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Ian Parker Bipolar Research Fund in the Media

Media stories of the Ian Parker Bipolar Research Fund

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  • Knitter uses skills for charity – Courtesy of The Colac Herald
    Knitter uses skills for charity – Courtesy of The Colac Herald
    Beanies may be posted to: Carol Smit – Ian Parker Bipolar Fund P O Box 534 Colac Vic. 3250 Further details about the ‘beanies4bipolar’ campaign? See ‘Upcoming’ Events Tab on this site.
  • Knitter uses skills for charity (Page 6 story)
    Knitter uses skills for charity (Page 6 story)
    Courtesy of The Colac Herald
  • World Wide Who’s Who VIP Recognition!
    World Wide Who’s Who VIP Recognition!
    A very proud moment for the Ian Parker Bipolar Fund!
  • Fund aims to curb bipolar’s harsh stigma
    Fund aims to curb bipolar’s harsh stigma
    Courtesy of the Geelong Advertiser – 10th October 2013
  • Stories behind the Scholarships
    Stories behind the Scholarships
    Courtesy of Australian Rotary Health Magazine May 2013
  • Knitters have 2000 beanie target – 11th March 2013
    Knitters have 2000 beanie target – 11th March 2013
    Courtesy of the Colac Herald
  • Colac funded project helps bipolar therapy – 6th March 2013
    Colac funded project helps bipolar therapy – 6th March 2013
    Courtesy of the Colac Herald, Monday, May 6, 2013.
  • Campaign a success – 25th Jan 2013
    Campaign a success – 25th Jan 2013
    Courtesy of the Colac Herald
  • Anonymous donation boosts bipolar fund – 25 Nov 2012
    Courtesy of The Colac Herald
  • Support for Health Fund – 30 May 2012
    Courtesy of The Colac Herald
  • TV renovators inspire Colac – 30th May 2012
    Courtesy of The Colac Herald
  • Colac fundraiser reaches first goal – 16 May 2012
    Courtesy of The Colac Herald
  • Foundation to support scholarshop for bipolar – 28 Jan 2012
    Courtesy of The Colac Herald
  • Fashionable way to help research – 18 Nov 2011
    Courtesy of The Colac Herald
  • Purple plan to support bipolar fund – Apr 2011
    Courtesy of The Colac Herald
  • Event assists bipolar studies – 13 Apr 2011
    Courtesy of The Colac Herald
  • Fund is tribute to lost brother – 7 Oct 2009
    Courtesy of The Colac Herald P.s. The Ian Parker Bipolar Fund is not registered as a ’foundation’ but as a fund and should have been mentioned as such in this media report.
  • Courtesy of The Geelong Advertiser – 14 Oct 2005
    Courtesy of The Geelong Advertiser – 14 Oct 2005

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Courtesy of the Australian Rotary Health Bulletin May 2013