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To shine a light on depression!

With thanks to the support of so many people like us people like YOU last year, depressioNet received a grant from the federal department of Health & Ageing to support a number of projects around quality, accuracy and safety.
However the funds from the Federal Government cannot be used to cover any of the core costs of providing the depressioNet service. We, people like us, need to find or create the financial support needed to ensure that depressioNet is available to all now and into the future.

We need to raise a minimum of $50,000 per year to ensure that we can continue to cover our core costs such as rent, power, phone etc
Please consider setting up a regular donation of just $8 per month
via credit card or funds transfer.
Every little bit helps
For more information on our 2006 fundraising campaign, visit http://www.depressioNet.com.au/investinhope.html

depressioNet is people like us - people like you and I. There are so many of us living with depression that together, each contributing a little each month, we CAN secure depressioNet for the future.

All donations to depressioNet are Tax Deductible
There is a Team member available 24-hours a day.

Visit our dNet Centres page for more information
on this exciting project and the benefits it will bring.

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