Hunger Relief

Hunger Relief

PPL Community Support is actively engaged in efforts to reduce hunger within our communities. Supporting local foodbanks and the hunger relief programs of organisations vital in the fight against poverty and hunger.

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Disaster Relief

Through our associate and membership programs we actively support the victims of natural disasters and other tragedies and continue to do so.

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Special Needs

We provide much needed support to agencies and organisations that strive to make life better for those with disabilities and other special needs.

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We have long recognised the critical importance education plays in building strong communities and its role in ensuring their future growth. To this extent we are always actively searching for ways to contribute more to local schools and education institutions through our fund-raising and support programs.

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Health and Human Services

We strongly support vital human services such as woman`s and men's shelters, health screening and immunisation, diabetes research, cancer research and child welfare programs to name but a few. We actively support efforts to improve the community awareness, detection and treatment of breast cancer, prostate cancer, bowl cancer and the fight against neuromuscular and Motor Neurone diseases.

Wheelchairs For Kids


Wheelchairs for kids - Tsunami Appeal

The Wheelchairs for Kids - Tsunami Appeal was a seperately organised appeal and a worthy cause, providing those children suffering with disability and injury as a direct result of this disaster with an effective means by which to be able to move around freely and to maintain their independence without having to be restricted to bed.

These wheelchairs helped to contribute to their protection from infection by enabling them to stay off the ground and to maintain some form of mobility in the conditions in which they were faced with and we were proud to be actively supporting this disaster relieve program for these children.

The Wheelchairs for Kids Inc is a charity based in Western Australia that was set up by the Rotary Club of Scarborough and The Christian Brothers that manufacturer and donate wheelchairs around the world to those in need.

The Appeal culminated in a Gala Banquet Auction at Rendezvous Observation City on Saturday April 16th 2005. Our target was to raise at least $250,000 to donate to the project to provide wheelchairs for those affected by the tsunami on December 26th 2004 during the appeal.

The Wheelchairs for Kids Inc Project prides itself on being able to say that no money donated specifically for wheelchair production in used in administration; currently the Rotary Club Scarborough and The Christian Brothers underwrite this with the support of sponsorship partners to this appeal.

The workshop is run by over 60 volunteers who donate their time and skill to the project, with the workshop manager being Br.Olly Pickett, a Western Australian Volunteer of the Year and it's patron Dr.Fiona Wood who was a Western Australian of the Year and is well is known for her work in burn and skin cell development.