer Raymond Uda, project officer Sue Delves, case worker Laura Johnson and support worker Kate Tralaggan. Picture: Anthony Stipo.

The two programs that run in Griffith are the ‘migration support program’ of which the aim has been toassist people who aren’t Australian residents or citizens who are in financial hardship, including asylum seekers.

The other programis called ‘many cultures one community’ and will run for 18 months.

The aim of the ‘many cultures one community’ program is to assist the“culturally and linguistically diverse” (CALD) community be more prepared when they faceemergencies, such as fire safety in the home.

Red Cross volunteer Raymond Uda said the work the Red Cross had done in the community was top notch.

“The Red Cross has done so much to help those who are very much in need, especially with the asylum seekers,” he said.

“They help them to speak very well and help them to engage in activities in the community, so helping the people who are very much in need.”

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