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Multicultural Australia and our partners Suncorp are pleased to offer a free Storm Ready webinar to help members of Queensland's culturally diverse communities get ready for this year's storm season (November 2020 to April 2021).

We've already experienced major storms across Queensland in the past week including flash flooding, hail damage and power outages across the South-East corner.  The the Bureau of Meteorology are forecasting that there is an increased risk of cyclones, rain and storms for Queensland this season.

This online session with Scott Cooper from Suncorp's Disaster Response Team will provide you with easy to follow hints and tips for preparing your family and home for extreme weather. It’s also important that you check your insurance and make yourself aware of who to contact for help during a storm.  

If you attend this session will can be in the running to receive a Suncorp Household Emergency Starter Kit valued at $100. The kit includes a first aid kit, torch and portable charger.  Email events@multiculturalaustralia.org.au to register for your free kit (we have 250 available).

 

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MON

09

NOVEMBER
5:30pm - 6:30pm
WHERE
Online via ZOOM
CONTACT
Ali Ibrahim ·
93 RSVPS
Dominika Ricardi Flora Lasu nassi dian Lal Nun Tluang mohammad kavah zandi Tial Kip Thluai Tial Kip Thluai Alireza Sabetghadam Maryam Alizadehtalehbazloo manizheh elahdadi salmani maryam farjami maryam vafaei mohammad reza elahdadi salmani mahnaz rizvandi alireza jafari azar limouchi lida bahmanziari monireh elahdadi salmani Hamid Farahani Zubyar Soe Naing Daniel Salmani Syed Zahir Ul Husnain Siang Par Bengankuna Mukendi van sung Tha cuai Htoo Ngun Zahau Bhupal Rai Bala Kanniah Sarumathy Roshan Natarajan Kandasamy Lachi B Bala Rai Anil Dalsania Noel Francis Vijayan K nathan raja Rose Vearing Rev. Noor Alcasmuosa Hala Hijleh Pacifique Gakindi Hniar Cin Sung Grace Samuel Abdirahman Mohamud Livingston Po Ching Habib Jamal Abdi Shirwa Dinah John Lida Daliri
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9-11-2020 17:30:00 9-11-2020 18:30:00 Australia/Brisbane Storm Readiness Webinar for Culturally Diverse Communities     Multicultural Australia and our partners Suncorp are pleased to offer a free Storm Ready webinar to help members of Queensland's culturally diverse communities get ready for this year's storm season (November 2020 to April 2021). We've already experienced major storms across Queensland in the past week including flash flooding, hail damage and power outages across the South-East corner.  The the Bureau of Meteorology are forecasting that there is an increased risk of cyclones, rain and storms for Queensland this season. This online session with Scott Cooper from Suncorp's Disaster Response Team will provide you with easy to follow hints and tips for preparing your family and home for extreme weather. It’s also important that you check your insurance and make yourself aware of who to contact for help during a storm.   If you attend this session will can be in the running to receive a Suncorp Household Emergency Starter Kit valued at $100. The kit includes a first aid kit, torch and portable charger.  Email events@multiculturalaustralia.org.au to register for your free kit (we have 250 available).   Presented by       Ali Ibrahim AliI@multiculturalaustralia.org.au
Who's RSVPing
Dominika Ricardi
Flora Lasu
nassi dian
Lal Nun Tluang
mohammad kavah zandi
Tial Kip Thluai Tial Kip Thluai
Alireza Sabetghadam
Maryam Alizadehtalehbazloo
manizheh elahdadi salmani
maryam farjami
maryam vafaei
mohammad reza elahdadi salmani
mahnaz rizvandi
alireza jafari
azar limouchi
lida bahmanziari
monireh elahdadi salmani
Hamid Farahani
Zubyar Soe Naing
Daniel Salmani
Syed Zahir Ul Husnain
Siang Par
Bengankuna Mukendi
van sung
Tha cuai Htoo
Ngun Zahau
Bhupal Rai
Bala Kanniah
Sarumathy Roshan
Natarajan Kandasamy

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