We are committed to giving back and supporting worthwhile charities and since the inception of Spirits Platform we have supported numerous causes.
We have nurtured a culture of giving back and to-date Spirits Platform has donated to dozens of charities and causes.
These include, Australian Ballet, Children’s Cancer, Cure the Future, Daniel Morcombe Foundation, Drought Appeal, Healthy Heads, Mark Hughes Foundation, Mercy Ships, Movember, Noel Butler – Indigenous Elder, Pancare, Paramedics, Red Cross, Royal Fire Service, Rwanda Foundation, The Macallan Charity, UNICEF and Youth 36.
Mercy Ships is an international development organisation that deploys hospital ships and volunteers to developing nations – improving the quality of life for people living with the diseases of poverty, disfigurement, and disability, through direct medical services, and building the capacities of healthcare systems to meet the needs of the future.
Mercy Ships began its mission to provide hope and healing to those in need in 1978. Each year they send hospital ships filled with volunteer professionals who selflessly provide life-changing surgeries and health care solutions to children and adults who otherwise would go without.
Movember are the leading charity changing the face of men’s health. They know what works for men – and what doesn’t.
They exist to help men live happier, healthier, longer lives – this is what drives every single one of their 1,250 men’s health projects.
In everything they do, they strive to be transparent and accountable. They report thoroughly on each project so that their Mo Bros and Mo Sisters can see how their support is changing the lives of men around the world.
The Australian Red Cross mobilizes the power of humanity to bring people and communities together in times of need and builds on community strengths to achieve set outcomes.
They’re there to help through disasters and emergencies in Australia and internationally.
They strive for better humanitarian outcomes reached for people and communities impacted by armed conflicts.
They help migrants transition. Refugees, people seeking asylum and people in immigration detention experience a safe, fair, welcoming and inclusive world because of the work of the Australian Red Cross.
The Australian Ballet ensure the future sustainability of the company, the dancers and the ballet art form. The rich tradition of philanthropy at The Australian Ballet began just weeks after the company was founded in September 1962.
Ever since, there have been many memorable moments where its devoted community of supporters have linked arms to make very special things happen and ensure they can continue to inspire and delight audiences through the power of performance.
Noel Butler is a Budawang Elder of the Yuin Nation South Coast NSW.
Noel has taken his cultural teachings overseas on many occasions and was speaker at the World Indigenous Conference on sustainability in India 2016. He continues to deliver educational programs on Indigenous Health through an understanding of our natural environment and the food it produces.
Conservation is his forte as he himself grew up in Ulladulla in a family of 8 who had to collect their own food from a very young age; his knowledge has passed down from his Elders to enable a sustainable lifestyle even in a new world that was now more foreign than his forefathers.
SP donated to the Butler family following the complete devastation of their property following the ferocious fires in 2020.
As a licensed wildlife rehabilitation facility, the Koala Hospital has been helping rescue and rehabilitate koalas since 1973. The facility is run by Koala Conservation Australia Limited, which is a not-for-profit organization that includes approximately 200 volunteers dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating koalas and conserving and restoring their natural habitats.
Spirits Platform donates a koala to each first mum employee on Mother’s Day & first dad employees on Father’s Day.
From 2023 we plan to donate a koala to each employee on their birthday.
Kayden, the stepson of Casey, our WA State Manager, who attends a cricket specialist school in Perth hosted a fundraiser for Pink Stumps Day on behalf of the McGrath Foundation supporting Breast Cancer Nurses. This fundraiser is something that hits home especially hard for Casey with his wife’s family having been affected considerably by the passing of his mother-in-law recently, and his own wife having to undergo a double mastectomy last year.
Through a donation, Spirits Platform showed its support for the school and the McGrath Foundation.