Covid didn’t curb Bromic’s desire to give back. A key objective for their fundraising activity was to maintain community spirit among employees, suppliers and customer partners.
Discover the who, what, where an how of The Kids' Cancer Project first matching appeal that raised close to $2 million in just 61 days.
The challenge for Lorraine Lea was to find a charity that supported research to find cures to achieve zero deaths of kids from childhood cancer.
Learn how SAS, the leader in analytics, unlocked significant enhancements to fund scientific research projects to help more children with cancer.
Discover how QBE supported children's cancer research while reinforcing organisational values and enhancing employee engagement.
A legal firm with a long history of helping communities turns its attention to supporting innovative science to improve the treatment of cancer in children.
POA used their expertise in out-of-home advertising to improve the lives of kids diagnosed with cancer and engage their staff.
This small family-owned business has been touched by cancer in its many forms and have now chosen to support kids' cancer research using all their resources.
The Kids’ Cancer Project is proud to partner with Bromic for another exciting year of innovative fundraising.
Lorraine Lea continue to their generous commitment to supporting childhood cancer research.
WOTSO first became involved with The Kids’ Cancer Project in 2017, when a group of thirty managed to raise $50,000 by losing their locks.
Vuly is one of Australia’s leading outdoor play equipment companies and were looking to partner with a charity that supports children and their families.
Once considered as a ‘feel-good’ aspect of doing business, there has been a major shift in the role corporate social responsibility now plays in the marketplace. Many now claim CSR has become important in such areas as image, cost savings and customer engagement, it’s become vital to success.