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When Jesus comes amongst us, we see a vision of the Kingdom of God manifested. Through his life, teaching and sacrifice he points us to God’s good intention for our world. 

A world marked by love, beauty and grace that is reconciled, renewed and flourishing. 

In Australia we envision a country where Reconciliation allows injustices to be righted and this nation to be enriched. A country that embraces people seeking asylum and our diverse cultures are celebrated and honoured. Where we lead the world to find and pursue a more sustainable trajectory. And where there is safety, support and enough for all. But we have a long way to go. 

Right now Australia has a once in a generation opportunity to move forward on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander justice.  Implementing the Uluru Statement from the Heart needs your support. It is crucial we listen deeply and take action.

Give this Christmas and help the good break forth in Australia. 

Your donation will help support the development of resources, tools, and campaigning for First Nations justice in 2023. 

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Account Name: Christians for Justice Ltd   
BSB: 633-000   
A/c: 152 835 336
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What an incredible response so far! Thank you! There's still time to give and help us reach $15,000 so that we can pursue justice into 2023. 

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Note: Funds raised in excess of what’s needed for the Uluru Statement from the Heart campaigning will go towards the other justice areas of Common Grace.