Donation Fifty Dollars Canefields Activities & NDIS

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Donation Fifty Dollars Canefields

Donation fifty dollars Canefields $50. Firstly, your donation is most welcome. Secondly, the funds received will be of great benefit. For example, assist with our NDIS provider service and provide for member activities. Likewise, see below for clubhouse activities and member facilities. (donation fifty dollars canefields)

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Who's who on the $50 banknote?

WHAT’S ON THE NEW BANKNOTE

A range of innovative new security features. They have been incorporated in the new $50 banknote. Helps to keep it secure from counterfeiting. These security features are similar to those in the $5 and $10 banknotes issued in 2016 and 2017.

The new $50 banknote retains the portraits of David Unaipon and Edith Cowan. They are drawn from the same source photographs represented on the first polymer $50 banknote.

Each denomination in the new series of banknotes will feature a different species. Australian wattle and a native bird are within a number of the security features. The $50 banknote features the Acacia humifusa and the Black Swan (Cygnus atratus).

The banknote celebrates David Unaipon, an inventor. He is Australia’s first published Aboriginal author. Edith Cowan, was the first female member of an Australian parliament.

Their work is recognised in several design elements on the banknote. Shields are from Unaipon’s Ngarrindjeri nation. Images portraying the practices of miwi and navel cord exchange about which Unaipon wrote.

The banknote also includes pictures of the gumnut brooch. Cowan had made it to symbolise that entry into Parliament was a ‘tough nut to crack’ for women.  The King Edward Memorial Hospital, is a women’s and maternity hospital that she helped establish.

DATE OF FIRST ISSUE

The new $50 banknote was released into general circulation on 18 October 2018.

DID YOU KNOW?

  • The microprint features excerpts of Unaipon’s book Legendary Tales of the Australian Aborigines and Edith Cowan’s maiden speech to Western Australian Parliament.
  • Edith Cowan became the first Australian woman to enter parliament when she was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia in 1921.
  • David Unaipon played a vital role with the mission church Raukkan Church at Point McLeay as an organist and inspirational lay preacher.

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In conclusion, we would like to give you our heartfelt thanks. We wish for you happiness, loving kindness and compassion. Likewise, may we continue to grow and prosper together.

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