Our Community 2017-09-13T18:42:53+00:00

Our Community

Red Nose is attempting to reduce 9 deaths a day … to zero. We are proud to be helping to both raise money & awareness for this amazing cause. Our Red Dragons Soccer Team play for them, and donate $100 per goal scored throughout their season. We also run a great campaign during red nose day.

We respectfully acknowledge the vast spectrum of charities who do so much, to improve the lives of others. Our support for these charities represents our chosen ongoing commitment.

Australian Red Cross Appeal

Every month, a team of Announcer band together to donate blood as a group. The Australian Red Cross has been helping Australians since 1914, and is part of the world’s largest humanitarian movement, Red Cross has been woven into the fabric of Australian life for 100 years – whether it’s their immediate response to natural disasters, their blood service, or their everyday work to help vulnerable people.

Movember

Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces in Australia and around the world, in November each year. The aim of which is to raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and depression in men.

NSW Corporate Games

This is Australia Diabetes Council’s biggest fundraiser of the year and assists them to continue to play a pivotal role in the management and prevention of diabetes – both at home and in the workplace – by challenging, listening, educating, advocating and funding research.

Tour de Cure

A cycling foundation committed to finding a cure for cancer. Through the help of Team members, as well as corporate and community Australia, Tour de Cure raises money to fund vital research, support and prevention cancer projects. We are very proud of several of our fittest clients who participate within this team.

Giant Steps

Operates a school and intervention services catering specifically for children and young people between the ages of 2 and 20 all with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. The world leading program is trans-disciplinary. This means intensive occupational, speech and music therapies are combined with educational programs catering specifically for each individual student.

Point Zero Youth Services (Kids off the Street Program)

Aims to make a significant contribution to the well-being and resilience of young people (12-25 years) in the Sydney Metropolitan Area. This is through the provision of innovative and educational programs, advice and support, and outreach services. The organisation’s programs are run in collaboration with schools, community groups and parents around issues specific to young people.

ChildFund Australia

A child-focused, not-for-profit organisation that works directly with community leaders and families to create lasting and meaningful change. By empowering people to voice their needs and supporting them to address the issues that affect their daily lives, ChildFund is actively supporting sustainable community development.

World Vision

Child Sponsorship provides an effective and fulfilling way to help give a child from a poor community the chance of a brighter future, while at the same time supporting the child’s family and their wider community.

Sids’n’kids

For well over 40 years Sids’n’kids (now known as Red Nose), providing awareness to new parents for the safest options in caring for their children and avoiding the heartbreak of cot death. Andrew Rocks, founder and CEO of Announcer has personal experience with regards to this charity group. Andrew’s younger brother Benjamin Rocks, now in his 30’s, was the recipient of one of the first lifesaving monitors. Benjamin used to stop breathing several times a night, and the monitor ensured a constant vigilance could be maintained.

Red Nose is attempting to reduce 9 deaths a day .. to zero. We are proud to be helping to both raise money & awareness for this amazing cause. Our Red Dragons Soccer Team play for them, and donate $100 per goal scored throughout their season. We also run a great campaign during Red Nose day.

Announcer’s Pink Dragons

I love these guys! Every year we make them dress up in the loudest pink footy uniforms, and take to the field. Not once have they complained. In fact they embrace it, and often surprise their competition with their prowess! Can’t knock a team in Pink when they are beating you really!

You can donate all year round and add to our collective efforts of morning teas, Chocolate parties, Soccer Season Sillies, and help this amazing cause. Just click on the images above to be taken to our official donation page for the Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon initiative.