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Donate and subscribe if you like the ‘South Sydney Herald’ as much as I do 

Do you like your South Sydney Herald (SSH) as much as I do? Do you have some spare cash to help the South Sydney Uniting Church pay for printing and distribution? The SSH has recently introduced a tiered subscription service and donations are available via the SSH website.

Do you know anyone who needs to know what’s going on in South Sydney? Why not gift them a subscription to the SSH for their birthday? Do you feel like being charitable? Why not gift the RPA Adult Mental Health Unit a one year subscription to the SSH? If you’re feeling particularly generous, why not give one to Caritas or St Vincent’s Hospital as well?

Subscriptions are available at here and all donations are gratefully accepted and are used to improve the paper and keep your local newspaper up and running!


Gill Robson writes at www.gillspracticalbookkeeping.com

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