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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Help for Flood Affected in Queensland during Dec 2010 and Jan 2011



Many AUSMEPA schools, teachers, colleagues and friends have been affected either directly or indirectly by the serious flooding that has occurred in Queensland over the last six weeks not to mention subsequent flooding in states to the south. We share the community concern for flood affected homes, families, farms and businesses. Our thoughts go specially to the Marine Teachers and we would like to encourage everyone who can lend a hand to contribute to the cleanup and wonderful restoration efforts. 

Below please find information from the Queensland Government website for the ways you might be able to help  (click here

Significant flooding occurred in many areas of Queensland during late December 2010 and early January 2011, with three quarters of the state declared a disaster zone.
Recovery work is underway, with support available for those affected and opportunities for everyone to help others in need.

Need help?
Significant flooding occurred in many areas of Queensland during late December 2010 and early January 2011, with three quarters of the state declared a disaster zone.
Recovery work is underway, with support available for those affected and opportunities for everyone to help others in need.

Need help?

Community recovery, rebuilding and repairing homes and insurance.

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