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How to make your new year’s resolution count

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The new year is just around the corner and so are the resolutions we’re ready to make but reluctant to keep.

65% of Australians will make a new year’s resolution but only 11% will follow through.

Acting CEO of the Fred Hollows Foundation, Nick Martin, tells Warren Moore Australians should consider committing to a charity in 2018.

Mr Martin says 36 million people are blind worldwide and 80% of them don’t have to be.

“Their blindness is treatable and preventable. The Fred Hollows Foundation has restored sight to well over 2 million people.”

Mr Martin says treating someone’s blindness can cost as little as $25.

“It’s an amazing contribution you can make to changing someone’s life. You realise how far generous donations from Australians actually go.”

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