Transformative Community Partnerships
We work together with our four major charity partners in a true sense of partnership to understand their needs and match these requirements with our people and resources to provide donations, matched giving, fundraising, volunteering and in-kind support such as printing devices or printed materials. We also support local community groups and organisations through fundraising, volunteering and in-kind support.
Project Futures: Transforming the lives of young girls and women
PROJECT FUTURES connects Australians to the issue of human trafficking, slavery and sexual exploitation. The primary beneficiary of the funds raised by PROJECT FUTURES is AFESIP in Cambodia which supports young women and girls who are victims or at risk of being victims of sexual trafficking, violence, abuse or indentured slavery and exploitation.
Visit PROJECT FUTURES for more information.
Landcare Australia: Helping all Australians actively caring for the land and water that sustains us
Landcare Australia is a national not-for profit that works in partnership with multiple stakeholders to support the Landcare community with funding and capacity building for on-ground projects. The Landcare community is made up of approximately 6,000 Landcare, Coastcare, Bushcare, ‘Friends of’ and other community environmental care groups across Australia.
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The Smith Family: Helping disadvantaged Australian children create a better future
The Smith Family is a national, independent children’s charity, helping Australian children in need to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves. The Smith Family's activities are driven by one purpose: To create opportunities for young Australians in need by providing long-term support for their participation in education.
Visit the Smith Family for more information.
Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA): Supporting people with breast cancer
In Australia, it is estimated 55 people each day will be diagnosed with breast cancer and around 1% of them are men. Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) works to ensure that Australians affected by breast cancer receive the very best support, information, treatment and care appropriate to their individual needs.
Viist BCNA for more information.