Category Archives: Donations
Whilst we’ve only been in the office since the 3rd of January, we’ve been working with a number of clients to get their websites ready for launch. This month we’ve just launched three new websites. These include:
- Rebrand and migration of the 2019 website for Andrie Designs
- New development for Richmond Vale Railway Museum
- New development launch for NSW Street Rod Committee
Screenshots of the homepages of those sites below:
Andrie Designs – Detailed sewing patters for professional results:
NSW Street Rod Committee – Supporting Rodding for 40 Years:
Richmond Vale Railway Museum – Preserving the railway & mining heritage J & A Brown and the Hunter Valley
Contributions to the community:
$1000 Donation to Richmond Vale Railway Museum – coming February 2019
Each year Natalie Crowe Designs supports a number of worthy local causes with donations of time and funds. Much like the past 10 years, we’ve shared our skillset and contributed to supporting the Hunter Valley. This year 2019 we’ve jumped right in and put our money where our mouth is. We ARE here to help!
We’ve contributed $1000 donation to Richmond Vale Railway Museum with the cheque for $1000 being drawn at the end of January and to be presented to the Railway Museum expected in early February.
Aspect Paver Sponsorship:
Whilst Natalie Crowe Designs is already a Strive For Autism Committee member, Natalie Crowe Designs has jumped on the bandwagon to help support the Autism Spectrum Australia – with paver sponsorship going towards Hunter First Autism Specific High School. We’re proud to have been a part of this process and provided contribution to a much needed resource in our community.
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Sawyers Gully Animal Rescue Group
Every few months my partner and I go down to our local animal rescue group and do some sort of donation for them. We were in touch with Sawyers Gully Animal Rescue Weston who explained that with their current cats and kittens in care they are going through 42 cans of cat food in a single night. 42 cans! That’s insane.They let us know that there ALDI locally was the most cost effective option and that anything we could donate would be greatly appreciated… so we went on a bit of a rampage…. This was what we walked out of Aldi at Greenhills at Maitland with on Sunday afternoon.
The photo above is two ALDI trolleys full of 27 trays (12 cans in each) a total of 324 cans…. Would you believe this massive number (only 8 trays short of a pallet) will only last the Sawyers Gully Animal Rescue for about 7 days.. I just can’t get enough.. It’s something like $200+ worth of food right there… They go through $300+ a week for food and rely on donations… Much like a lot of the rescue groups in the area.
If you’d like to donate to them, please feel free to contact me personally or I can put you in touch with the girls directly. They have a facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sawyers-Gully-Animal-Rescue-Weston/554196344616086 which you can visit, like and follow their progress.
Directly from their Facebook Page Info:
We are a not for profit organisation animal rescue shelter located at Weston NSW Australia.
Run by Dee Walton 0410 645886 and Karen Delemos 0421 102104
We rescue cats and kittens that are abused, sick, abandoned or facing death in the pounds.
We help find companions for our seniors by finding them a suitable animal to their needs. We do this out of our own pockets as a way to give back to the community.
ABN: 27 275 199 002
Giving unwanted animals a second chance. Contributions to our vet bills are most welcomed and appreciated.
Name: Sawyers Gully Animal Rescue
Dee on 0410 645886 or
Karen on 0421 102104
To educate people of the need to desex their pets. To save and place animals into loving homes only. Pets are for life!
We rescue cats and kittens that are abused, sick, abandoned or facing deaths in pounds. We aim to assist in our local area. whilst there is a limit to the amount of animals we can take in at one time, we do endeavour to help if possible. Bottle fed babies are classed as urgent and are given priority.
Sawyers Gully Animal Rescue (SGAR) is run by Dee Walton and Karen Delemos. We are a fully registered entity who is in the process of turning it into a charity.