About This Campaign

As most of you are probably aware I work with kids who have experiences some pretty challenging things during their short lives. Family violence, homelessness, drug and alcohol issues, mental health issues, not knowing where their next meal is going to come from - the list goes on.

The resilience these kids show is amazing, the hope they still have for a "normal" life inspiring, the ability to smile, even when they are faced with adversity almost heartbreaking!

Currently the plan sits at trying to raise approximately $1000.00. About $500 of this will be spent on providing gifts to some of the most at-risk kids I work with, the other $500 will go towards a day out at the Trees Adventure - http://www.treesadventure.com.au/ - for a group of about 10 young people.

Anything amount you can contribute would be much appreciated and will go directly to the kids, not administration, not advertising - I am running this all to ensure that it goes to who needs it most.

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    A personalised thank you card from me and the kids including a "I supported Deadly Pressies" sticker!

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Amber Langham

Melbourne, Australia

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I have made it a priority throughout my career to uphold the principles of social justice. I work with young people from marginalized backgrounds to empower them and provide them with the programs, resources and tools necessary to achieve positive outcomes. I am extremely passionate about helping kids at risk reach their potential regardless of the negativity that may surround them.

  1. Updated posted by amberlangham On Dec 17, 2012

    Last few days!


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  2. Updated posted by amberlangham On Dec 06, 2012

    Half way is awesome...

    So we have made it to half way!! YAY for us! And the pressies have started arriving thanks to the postie. Can't wait to start wrapping them all!!! x


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  3. Updated posted by amberlangham On Dec 03, 2012

    Meet the kids...

    Just wanted to share with you a few of the young people your gifts will be going to this Christmas... A 17 year old with a 2 year old bub who was born at 27 weeks – so as you can imagine there are lots of health issues that the pair have ... to deal with. A 14 year old girl struggling with self harm issues who has been brought up thinking family violence is...


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