24 Oct ,2017 12:13 pm
It was a huge turnout on Sunday 8th October as the MAD riders and crew returned from the epic 3500km journey from Bunbury W.A to Bendigo.
25 Riders over 22 days conquered the 3500kms across Australia. An incredible support crew helped them achieve this amazing goal to raise funds and awar
21 Aug ,2017 05:49 pm
The MADCOW Stampede is on again!
Walk some laps around Lake Weeroona on Sunday October 8th and help raise money to support the homeless and disadvantaged families in the Bendigo area. Get your friends and family to sponsor you.
Be there at 1pm when the MAD Riders arrive back from their ep
28 Mar ,2017 01:46 pm
Why?…….because we want to highlight the need to help the most vulnerable in our community.
25 riders, 3440kms!
The MAD Ride 2017 – Departing Bunbury 17th Sept 2017 and arriving in Bendigo Oct 8th 2017
Supporting the MADCOW “Make A Difference Change Our World” initiative. Breaki
20 Feb ,2017 04:06 pm
Liam has been a big part of MADCOW cafe over the past few months. He has learnt customer service and barista skills but unfortunately for us he got a job! It’s no wonder though. Liam has been terrific. Good luck with the new job Liam. Thanks for your time here!
11 Oct ,2016 03:31 pm
Saturday 8th October 2016.
The inaugural MADCOW Stampede took place. The best weather on a Saturday we have had in months after a long winter. The crowds were out, the sun shone and we raised over $10000 to help us to continue our work at the grassroots level with those that are homeless
4 Jul ,2016 02:33 am
Meet Scotty! Scotty first started showing up at the Madcow breakfast every Tuesday morning.
He’s been homeless for the past year and has become part of the Madcow family at Life Essentials. Over the last 6 months or so Scotty has been able to access a hot shower, meals and taste some of
4 Jul ,2016 02:32 am
Lucy is a true champion and gives us great confidence that our future is bright. Lucy and her Mum regularly drop off boxes of high quality food to give to the needy.
She recently raised $200 through a stall and gave it to us to support our charity work. Just last week Lucy brought us a be
4 Jul ,2016 02:30 am
Ko Lo Mo and his family were forced out of their peaceful village in Burma by the Junta military and made their way over the mountains into Thailand. They spent the next 15 years in the Mae Surin refugee camp.
In 2011 Ko Lo Mo with his wife and new baby finally received a visa to some to
4 Jul ,2016 02:30 am
Here is a picture of Naw Mie with Ko Lo Mo. Naw Mie was our first employee with Eleven41 and shares a similar story.
Naw Mie now does most of our documents translation and has been an integral part of the success of Eleven41 Cleaning Enterprise as well as helping us connect better with th