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Community & Charities

Here at Thrive, we are incredibly proud of our employees and the businesses we get to work with and support everyday, especially those that share our value of giving back to the community.
We support our staff in their charitable endeavors and make donations on behalf of our clients on project completion.
Below is a list of our current supported charities and links to contribute if you would like to help us in supporting these causes.
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Sabrina’s Reach4Life

Our aim is to provide peer support to those bereaved by suicide, assist in the prevention of suicide in our community, particularly amongst adolescents, advocate for improvement in services to those in distress, refer those in need to appropriate services or professionals, reduce stigma of suicide by contributing to public awareness and understanding of mental ill health, and fundraise to support research, scholarships and local community initiatives.

To support this cause – head to the fundraising page here:
Proudly supported by AMDC

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Holding it together when your child’s life is in question can feel impossible. Redkite provides the practical, emotional and financial support for families who have a child with cancer aged 18 or under, so you don’t have to face it alone.

To support RedKite – head to the fundraising page here:
Proudly supported by JobWire

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The Pyjama Foundation
National Pyjama Day is day is all about wearing your favourite pair of PJ’s to help raise much-needed awareness and funds for children in foster care. Our goal is to raise $400,000 for our Love of Learning Program.
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The Push-Up Challenge – Lifeline

The Push-up Challenge aims to make a difference in mental health and suicide prevention. In 2019 3,318 Australians lost their lives to suicide. This challenge raises money towards mental health programs through headspace and lifeline.

To support the push up challenge – head to the fundraising page here:
Proudly supported by Alex from Thrive

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The Vinnie’s CEO Sleepout

The Vinnies CEO Sleepout is a one-night event over one of the longest and coldest nights of the year. Hundreds of CEOs, business owners as well as community and government leaders sleep outdoors to support the many Australians who are experiencing homelessness and people at risk of homelessness.

To support the VInnie’s CEO sleep out – head to the fundraising page here:
Proudly supported by Eureka Landscapes

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Circus Quirkus – Rotary / Gold Coast University Hosiptal

Funds raised from this event go to providing equipment to the Children’s Ward at Gold Coast University Hospital, including cots for premature babies, cots for babies, device for clearing airways and more.

Circus Quirkus is a human circus of extraordinary ability. Each year the Rotary Club provides free seats for disadvantaged children through the generosity of our corporate and individual donors.

To support this great initiative – head to the page below:
Proudly supported by Thrive

Youngcare is a not-for-profit organisation creating choice and independence for young people (aged 16 – 65) with high care needs by providing fully accessible and age-appropriate living spaces, grants for equipment and home modifications and support through a national phone line.
Proudly Supported by Eureka Landscapes
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Common Ground
Common Ground aims to end homelessness a person at a time with the communities in which we operate.
Proudly Supported by Spyre Group

TAC-Q is a registered charity, non-profit all volunteer organisation that has been operating for over 10 years and caters for teenagers with life threatening illnesses. The highlight of every year is the week long adventure camp that brings the teenagers together to experience an adventure of a lifetime.
Proudly supported by Thrive

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Cowboys Community Foundation
The Cowboys Community Foundation is a community-owned charity improving employment, health and social outcomes for young North Queenslanders through education-based programs.
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Proudly Supported by North Queensland Cowboys
Lucas Cricket Club
The Lucas Cricket Club is nurturing the Aussie love of sport and creating both social and health improvements for their community. Grass Roots sport is the lifeblood of Australian communities and we are proud to help Lucas Cricket Club.

Proudly Supported by Langdon Buildings
Variety QLD – The Variety Bash
The Variety Bash is not a race or a rally. It’s an adventure with mates driving 30 year old plus cars through regional parts of Australia that you might otherwise not see, all in support of Variety – the Children’s Charity.
Proudly Supported by Thrive
Movember is an annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide.
Proudly Supported by Thrive
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CEO Dare to Cure – Children’s Cancer Institute
Children’s Cancer Institute is the only independent medical research institute in Australia wholly dedicated to curing childhood cancer. Cancer kills more children than any other disease, so our research is critical. With the brightest brains, cutting-edge facilities, and the greatest determination, we will get the job done. 
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Indigenous Literacy Foundation
Indigenous Literacy Foundation provides culturally relevant books and learning resources to children and families living in remote Communities across Australia.
Proudly Supported by Karlka Recruiting Group
RSPCA Australia works to influence animal welfare policy, practice and legislation across the country. You can donate to the RSPC through the link below
Proudly Supported by ARG Workforce