Doing the right thing for the needy

Badass Monkies raises funds for underprivileged communities and people in detention centres. Photo: Badass Monkies

This year, most of us have had a slight taste of what it’s like to have our “normal” lives interrupted, our movements controlled, leaving many feeling uncertain about the future.

But imagine if feeling this way was your entire reality, never knowing where your next meal is coming from or if you will even be able to take a shower in the next few days.

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