Our current Corporate Social Responsibility program consolidates our financial and volunteering efforts with support for two foundation charities:
The National Centre for Childhood Grief
The National Centre for Childhood Grief provides loving support in a safe place where children grieving a death can share their experience as they learn to live with its impact on their lives. The Centre is a well-established organisation, whose founders, Dianne & Mal McKissock OAM, are internationally recognised for their expertise in the specialist field of childhood bereavement.
The Centre also provides education and training for individuals, schools and other organisations handling the grief of children and young people.
Cure Brain Cancer Foundation
The Cure Brain Cancer Foundation is driving the national research agenda for brain cancer. As the largest dedicated fundraiser for brain cancer research in Australia, its mission is as bold as it is audacious: Increase five-year survival to 50% within 10 years. Together through a co-ordinated effort between research bodies, patients, government and community groups, they aim to deliver on that stellar mission by:
- Increasing collaboration across disciplines, teams and borders
- Prioritising funding and research to get treatments to patients quickly
- Empowering patients and the community.
Events - what's coming up and what's happened?
Walk4BrainCancer Larapinta - August 2016
They did it! Partner, Daniel Turk and the Walk4BrainCancer Larapinta returned from the Northern Territory where they spent 7 days walking the 223km Larapinta Trail raising much needed funds for brain cancer research. Click here for more details.
City2Surf - August 2016
On Sunday 14th August 2016, The TurksLegal Tornados' once again made the grueling 14km course of the City2Surf in support of the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.