Being an Environmental Warrior and Community Supporter, CCSiT generously supports many charities and community organisations that either actively provide assistance to our wonderful Australian wildlife or to our Communities as a whole.
CCSiT believes that supporting these charitable or ‘not for profit’ organisations, is a responsibility that must be upheld and cherished for the good of all. We provide this support through either direct donations or through discounted service to those wonderful, caring organisations. Hence, a percentage of every dollar spent with CCSiT does find its way to any one of a number of charities as listed below;
Some of the Charities and Organisations that CCSiT regularly supports include;
WWF’s global work
By doing things smarter, we aim to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, preserving biodiversity so that we all benefit and enjoy our most precious gift. The Earth.
Saving the natural world
WWF’s global mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
WWF is an international organization dedicated to ensuring our planet survives the spread and growth of human populations. Their list of achievements thus far is staggering. Please consider supporting them as well.
WWF are available to answer your calls 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.
t: 1800 032 551 or +61 2 9281 5515 (main switchboard).
f: +61 2 9281 1060
About Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Ltd
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Ltd was established in 2002, initially by Steve and Terri Irwin, as a way to include and involve other caring people to support the protection of injured, threatened or endangered wildlife – from the individual animal to an entire species. Their vision is that people, wildlife and habitat survive and prosper without being detrimental to the existence of each other.
Terri Irwin remains involved as the patron and significant supporter and advisor, but the charity now operates independently. There are a number of projects currently being undertaken including;
- The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, Beerwah, Qld
- The Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve, Qld
- Tasmanian devil conservation, Tasmania
- Asian elephant conservation, Cambodia
- Sumatran tiger conservation, Sumatra
- Orangutan conservation, Sumatra
- Black rhino conservation, Kenya
- Cheetah conservation, South Africa
- Whale research, USA
As our own, home-grown Queensland nature and wildlife charity, we feel it is very important to continue supporting them. Are you also able to assist?
Phone: +61 7 5436 2026 , Fax: +61 7 5436 2141, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
The Animal Welfare League of Qld takes care of approximately 10,000 strayed and abandoned animals annually from South East Queensland. The AWL receives no Government funding forwelfare work, relying predominantly on the community for support.
The AWL specialises in the care, shelter, and re-homing of cats and dogs. Since 1959, the AWL has opened its doors and hearts to all companion animals in need. As well as providing on-site care at its two Re-homing Centres, the AWL has a fostering and rehabilitation program that is second to none.
As well as a high focus on re-homing, the AWL continues to increase community awareness about how to end the tragedy of pet overpopulation. Our goal is to bring an end to the euthanasia of healthy animals in Australia through legislative changes, education and awareness.
The AWL cannot continue its welfare work, caring for the communities homeless animals without the financial support of the community. The direct costs involved in the re-homing of each animal are approximately $500.00. This cost does not include the support staff that maintain the organisation, allowing the AWL to keep its doors open, or the veterinary clinics, which provide charitable veterinary care to the public.
Please do what you can to support this worthwhile charity. Pets don’t choose their circumstances and are sometimes very badly treated.
AWLQ general enquiries – 07 5509 9000
Sponsorship, Fundraising and Donation Enquiries – email@example.com or phone 07 5509 9033
Endeavour Foundation is one of the largest non-government disability service provider in Australia. They support more than 3,350 people with a disability, from 230 locations in Queensland and New South Wales.
Endeavour is one of Queensland’s oldest charities, founded in 1951 by a group of mothers who wanted to educate their children with an intellectual disability. Their goal is to provide opportunities for people with a disability so they may participate in everyday life of the community offering a range of services including:
- aged support
- children focused services
- employment opportunities
- education programs in literacy, technology and social skills
- lifestyle opportunities
50 Southgate Avenue
Cannon Hill, Qld 4170
PO Box 3555, Tingalpa, DC Qld 4173
Phone: 07 3908 7100
Fax: 07 3908 7101
Providing help and reassurance to those experiencing life challenges that include: physical and emotional abuse, alcohol and drug abuse, homelessness, low literacy, long-term unemployment and mental illness.
We recognise that each person is unique, with their own needs. To help address this, we provide a wide range of services.
We offer one-on-one counselling to thousands of young people and their families via our Kids Helpline and Parentline telephone and online help services.
Young people can also obtain work, gain valuable work experience, training, learn life skills and at the same time, receive counselling support to deal with their individual life challenges.
YourTown Business Centre, Suite 9 Black Street, Milton QLD 4064
GPO Box 2469, Brisbane QLD 4001
Phone: 07 3368 3399
Fax: 07 3368 2371
GROW is Australia’s only national peer support organisation. GROW is a grass roots organisation with participants of GROW providing the leadership of the organisation at the branches and the national Board.
GROW has operated for over 50 years and was established and developed by people living with a mental illness. GROW’s program of personal growth, group method and sharing, caring community has been developed from the findings and experience of people with a mental illness in the course of their recovery and rebuilding their lives.
GROW members share their own experiences and coping strategies in order to help one another. Members don’t just benefit from one another’s experience but, through mutual sharing, and the establishment of trust. The mutual support and friendship developed creates a an ongoing network of support and a community of caring and sharing.
People come to GROW because they have experienced mental illness; depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and mental and emotional distress.
1018 Logan Road,
Holland Park, Qld 4121
1800 558 268 07 3397 7629 or 07 3397 6934
If you are an aboriginal child who has been adopted, fostered, removed, separated or institutionalised from your family at a young age and wish to be reunited with members of your family for the first time, Link-Up Qld can help you.
Link-Up Qld provides the following services:
- Assistance in location of family members
- Financially assisted reunions
- Counselling and support before, during and after your reunion
- Privacy, trust and confidentiality
- Referrals to other agencies (i.e. family trees or missing persons)
- Link-Up Support Group
54 – 56 Peel Street WEST END Q 4101
1800 200 855 or (07) 3034 8444
Fundraising activities and fellowship within the Ipswich community. The women’s fellowship are responsible for a number of charitable projects and assistance including providing the means for a mobile soup kitchen to feed the homeless.
A group of diligent, hardworking ladies who freely give up their time and efforts to assist their community. If you are able to assist them in any way with donations, please do not hesitate as everything is much appreciated.
Glebe Road Uniting Church
Crn Glebe Road and Eileen Streets, Booval.
(07) 3202 1700
Established in 1960, Guide Dogs Queensland has been helping to ‘equip, empower and educate’ blind and vision impaired Queenslanders, of all ages, with a wide range of top-quality orientation and mobility services.
With less than seven per cent government funding for some specific rehabilitation services, and none for their Guide Dogs, they rely on the generosity of individuals, corporate sponsors and people who leave a bequest in their Will so that they can continue to fund their vital work.
Whilst they are best known for their icon – the Guide Dog, this service is just a small part of what they do. Their other services include:
- Guide Dog training and placement;
- White Cane training;
- Electronic Travel Aids training;
- Community and professional education workshops;
- Mobility programs for vision impaired and blind children; and
- Counselling by our own staff psychologist.
Services are delivered both in the community and through residential programs during which clients learn new skills and live on site in our Client Residence.
Can you help in any way?
Guide Dogs Queensland Breeding and Training Centre
1978 Gympie Rd
Bald Hills, Qld, 4036
Reception: 1800 810 122 (freecall)
Fundraising: 1800 810 119 (freecall)
Online Shop Enquiries: 1800 007 460 (freecall)