Our Charities

 
Manly Women’s Shelter 
 
This non-profit organisation has been supporting homeless women
On Sydney’s Northern Beaches with crisis accommodation and
individual case management and counselling since it opened in 2010.
 
Our contributions have included establishing and supporting
Manly Women’s Shelter.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pioneer Clubhouse
 
It’s called a clubhouse because it’s a community. In particular, it’s a
community offering psychological and vocational rehabilitation for
adults with mental illness. They aim to shake off labels associated with
their mental illness and let them know they are valued.
 
Our contributions have included funding and project management for
Pioneer Clubhouse renovations.  http://www.sfnsw.org.au
 
 
‚Äč Sailability Manly
 
‘Freedom on the water, regardless of ability’. Sailability Manly is an
extradinary organisation whose aim is to facilitate sailing for people
with disabilities on what is acknowledged as one of the most spectacular waterways in the world Sydney Harbor. 
Our contributions have included providing equipment to help facilitate
 
 
Royal Far West (Manly)
 
Royal Far West has been providing health services for children living
in rural and remote New South Wales for over 85 years.  They
work with families and local health providers to complement and expand
what is already available to these kids, including those with development,
behavioral, learning, emotional and mental health disorders.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bear Cottage (Manly)
 
Established in 2001, Bear Cottage has been providing respite care as a hospice to terminally ill children ever since.  As heart-breaking as this is, Bear Cottage does an amazing job of being one of the most uplifting and inspiring places you’re likely to find.  They organize special days, trips away and much more for their kids.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Australian Doctors International
 
ADI specialises in deploying volunteer doctors and health managers to work in partnership with local government and church health providers to deliver clinical treatment and training, health management, community education, and advocacy.
 
They work in PNG’s New Ireland and Western Provinces and every year treat over 5,500 patients and conduct over 830 hours of clinical training for local health workers and hospital staff.
ADI’s field programs are grassroots, hands-on and practical.
 
 
Major Sponsor