• Energy Cut

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    Energy Cut

    Energy Cut is a project created by the DoSomething! charity in partnership with the Australian Government to help cut your energy bills.

  • Nat Op Shop Week

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    Nat Op Shop Week

    National Op Shop Week: More and more Australians are turning to charity op shops to buy clothes. However, charity op shops still need good quality donations. Making a donation can help op shops from running short of stock.

  • DS Near You

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    DS Near You

    DoSomethingNearYou is a portal to connect people with their local community initiatives. The website offers community volunteering, events & fundraising and is even localised to each one of Australia's 16,000 suburbs!

  • FoodWise

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    ‘FoodWise’ is DoSomething’s national campaign to reduce the environmental impact of Australia’s food consumption. We want Australians to become more educated and informed about the food that they eat.

  • Nat Calendar

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    Nat Calendar

    The National Calendar is DoSomething's guide to community events around the country. If you're looking to be involved with an event near you, or you're a not-for-profit organisation wanting to promote a state or national event, the National Calendar is there for you.

  • Save Paper

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    Save Paper

    Save Paper aims to reduce the 1.52 million tonnes of printing and writing paper used in Australia every year by working with Australian businesses to save money and protect the environment

  • Go Tap

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    Go Tap

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    Go Tap

    Australians spend half a billion dollars a year on bottled water. That wastes money and damages the environment. Go Tap campaigns to reduce bottled water use and revive public drinking fountains.

  • Ban The Bag

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    Ban The Bag

    Australians use over 6 billion non-biodegradable plastic bags each year. Made from fossil fuels, these can pollute the environment and harm marine life. DoSomething is working for a national ban on non-biodegradable plastic checkout bags.

  • Help East Timor

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    Help East Timor

    East Timor is a beautiful and culturally rich nation yet too many of its people live in poverty. Help East Timor is DoSomething's campaign to promote investment, trade and volunteering.

  • Free Book

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    Free Book

    'Sustainable Growth' is the new book from DoSomething Founder Jon Dee. It shows that going green can boost business profits. Click here to get a free copy from Sensis.

  • Help Armenia

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    Help Armenia

    In 1989, Jon Dee rallied rock stars to record a cover of Smoke on the Water, raising $100 000 for Armenian earthquake victims. 20 years later comes the DoSomething remix to rebuild a music school destroyed by the original earthquake


23rd November 2014

Do Something Founder Jon Dee and NSW Environment Minister Rob Stokes are both calling on personal care companies to phase out the use of plastic microbeads by the end of 2016.


The phase out of the tiny plastic beads used in facial scrubs and exfoliants is gathering pace. As concern grows about the environmental impact of plastic microbeads, the Australian arms of two multinational companies have confirmed that they're phasing them out.

Read more about the microbeads phase-out here.



20th October 2014

Do Something are pleased to announce that National Op Shop Week 2015 will take place from Sunday Aug 23rd to Aug 30th 2015. Please put the date in your diaries!


Network TEN Newsreader Sandra Sully has come on board to join Op Shop Week Founder Jon Dee as one of the official ambassadors for 2015. Sandra fronted Op Shop Week when Do Something launched it back in 2012 - it's great to have her back on board supporting the charity op shops that are taking part in the event.


The campaign slogan for 2015 is 'Op Till You Drop!'. We have a very exciting campaign planned to back that up, so please keep your eyes peeled for further announcements!


Visit the 2015 National Op Shop Week website.


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