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  Dozens of children heard the Gospel taught at camps across Tasmania during the winter months, thanks to your support. And despite some heavy rain, nothing could […]

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Your gift will help us to grow the work we do, bringing hope to a young generation of Tasmanians.

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SU Holiday Camps

  Dozens of children heard the Gospel taught at camps across Tasmania during the winter months, thanks to your support. And despite some heavy rain, nothing could […]

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Do Poker Machines belong in your local community?

SU Tasmania is a member of a coalition of community organisations who are concerned about the harm caused by gambling.

Ka-Ching is a production that discusses the effects of gambling in the community. Screenings are being held over the coming week in Devonport, Launceston and Glenorchy.

If you'd like more information or to come along to one of these events, please register at the below URL for your region.

Glenorchy: actionnetwork.org/events/do-poker-machines-belong-in-glenorchy

Launceston: actionnetwork.org/events/free-event-do-poker-machines-belong-in-launceston

Devonport: actionnetwork.org/events/free-event-do-poker-machines-belong-in-devonport
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