Live Below the Line stresses high expectation for May’s campaign
A clever initiative by Oaktree, encourages Australian’s to spend only $2 on food and drink for five days in may.
Live Below the Line have raised over 200 thousand dollars which will go to assisting residents in South East Asia who are disadvantaged.
This challenge aims to educate Australian’s on poverty in places like South East Asia and Australia alike.
Mariam Koslay reports
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