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The Northside Chronicle Champions Tucker Tokens!

Huge thanks to Andrea MacLeod for doing a story on our Tucker Token idea so we can spread the love outside of Cup From Above.

All you need to do is ask your local cafe if they do Tucker Tokens and offer to buy one for someone in need for them to give away.  Thanks for helping people less fortunate than yourself.

Here’s the article…

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CFA in the Northside Chronicle 13th May 2015

We’d like to say a huge thanks to all the amazing people who have helped out since the floods.  Our path that was only just finished has been re-finished.  We’ve been inundated with donations & support for people who were affected by the floods.  We’d especially like to thank Aaron Needer and the other local church crew who actually went to the caravan park with gloves and shovels and got their hands dirty helping out the people in our community in the most dire need.  Much respect guys.

There’s still more people in need… keep an eye on our facebook page for updates for what you can do to help.

And thanks to Dannielle DePinto from the Northside Chronicle the article & Russell Brown for taking the pic! 
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Ash Kong in the Chronicle

This month the Cup From Above Community has been getting behind Ash Kong and his family to get the therapy he needs to be able to communicate.  Great to have the Northside Chronicle cover the story of this brave young local.

 

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Cup From Above in the Northside Chronicle

Cup From Above was proudly reviewed by Jorja Orreal in the Northside Chronicle today!

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Community Concert for Ash this Saturday

A big thanks to Jorja Orreal at the Northside Chronicle for the front page coverage of Ash and the community concert this Saturday night, 25 October. 

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We’ve been collecting donations for Ash’s speech therapy lessons all month and you can donate at the cafe during the week or at the concert. We’ve got a great night organised with a line up including Andrew Peacock, Innersense and John Keenan. The music kicks off at 6pm with a BBQ and drinks for sale. 

Andrew will be selling his albums on the night, Between What’s Yours (2004) and Mine and The Lights of Your Town (2013), for $20 each. For every sale, Andrew will donate $10 to Ash’s speech therapy. This is a brilliant way to take home some amazing music and support Ash at the same time. 

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So grab a friend or five and make sure you’re here on Saturday night. It’s going to be great!

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Adam James being interviewed on 96Five

Here’s a clip of Adam James from Cup From Above discussing the current situation in Aspley and what is being done to solve the crisis at hand.

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Courier Mail covers Suspended Coffees

Cup From Above was honoured to be featured in article by the Courier Mail on Suspended Coffees today!  A big thank you to Leanne Edmistone for writing the article.  Get the PDF here Courier Mail 7Oct14.

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COMMUNITY CONCERT FOR C.A.R.S. THIS SATURDAY NIGHT

Northside Chronicle - 20140917Thanks to the Northside Chronicle for their great article for the book launch and community concert this Saturday 25th September. We’re really excited to be celebrating the launch of Peter Rowe’s new book and as always, we have a great line up of performers so make sure you come along!

For more information check out the Facebook event.

 

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Cup From Above interviewed on Vision Radio Network

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Adam from Cup From Above was proud to be interviewed by Matt Prater & Richelle Wenham from Vision Radio Network last week.  You can visit their website here.

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Community Concert for our Homeless Friends this Saturday Nite

Chronicle 26Aug14The lovely people at the Northside Chronicle have published an article on our upcoming Community Concert this Saturday night 30th August 2014.  We’ve got some great musos lined up and the cash raised on the night is going towards helping our homeless friends here in Aspley.

For more info on the event this Saturday nite check the details on facebook here.

 

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