Charitable Donations

We are proud to have recently supported the following charities:

Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre

The aim of the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre (AWRCC) is to bring together, where possible, all the cancer related services which are currently scattered across Albury and Wodonga, making it easier for cancer patients and their families.The AWRCC will enable the improved coordination of care through; Having cancer treatment services located at the one site; Space for clinics to be provided by visiting local and metropolitan specialists such as surgeons, cancer genetics, allied health, and palliative care; Cancer nurse coordinators will be co-located with the clinicians; Common meetings rooms for all service providers to enable collaborative care of patients and their families; and State of the art videoconferencing facilities will enable collaboration with specialists outside Albury Wodonga.

Artists for Kids Culture

Artists for Kids’ Culture provides opportunities for children living in disadvantaged circumstances. Funds enable participation in the arts and sport, the pursuit of personal goals, access to support and resources. Funds are raised by the generous donation of work from professional artists and continuing patronage of the community.

Buy a Bale (High Country)

Supporting Aussie farmers and rural communities throughout Australia. This drought appeal campaign is providing meaningful support for farmers by delivering hay and other essential items to farmers who have no feed left for their cattle. All donations to our drought assistance campaign have a four fold effect. Some hay is donated, some they buy, so they’re feeding a hay farmer and their family. Some of their truckies are donating their time and diesel, some loads they’re paying for, so they’re feeding truckies and their families. Donations towards the Farmers card inject immediate cash into the rural towns, city cash going bush. Finally the hay they deliver saves farmers cash that they can continue to spend on other items.

Chiltern Art Prize

The Chiltern Art Prize is professionally curated and eschews the traditional ‘country art show’ vibe to showcase an innovative celebration of the local creative scene. The initiative, which underwent a highly successful rebrand in 2018, is helmed by a formidable team of experts – notably, curator Beth Peters, a former gallery owner; alongside co-ordinator Kirrily Anderson, who hails from the creative hub of Collingwood in Melbourne and has curated exhibitions here and internationally.

Edmund Rice Foundation - Sequins and Sandshoes

This event will support programs that empower women and girls through education in Australia and overseas.


Stride4Stroke is an initiative by Stroke Foundation to support those currently affected and help prevent stroke, save lives and enhance recovery.