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    The people behind Unireach:

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    DAVID LEE
    Director

    Business & Employer Sponsored Specialist

    MARN: 1170801

    Justice of the Peace

    WA REG: 29607

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    WILLIAM HONG
    Graduate & Skilled Migration Specialist

    MARN: 1686831

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    YVONNE TAN
    Family and Student Visa Specialist

    MARN: 1793751

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    Crawley Office

    8/126 Broadway

    CRAWLEY WA 6009

    Karawara Office

    Shop 63 Waterford Plaza Shopping Centre

    213 Kent Street

    KARAWARA WA 6152

    Hours

    Weekdays 10:00am to 5:30pm

    Closed Weekend & Public Holidays

     

    EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES

    Unireach supports Step1 International Ltd and its project community development project Reach Kids Lanka.  Step1 International Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation committed to establishing learning environments for children living in poverty in Sri Lanka. Step1 International Ltd invests in providing education and training to these children empowering them to live meaningful and productive lives, thereby alleviating the effects of poverty.

     

    Project Link: https://globaldevelopmentgroup.org/au/projects/j1009n-reach-kids-lanka/

    Project Fund Raising Page: https://step1-gdg-j1009n.raisely.com

     

    Reach Kids Lanka (Step 1 International) is a partner for Project J1009N with Global Development Group (GDG; ABN 57 102 400 993). GDG is a charitable Non Government Organisation [NGO] carrying out humanitarian projects with approved partners and providing aid to relieve poverty. Gifts over $2 are tax deductible in the USA, Australia, and over $5 New Zealand. All donations are received subject to GDG's donation and privacy policy (www.gdg.org.au/policy). If excess funds are received they may be applied to other approved project activities.