Charities & Sponsorships

3 million Australians are living with depression or anxiety. beyondblue is working to reduce the impact of depression and anxiety in the community by raising awareness and understanding, empowering people to seek help, and supporting recovery, management and resilience.
Jeans for Genes Day is a national day when people wear their jeans to raise much-needed funds for research into birth defects and diseases such as cancer, epilepsy, and a range of genetic disorders. Every dollar raised on the day will help scientists at Children’s Medical Research Institute discover treatments and cures, to give every child the opportunity to live a long and healthy life.
The McGrath Foundation provides funding for McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities right across Australia. Each McGrath Breast Care Nurse is funded for a minimum of three years.
The Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (Randwick and Westmead) is the largest paediatric healthcare entity in Australia, with 44,000 inpatient admissions, 86,000 Emergency Department presentations and over one million outpatient occasions of service each year.
The team of over 3500 talented staff (full time equivalent) across the Network are committed to providing world-class paediatric health care in a family-focussed, healing environment.
Sick children have access to the best facilities across the Network, with speciality care available for children with conditions such as cancer, heart problems, severe burns, HIV/AIDS and children needing organ, bone marrow or cord blood transplants.
Daffodil Day is one of Australia’s best known and most popular fundraising events.
Each day more than 100 Australians will die of cancer.
Daffodil Day raises funds for Cancer Council to continue its work in cancer research, providing patient support programs and prevention programs to all Australians. Daffodil Day helps grow hope for better treatments, hope for more survivors, hope for a cure.
To Cancer Council, the daffodil represents hope for a cancer-free future. You too, can help in the fight against cancer by participating in Daffodil Day. Daffodil Day merchandise is on sale throughout August, and you can donate to Daffodil Day at any time.
Movember is an annual, month-long celebration of the moustache, highlighting men’s health issues, specifically prostate cancer and depression in men.

To date, Movember has raised AUS$60 million globally for the fight against prostate cancer and depression in men. And, more importantly, as a direct result, male awareness of health issues has improved with Movember helping to spread health messages directly to millions of Mo Bros & Sistas around the world.
Rockdale City Suns Football Club are a community based sporting organisation currently participating in the F.N.S.W Premier League competition.  Established in 1969 by a group of Macedonian Australians, the Club has grown over the years considerably.  

In 2010 the Club proudly rejoins the elite level of football in NSW.  In addition to its Senior and youth league teams, the Club also fields teams in the St George Soccer Football Association competition from ages 6 up to all age.

2009 saw the Club celebrate its 40th anniversary. In its 41st year, the Club is well placed both on and off the field for a successful campaign.
Our vision at Save the Children is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation.
 
This means ensuring children no longer die from preventable diseases, that they have a childhood – even in emergencies, that they have the opportunity to learn through access to education and that they have - and understand - their rights as a child. 
With millions of children abused, exploited, trafficked or recruited as soldiers each year, and millions more working in harmful conditions, we fight for legal safeguards to address and prevent these child protection concerns.
 
Every day in many ways the Royal Flying Doctor Service takes the finest care to Australia's furthest corners so that anyone who lives, works or travels in remote and rural Australia can enjoy the best of health.