Organization We Support
The mission of the Make-a-Wish Foundation is to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. In 1985, two Australians heard a speech that changed their lives and since that time, Make-A-Wish Australia has granted over 5700 Wishes to Australian children with life-threatening medical conditions.
We were proud to recently support the Make-a-Wish Las Vegas Night fundraising cocktail party at the Crown Plaza Pelican Waters on Saturday the 19th September 2009.
Give Me Five For Kids has made, and is continuing to make, a real difference to the lives of the Children of regional Australia and their families.
In June 2009 we were proud to donate a $1,500 wedding package which Mix FM auctioned to raise money during the annual Give Me Five For Kids appeal. We also supported the annual Diamond Lunch which also raises money for Give Me Five for Kids.
We are proud to have been a Gold Sponsor at the 2008 Sunshine Coast Estee Lauder Global Illumination event in support of the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
The Mooloolaba Surf Club joined a host of other Australian icons around the country in "glowing pink" to launch Breast Cancer month, helping to raise awareness and vital funds for breast cancer research.
In addition, we regulary sponsor decorating and catering services for other National Breast Cancer Foundation fundraising events such as Pinktober and the Cindy McKenzie Breast Cancer Foundation.
Wildlife Warriors Worldwide Ltd was established in 2002, initially by Steve and Terri Irwin, as a way to include and involve other caring people to support the protection of injured, threatened or endangered wildlife – from the individual animal to an entire species. Terri remains the patron and significant supporter and advisor, but the charity now operates independently with the objective of protectings and enhancing the natural environment through education, raising awareness, research and action to protect threatened or endangered species and entering into cooperative arrangements with like-minded organisations.
We are proud to have supported various Wildlife Warrior events in 2009 which raised funds for the conservation of endangered animals such as the "A Night in Black and White" in support of the Tasmanian Devil.
Through Destiny Rescue we sponsor a Cambodian child who was rescued from prostitution. Destiny Rescue Overseas Aid Fund run projects, programs and activities such as:
- child sponsorship
- rescue homes
- childcare centres
- child prostitution prevention & rescue
- food & medical programs
- self reliance program
- emergency relief
- school scholarships
- vocational training
- dump/slum projects
- street kid projects