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Rotary DIK volunteers stay safe during COVID restrictions. DIK’s care for our community has continued through all the pandemic safety restrictions of the last year. 

A Maribyrnong Council Grant was crucial in keeping the store open during all the phases of restrictions.  $2,500 allowed purchase of hand hygiene stations, COVID Safe posters and a chemical fogging decontamination system.

Provision of mobility aids, shower and toilet assistance devices to local folk who require assistance in our local community is very important when we realise that otherwise they would be incapacitated.  Physiotherapists, occupational therapists and other health care workers have accessed the store continuously throughout COVID restrictions.

Donations from corporate benefactors that otherwise would be destined to landfill have been able to be accepted during the COVID lockdown phases.  Shipping to our neighbouring countries far and wide that require assistance has continued with a reduced volunteer workforce, supported by the COVID Safe measures purchased enabled by the Maribyrnong Council

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Good job

Thanks for that information Judith nice catching up with you both yesterday at Margs cafe great work that is being done by all volunteers.💕

Papua New Guinea clubs seek help to assist with COVID-19 outbreak.
A big thank you to DIK Inc. supporter clubs in Victoria.  Over a 10-hour period on Saturday club members and friends packed and wrapped eight pallets of medical PPE and handwash as part of an Australia-wide appeal for assistance by DIK Brisbane. The goods were transferred to Brisbane on Tuesday and will be shipped to PNG on 17 April.

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Well done to all of you Rotarians for what you are doing to help other people in need.

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