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PURPOSE: BASIL HANNA SAYS THE $1.9 MILLION FROM THE PARKERVILLE FUNDRAISER WILL BE USED TO BUILD A CHILD ADVOCACY CENTRE. PHOTO: GRANT CURRALL

Record funds raised in downturn

TWO not-for-profit organisations this month demonstrated that carefully planned and targeted fundraising activities can achieve outstanding results in spite of the poor economic conditions.

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WA Revenue

24th↑Senses Australia$20.1m
25th-Richmond Wellbeing$17.8m
26th-Parkerville Children and Youth Care$17.6m
27th↓Heart Foundation$15.5m
28th↓St Bartholomew's House$14.7m
117 charitable organisations ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

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