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Seven Australian-based charities have received funding grants totalling $46,000 as part of the latest round of funding grants from The Harcourts Foundation.
In Queensland, a grant of $15,000 was provided to the North Queensland Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund and $10,000 was provided to Butterfly Babies, a charity within the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Foundation.
Three charities in South Australia received funding grants including the Legacy Club of Adelaide for $5,000, Operation Flinders Foundation for $5,000 and St Vincent de Paul Society for $1,000.
The money granted will provide these charitable organisations with the funds to carry out important research and development projects, purchase vital equipment for those in need, and run significant community projects and services.
It’s been yet another positive quarter for Harcourts’ charitable arm, The Harcourts Foundation with over $38,000 worth of funding grants approved for charitable organisations across Australia.
Within New South Wales, an incredibly important funding grant has been provided to the Kid’s Research Institute for $5,000.
The Kid’s Research Institute based at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead aims to become a world leading translational research centre for children by discovering new insights into how diseases work, diagnostic methods and treatments.
The Harcourts Foundation’s funding grant will assist the Kid’s Research Institute with the purchase of an Alpha Imager to replace an existing piece of equipment.
The Imager is used to help researchers identify genetic mutations that cause disease and understand the protein structures leading to more effective treatments and cures.
Along with 20 other Harcourts team members, Clare completed the gruelling eight day trek and raised over $160,000 for Beyond Blue, Australia’s national depress initiative.
Fellow Directors, Lee Perry and Ben Hatch have also been doing their part for charity after helping to raise over $10,000 for the 2012 Variety Club Bush Bash appeal at Harcourts Western Australia’s recent Quarterly Awards ceremony.
This is the third consecutive year that Lee and Ben have participated in the Variety Club Bash and together have raised close to $10,000 each year to support the charity.
In late August, Michael Klyne, also of Harcourts Mandurah, …
Eight Australian-based charities have received funding grants totalling $39,411 as part of the latest round of funding grants from The Harcourts Foundation.
In Queensland, a grant of $3,051 was provided to the Caboolture Regional Domestic Violence Service, $4,560 was granted to Supporting Chemotherapy in Cooloola, and $15,000 was provided to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International.
A $5,000 grant was provided to the Nature Foundation South Australia and a further $1,000 was granted to Life Education South Australia.
Two charities in Tasmania also received funding grants including the University of Tasmania Foundation for $5,000 and the Edmund Rice Camps Tasmania for $4,000.
In Western Australia, the Breast Cancer Network Australia also received a funding grant of $1,800.
The money granted will provide these charitable organisations with the funds to carry out important research and development projects, purchase vital equipment for those in need, and run significant community projects and …
The Harcourts Foundation donated R7,500 to Maranatha Trust in Forest Hill, Port Elizabeth for the purchasing of equipment for the vegetable tunnels that will be donated by Old Mutual. They have been selected by Waterval Ministries in co-operation with Old Mutual to be the beneficiary of 10 vegetable tunnels to be erected at Maranatha. With Harcourts‘ donation, they were able to purchase a 5000L water tank, wheel barrows and gardening tools to tend to the vegetables. Harcourts cares about the community. Well done Harcourts Beachfront!…