At the Bright Print Group, we believe in helping our mates. We have supported our favourite charities for many years. Some of our favourites are...
Bright Print Group are happy to be supporting ‘Turn the Tables’, a project developed by Mama Lana’s Community Foundation.This foundation works tirelessly to provide healthy meals to members of our community who’ve fallen on hard times or are sleeping rough.They provide hot meals six nights a week plus toiletry packs, sleeping bags and blankets to keep people who find themselves in tough circumstances warm and well fed in the greater Penrith region. Mama Lana’s also liaises on behalf of people needing a voice or support with organisations like Centrelink, Penrith Council and the Department of Housing. Long term solutions as well as immediate help are a strong focus of this amazing organisation.‘Turn the Tables’ is an initiative involving long term sponsorship from companies, so a permanent centre can be set up with dining/kitchen facilities, a community garden and a space where people can come for advice and support. Our aim is to help them take their operations from home kitchens and serving in a car park to a fully functional, safe and welcoming space.
Police & Community Youth Clubs (PCYC) is a non-profit organisation which partners with NSW Police to reduce and prevent youth crime, develop in young people skills, character and leadership, and promotes physical activity in life. PCYC runs 60 clubs across the state where young people can enjoy a wide range of sports, arts and recreational activities in a safe environment. Some of the young people who attend PCYC are referred through the juvenile-justice system, Courts, the local Police (LAC) or schools. A range of resources and specially designed programs are made available to PCYC Police who work closely with these ‘youth at risk’, towards the prevention of youth crime and repeat offences. Due to the continued support of many businesses and individuals in NSW, PCYC has been able to expand its work in youth development, which means more young people leading full, healthy lives, and safer communities.
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead is the largest paediatric centre in NSW, providing the most advanced care and treatment options for children from NSW, Australia and across the Pacific Rim. Established in 1880, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead is a stand-alone public Hospital and registered charity with 3,000 staff working in 150 departments. Over 60,000 sick children and their families are cared for each year in a family-focused, healing environment. Funded by the NSW Government, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead provides significant enhancements to services aided by the generosity of individual and corporate donors. For more information visit www.chw.edu.au
More than 600 Australian children will be diagnosed with cancer this year. This week alone, three Australian children will lose their battle with cancer. Children’s Cancer Institute Australia for Medical Research (CCIA) is the only independent medical research institute in Australia dedicated to research into the causes, prevention, better treatments and ultimately a cure for childhood cancer. Our vision is to save the lives of all children with cancer and eliminate their suffering. Our mission is to be a leader in preventing cancer and finding ways of curing cancer in children through world-class research. We want to ensure the best possible quality of life for these children and their families and share our vision with others to increase awareness, participation and funding. We rely on the support of the community in raising vital funds for childhood cancer research. For more information on the work of the Institute please visit our website.
Youth Off The Streets is a non-denominational and non-discriminatory charity assisting young people aged 12 to 21 years who are dealing with issues of homelessness, abuse and neglect, exclusion from school and drug and alcohol dependency. Our aim is to provide young people with the education, life skills, support and psychological stability to be able to find employment and live independently. With more than 25 services, Youth Off The Streets offers a full continuum of care through the provision of the following programs: Community Development/Outreach, drug and alcohol treatment program, residential programs ranging from crisis to semi-independent living, aftercare services, accredited high schools, young parenting program, Aboriginal services, food van, scholarship program and early intervention programs in mainstream schools nationally. Our mission is to help disconnected young people to discover greatness within, by engaging, supporting and providing opportunities to encourage and facilitate positive life choices. Since our early beginnings in 1991 as a food van travelling the streets of Sydney’s Kings Cross, more than 70,000 young people have been through our programs and services.