Day Of Difference

Day of Difference was established in 2004 by Ron and Carolyn Delezio after their beloved daughter Sophie was critically injured incurring burns to 85% of her tiny body and loss of limbs.  Day of Difference's PhD and Pilot Family Support Program is a ground-breaking initiative that aims to reduce the impact of a child's critical injury on the family unit and provide the best possible environment for recovery and long term acceptance.   It is estimated between 6,000 and 9,000 children are critically injured in Australia every year.  Whilst overseas research indicates a strong relationship between the parent's involvement and the child's recovery, the impact of the critical injury on the parents themselves has never been isolated. 


Through a three-year program commencing February 2013, Day of Difference will undertake extensive research, in collaboration with the seven paediatric trauma hospitals, to develop the first national early intervention strategy for the families of critically injured children.   The program will identify the unmet needs of the parents and the family on the basis of improved medical outcomes and a reduced cost burden to the Australian health system during the life of the critically injured child.
Humanitarian Aid

This miraculous 100 foot ship is serving in the South Pacific as a mobile ministerial training facility, evangelistic platform, humanitarian aid and transportation tool that can access islands completely isolated due to lack of airfields and ship routes. Instead of the people having to get to us we are going to the nations. She is a trademark of God’s Goodness throughout the South Pacific!

On September 29, 2009 a 7.9 magnitude earthquake hit just South of the Samoan Islands creating a tsunami that completely devastated the southern villages of Samoa. Kelly Duininck Ministries sprang into action immediately by bringing humanitarian aid in through the Red Cross, Feed the Hungry, Katina Missions, Samaritans Purse, Rhema U.S.A., Faith Life Church of Branson, as well as many partners around the world. We continue in these efforts to rebuild and bring a message of hope to the people of Samoa.
Substance Abuse

It is the mission of Teen Challenge to provide youth, adults and children an effective and comprehensive faith-based solution to drug and alcohol addiction as well as other life-controlling problems

REIWA's main objectives are to help create the best possible business environment for its members and to promote professionalism within the industry. It does this in a number of ways: Government Liaison, Public Advocacy, REIWA's Public Information Line, Learning and Training, and Branches and Networks

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