ESTIA Foundation of Australia
ESTIA provides 24-hour respite and group-home supported accommodation services for young Australian adults with intellectual and physical disabilities.
Staff and volunteers of ESTIA are dedicated to helping young adults with an intellectual and/or physical disability reach their full potential, to integrate and participate as a valued member of society.
Camp Quality esCarpade
esCarpade is an annual week-long motoring adventure created to raise funds for Australian children’s cancer charity, Camp Quality.
Over the years, esCarpade has clocked up over 70,000km, driven through 285 Aussie towns and has raised over $15 million for kids and their families who are affected by cancer.
Habitat for humanity Fiji
Since 1991 Habitat for Humanity has helped over 28,600 people in Fiji to build homes and hope through partnerships with governments, bilateral and non-profit organizations and international volunteers.
In addition to construction, Habitat for Humanity Fiji also works on a range of projects including disaster response and recovery through repairs and temporary housing; construction or improvement of water and sanitation systems in rural and remote areas; as well as disabled access housing projects.
Guide Dogs Association
Guide Dogs Australia is the leading provider of Guide Dogs and orientation and mobility services to assist people with impaired vision to get around their communities safely and independently.
Guide. Guide Dogs enable people who are blind or have a vision impairment to gain the freedom and independence to move safely and confidently around their communities, and to fulfil their potential.
The WWF International Network is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation.
Its global mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
Heartbeat of Football
Heartbeat of Football (HOF) is a not-for-profit organisation established in early 2016 to promote healthy hearts in sport so that men and women are able to safely play their chosen sport for as long as possible.
The HOF team engages with the government, the health sector and the wider community to provide sportspeople with the best in heart-health education, the necessary equipment to help prevent and minimise health risks (such as the installation of defibrillators at sporting venues), and the peace of mind so they may safely participate in their sport.