We all know and love our local charities.
They work tirelessly for the community and people who are in need whether that be financially, health-related or through unfortunate circumstances.
Typically, we all honour these groups who work so hard for what may seem like no reward, but for many volunteers and for all the organisations in this publication, helping someone in need is the biggest reward imaginable.
Explore the pages of the Wagga Charities and Services Guide 2018 to see how you can help.
If you want to volunteer, charities are always looking for new people to join the ranks or if you can’t commit to volunteering you can always go along to events.
Events like Wagga Takes Two, Wagga Food and Wine Fest and Relay for Life all donate their profits to charity.
Attending and spending money at these events is a good way to support local charities as the proceeds are donated to charities.
Read the online edition of Wagga Charities and Services Guide 2018 here or pick up a copy from the Daily Advertiser office at 19 Peter Street.
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