Giving Back to the Community
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Johns’ dream is to make a difference in peoples lives.
He has seen so much suffering and despair in people who just need someone to care. From people on the street, to families of domestic violence to just the everyday pensioner doing it tough, and if they can just make the smallest difference to someone it has made their day.
Proceeds from Johns book Invisible Scars, will fund their You Tube Community Project, and brighten many peoples lives.
After coming from such a broken family and living in such a cold, cruel world that at times, didn’t give them the love that they deserved. Family is so important to them now after all of their lost years, that they want to leave a legacy to their families. This is their small way of MAKING A DIFFERENCE. Every sale of Johns book will make a difference to how much they can give to people, please support their cause and buy the book.
John has recently released his second book 2190 The Heartland, which is a light hearted read of people in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s who grew up in the Sydney suburbs of Greenace/Chullora and surrounding suburbs. It is made up of stories, memories and recollections. As told in Invisible Scars, John strongly believes that he was molded into the man he is today from growing up in an era, where it took a village to raise a child, and this was certainly the case in 2190. Below are some photos of his very successful book launch in Chullora.
2190 Book Launch
John with the founder of the 2190 The Heartland Greenace/Chullora and surrounding suburbs Facebook page Noel McGarrity.
Back from my annual visit to the Port Villa Suango- Mele school and so proud of the kids who all are doing so well in there studies. Im honored to be able to help support them through the tough times, as again we have to rebuild one of the classrooms destroyed in the last cyclone. Due to your support we were also able to help out financially the kids from a neighboring school, and special thanks to there teacher for allowing us the photo. I’d like to take the opportunity to encourage you all to my web site www.moffscommunityprojects.com.
Its with your help in buying my book Invisible Scars, and soon to be released E books or sharing so others might, that affords me to be able to help those less fortunate . I are look forward to a planned food run in Syd and Bris for those sleeping rough on our streets at present. To those behind my latest drive to buy and have transported to the school the Fairy Floss machine pictured below, a massive shout out of thanks, it will be used for fund raising to raise much needed funds to build an under cover area for the students, and will also be used at the cruise dock terminal. Just on the new terminal being built at Vila, its coming along well, and once up and running will have the capabilities of up to two cruise ships a day, so will help double its current tourist numbers.
Just a reminder anyone wishing to book my services as a guest speaker, please contact via by my web page, or ph 0431287105. I have some exciting news for those involved in my next speaking tour. Already booked solid for mid November and December sorry.
ONE BOOK AT A TIME HELPS SOMEONE IN NEED
John Moffatt Smith
The boys, thanks to the community, donated some much needed cash to an elderly pensioner and ex-navy serviceman on the Central Coast, who had fallen on hard times.
Feeding the homeless in Sydney has been one of the most personal and rewarding for John and Tom so far.
The boys donate some much needed blankets to the homeless via Rosies.
While leaving his own mark in his endeavours’ to help others by donating proceeds of sales into a Community based help project that he developed . All who buy Johns book can nominate a person doing it tough in their community or an organization that could do with some much needed injection of funds, then if chosen are help via monetary or necessary equipment to make life that little bit easier.
Each recipient helped is part of a You Tube clip that is uploaded after each project is completed. With four finished to date and more to be added in the coming weeks. The first project they helped an ex-navy serviceman who had fallen on hard times, to where his electricity was to be disconnected and with rent arrears was looking at possible eviction, so with this sorted they then, for the second instalment used money from the sales of Johns book to buy blankets, towels and wooly wear to donate to an organization called Rosies who distribute warm clothing, essentials and food to the homeless.
The third of the series was a pay it forward promise that both John and his wife Donna had made, this being if the time came to leave their successful cleaning business, rather than sell they would give it to a suitable family in the hope this would change their lives for the better.
They have also just completed a very satisfying deed, which they said was a great success and look forward to repeating asap. With a car chocked full of bags of un perishable food items, John and his brother Tom set out across Sydney starting at the South West side La Perouse, making their way around through Hurstville then out to Campbelltown out West, then back to Woolloomooloo in the city, finishing with the final handouts at the Wayside chapel at Kings Cross.