The 3things team have been scouring high and low to find the best comps in the country running at the moment that reward you for making the world a better place. Design, film-making, coffee-drinking - there's something for everyone. Just scroll down to see what give-aways are happening now.
#3littlethings for prizes
Add your #3littlethings before midnight on Monday 7 October 2013 and go into the draw to win one a 1D Fair Trade prize pack!
Share your 3things on whatever social network you like, hashtagged with #3littlethings to tell the One Direction guys and the rest of the world what you'll do to change things for the better!
My First Speech Competition
The ‘My First Speech’ Competition will give two students in years 10 to 12, across Australia, the chance to deliver a speech at Parliament House!
The Competition encourages students to think about what issues really matter to them and engage with issues that affect Australia in a real and practical way.
To enter the competition, students must think about what they would do if they were a newly elected member of the House of Representatives, and record a video of their proposed speech. Two students will be selected, and the lucky winners will present their speech at Parliament house for its 25th anniversary open day on the 24th August.
On top of the opportunity to speak at Parliament House and a trip to Canberra, students and their schools will receive cash and other prizes!
As Speaker of the House of Representatives Anna Burke says, “It is a great way for schools around the country to connect with our federal parliament and our national capital during an important year for both.”
For more information, go to aph.gov.au/myfirstspeech
3things Of The Week - win chocolate!
Each week we choose the best 3things added to our website and post them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and most importantly, we post a block of yummy Oxfam Fair Trade chocolate to the lucky winner!
The GROW Challenge
Six months - Six challenges.
Oxfam Australia is hosting six months of sustainable and fair eating challenges to help ensure that everybody has enough food, always.
Be part of a growing movement of people who want to use their everyday buying and cooking power to create sustained change in the world.
How? By taking up actions such as eating seasonal, organic, and sustainable foods; supporting small-scale farmers in developing countries; eating less meat and dairy; reducing food waste, and saving energy in the kitchen.
And of course there are great prizes to be won!