At AWARD Accounting, we consider ourselves to be very fortunate. We work in a business that is very rewarding, have clients that excite us and we deliver results that are incredibly satisfying – meaning we are all winners.
As a result, we believe that we have an obligation to support others, who are maybe not so fortunate. We view our ability to contribute as a privilege and so choose to support the following charities:
AEIOU Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation and one of Queensland’s leading providers of full-time early education for children with autism who are aged between two-and-a-half to five years. Each AEIOU centre is staffed with full-time specialist early childhood teachers and skilled learning facilitators, with support from speech pathologists, occupational and music therapists.
Team Legacy Assist is competing in Targa events as part of the Australian Tarmac Championship. Team Legacy Assist made their tarmac rally debut in Targa Tasmania 2011 and they are constantly striving to improve on their results in each event that they compete in. Whilst undertaking the challenge of competing in these events, the team are also raising funds* and awareness for Legacy and the Commando Welfare Trust.
Cancer Council raises awareness about breast and gynaecological cancers, as well as funds, in support of the many thousands of women in Australia and their families who are affected by these cancers.
Commando WELFARE TRUST
Whilst the Departments of Defence and Veteran Affairs have established processes to cover initial financial responses to the death or serious injury of Special Operations Command (SOCOMD) personnel, these tragic events invariably cause hardship for many years to come.
The Commando Welfare Trust has been created to support both initial emergency funding and then long term financial requirements of families in times of hardship where existing funding or grants or entitlements no longer provide support.