Other Initiatives that We Support
Alannah and Madeline FoundationProtecting children from violence and its devastating impact.
Our vision is that every child will live in a safe and supportive environment.
“The Foundation was set up in memory of Alannah and Madeline Mikac, aged six and three, who were tragically killed with their mother and 32 others at Port Arthur, Tasmania on 28 April 1996. We care for children who have experienced or witnessed serious violence. We also run programs that prevent violence and advocate for children’s safety and wellbeing.”
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Children's Health FoundationResearch is expensive... but a child’s life is priceless.
“The Centre for Children’s Health Research at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital brings together a large group of experts in a collaborative working environment that is well-equipped to deliver medical and scientific breakthroughs. The outcomes of this collaboration will immediately benefit children and their families by ensuring these breakthroughs are taken from the laboratory directly to the child’s bedside.”
Carrie's Beanies for Brain CancerCarrie's Beanies for Brain Cancer aims to raise $1 Million for research.
“It is expected that approximately 1600 brain cancers will be diagnosed this year in Australia; that’s around 4 people every day being given this devastating news. Of those people, nearly 1300 will die. This means, when a person is told they have brain cancer, they must face the brutal fact that they are much more likely to die than survive. There is so much we need to learn about this disease and with research and funding these survival rates can be improved, we believe, dramatically.”
The Smith FamilyA charity that helps disadvantaged young Australians get the most out of their education.
With your support, we can help more of the 638,000 Australian children living in disadvantage. Thank you.
The Smith Family is a national children’s charity that helps disadvantaged young Australians by providing the tools and support they need to succeed at school so they can create better futures. These children need extra support to stay at school, do well and go on to further studies or a job. Helping them through school helps them change their lives.
thankyouWe always have and always will exist 100% for ending the effects of global poverty.
We can end global poverty in this lifetime by making better consumer choices, together.
Thankyou Water was born in 2008 in response to the world water crisis. At that time, over 900 million people didn’t have access to safe drinking water on a daily basis, yet the Australian bottled water industry was worth an estimated $600 million a year. Pretty wild given Aussies can access safe water straight from the tap!
Our co-founder Daniel Flynn asked himself, “What if purchasing a bottle of water here in Australia could help provide water for people in need?”
Can TooTransforming lives - through improving health and wellbeing in the community and supporting the research, prevention, care and control of cancer
Our Values: “Fun, Fitness, Friends and Fundraising!” Inspire, Motivate, Support, Empower, Include
Engaging and inspiring individuals and the community to achieve personal health, wellbeing and altruistic goals.
Enabling and assisting fundraising to support innovation in the prevention, care and control of cancer.
CanTeenCanTeen is here for you if you're 12-24 and cancer has turned your world upside down
CANTEEN IS THE BEST PLACE TO HELP YOUNG PEOPLE DEAL WITH THE CHALLENGES CANCER BRINGS BECAUSE WE GET IT.
- Counselling and individual support
- Peer support and programs
- Information and resources
- Youth cancer services
- CanTeen research and evaluation
Cure Brain CancerCure Brain Cancer is the peak organisation for brain cancer research, advocacy and awareness in Australia, with a time-critical mission to increase five-year survival from the current 20% to 50% by 2023
With a strong patient focus we forge global collaborations, fund innovative research and are bringing world-class clinical trials to Australia to give children and adults with brain cancer access to new treatments faster.
- To fund brain cancer research that offers patients accelerated access to promising new treatments
- To raise awareness of brain cancer
- To support the creation and implementation of a collaborative, international and multi-discipline brain cancer research community
Partnerships & Local Businesses
Future Fitouts loves to help and support other local businesses! Some with have partnered with include:
Companies doing COOL things
Always on the look-out for innovative and cool companies that do things to inspire people, change the world, think BIG or just do cool stuff! Check out some of our favourites: