Where’s Australian charity in Second Life?

One of SL’s greatest strengths is its ability to muster the community for worthwhile causes. The Relay For Life is one well-known example and we’ve covered and the Garden for the Missing is another that has gained a lot of interest.

Given Australia is one of the larger contingents in Second Life, where’s the Australian effort in community service / charity? If you know of one, we’d love to cover it. Even if you offer free services to the SL community, let us know.

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  1. …and good causes Lowell. For example last week Richard James Allen honoured the souls of Buddhist monks and others who have perished in Burma in these last days, RichardJamesJiva Allen by reading for 90 minutes from The Tibetan Book of the Dead to 35 avatars in my build of Thursday’s Fictions in Second Life on Friday October 5, 2007.

    A quick document video of this here

    Supported by Australian companies SLCN.tv and The Project Factory.

    Gary

  2. …and good causes Lowell. For example last week Richard James Allen honoured the souls of Buddhist monks and others who have perished in Burma in these last days, RichardJamesJiva Allen by reading for 90 minutes from The Tibetan Book of the Dead to 35 avatars in my build of Thursday’s Fictions in Second Life on Friday October 5, 2007.

    A quick document video of this here


    Supported by Australian companies SLCN.tv and The Project Factory.

    Gary

  3. I think it’s largely due to population numbers that we don’t have such a thing happening…

    But that should not hold us back!

    The relay for life was probably one of the best things I’ve seen on SL to date!!! Not sure how much they made in the end , though..

  4. I think it’s largely due to population numbers that we don’t have such a thing happening…

    But that should not hold us back!

    The relay for life was probably one of the best things I’ve seen on SL to date!!! Not sure how much they made in the end , though..

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