At Commerce Press, we believe in helping our mates. We have supported our favourite charities for many years and they in turn have supported us. Some of our favourites are…
Life Education is the largest non-government provider of drug and health education to children and young people, Australia wide.
They have a Vision of all Australian’s enjoying life free from the effects of drug misuse. Their Mission is to empower the young to make the best choices for a safe life, through there leading drug and health education programs.
They are a registered charity, independent of both government and religion. They are national in reach, operating in all States and Territories.
They work with and through schools. They work at scale. In 2010 they worked in 3,200 schools (1). Each of these schools self-selected to partner with them, purchase their services (2) and make available their program to 610,000 students in their care.
Operating since 1979, in excess of 4 million students have participated their program over the past 32 years.
Support and find out more – https://www.lifeeducation.org.au/
The Nelson Alexander Charitable Foundation was established in 2005 to provide a platform for staff participation in community service. The Foundation has won numerous awards – including the 2013, 2012, 2009, 2008 and 2007 Real Estate Institute of Victoria Community Service Award along with being recognised nationally i By providing a meaningful interface between our people and our community, the The Nelson Alexander Charitable Foundation has identified many worthwhile causes that they have been proud to support.
Through strengthening local community ties and being responsive to the needs of the wider community, they have developed ongoing relationships with a diverse range of organisations
Support and find out more – http://www.nelsonalexander.com.au/about-us/charitable-foundation
Legacy is a charity providing services to Australian families suffering financially and socially after the incapacitation or death of a spouse or parent, during or after their defence force service. They currently care for 100,000 widows and 1,900 children and disabled dependants throughout Australia.
Support and find out more – http://www.legacy.com.au/
Hanover is a leading Melbourne based community agency. They are independent; and have no structural links with churches, institutions or governments. They provide a range of services to Victorians experiencing housing crisis or homelessness. Their services include crisis, medium and long term accommodation, support and education and training and employment solutions.
Hanover was one of the first agencies to use research to investigate the causes and consequences of homelessness and to suggest solutions to help alleviate it. Their award winning research helps shape their services, influence state and federal government policy and create social change.
Support and find out more – http://www.hanover.org.au/
RedR Australia is a leading humanitarian agency for international emergency relief. They provide skilled people and training to help communities rebuild and recover in times of crisis. When disaster strikes, they mobilise the right people with the right skills to make a difference. Our internationally recognised training courses prepare aspiring aid workers for life in the field and help experienced humanitarians further hone their skills.
Support and find out more – http://www.redr.org.au