The Lady Musgrave Trust is Queensland’s oldest charity – breaking the cycle of homelessness for over 10,000 young women since 1885.
Our vision is for women and their children, throughout Queensland, to be free from homelessness.
The Lady Musgrave Trust believes all women deserve to feel safe and live a life free from hardship
I have been involved with RSPCA Cupcake day since 2010. When I worked in an office I would organise a cupcake stall to sell our cupcakes, each year got bigger and we raised more funds. In 2017 I joined forces with Stafford Police Station to assist their bake sale in raising funds on this day. It's such a blast meeting the community and their 4 legged friends and raising much needed funds to help animal welfare. Each year we aim to raise more funds than the previous year.
Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®) is an independent charity that helps families of seriously ill children. We help keep families together and close to the care their child needs.
After each cake decorating workshop I donate my demonstration cake to the Windsor RMHC. To date we have donated over 20 cakes, and seeing the excitement on everyone's face when I walk in the door with cake fills me with happiness.
I love the opportunity to give back to the community when ever I can, whether it be donating a cake for a fundraising event or volunteer work.
I've worked with many deserving charities since opening Cake My Day by Jo in 2016.
If you would like to get involved, find out more or make a donation click on the links below.
Helping Foster Kids achieve their dreams. The Pyjama Foundation was founded in 2004 to give children in foster care the opportunity to change the direction of their lives with learning, life skills, and confidence.
Alarmed at the statistics highlighting poor literacy and numeracy levels of children in care, and how this contributes to a lifetime of disadvantage, founder Bronwyn Sheehan made a decision – a decision to offer hope and a more positive outlook for these children.
The international spotlight was on the Gold Coast in 2018 as the city hosted the largest sporting event in Australia in a decade - GC2018 Commonwealth Games.
I was proud to be chosen as a volunteer and worked with many dedicated people over the course of 14 days. I was lucky to have met some of our athletes, their family & friends whilst on duty in Cararra Stadium where my Spectator Services role was based.
I had a blast and can't wait till we win the 2032 Olympic bid (fingers crossed)
The Anzac Day Parade in Brisbane has been an annual event since the first Anzac Day in 1916. The parade recognises the sacrifice of those members of the Australian Defence Force and honours them and their family's.
I have been volunteering for the Anzac Day parade in Brisbane as a buggy driver since 2019 and each year I love meeting all the fablous folks who jump into my buggy.