Be the change? build a fence



picket fence
Kinwomen Reno Rescue

We are building a fence for a home that houses young women who are pregnant off the streets. Whats so important about a fence?

For us, it signifies security, safety and a sense of home. We want to make this house as comfortable and as safe as possible for these women.

The details are:

12 posts X 90 x 90 = $324
20 rails x $7.99 = $159.80
184 pickets x $2.48 = $456.32
Picket gate = $45.31
Total $985.43

23 metres of fencing by $42.85 a metre

Bank details: picket fence
Name of organization = S.O.U.L. Care
Westpac Rockingham City Branch
BSB: 036- 074
Account No: 454667

Servants of United Love Incorporated is an incorporated body and has DGR status which stands for Deductible Gift Recipient. All donations given are tax deductible. Please email Patty Powell, Treasurer of Servants of United Love Incorporated on pattypowell@iinet.net.au if you would like a receipt for your donation.


About Amanda

Amanda Viviers Is an Author, Speaker, Creative Consultant and Novice Mum. Author of three books and she can be found most days at her shack close to the beach writing her fourth. She writes daily at www.amandaviviers.com and has worked in professional musical theatre. She worked on staff at Riverview for 12 years, mostly in the field of Creative Arts. Finalist in the Telstra Young Business Woman of the year and Community Services Award. She has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in History and Literature and studied Musical Theatre at WAPPA. She is a presenter on radio across New Zealand and Australia and is the co-founder of kinwomen; a network created especially for women. Recent Winner of ‘2013 CMA Best Digital Media Project Award’ for her blog Capture life. She is passionate about social justice and in the past has loved supporting children in the slums of Thailand and Indonesia. Wife of Charl and Mum of Maximus and Liberty. She lives a creative life, longing to see people lived inspired.