Raising money for charity is a powerful way for our company and staff to make a positive impact on the world. It reflects our commitment to social responsibility and demonstrates that we’re not just focused on profits, but also on giving back to the communities we serve. When we come together to support charitable causes, we contribute to the greater good and address pressing issues such as healthcare, education, poverty, and environmental conservation.
Moreover, it fosters a sense of unity and purpose among our staff. It strengthens team bonds, boosts morale, and instills a shared sense of pride in working for an organization that cares about more than just its bottom line. Through charity initiatives, we showcase our collective compassion, empathy, and willingness to step up and help those in need. Ultimately, our efforts go beyond financial contributions; they symbolise our dedication to making a meaningful difference in the world.
KEE Hire’s Natalie Martin Hosts Biggest Morning Tea for Cancer Council
KEE Hire’s Natalie Martin organised this year’s Biggest Morning Tea at the KEE offices, to raise money for the cancer Council.
“Just wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone for their support for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea,” said Nat. “A massive thanks to Rily for all the behind the scenes work he did. I am pleased to advise we have raised a total of $1685.25 for the Cancer Council which is a huge effort so thank you very much! Well done to all the lucky raffle winners, I hope you all enjoy your winnings.”
KEE Fuel’s Vaughn Steenkamp Walks for Suicide Prevention in Memory of His Sister
Vaughn Steenkamp took part in the ‘Out of the Shadows’ walk on World Suicide Prevention Day at the weekend to raise money for Lifeline.
Vaughn said, “I wanted to do the walk in honour of my sister Kristie who tragically lost her life to suicide. If you could please support those in crisis by donating to the link below, I would love and appreciate it so much!”
Family and friends walked nine kilometres to represent the nine people who are lost to suicide every day. “Over fifty people turned up for the walk at Neil Hawkins Park in Joondalup on Sunday and there was six of us and three kids all walking for Kristie,” Vaughn said.
Lifeline provide suicide prevention services and support for Australians in need. To help Vaughn raise money for Lifeline. If you would like to donate, please click the link below:
If you or someone you know is feeling overwhelmed or struggling, please reach out and speak to someone. It’s okay to not be okay and it’s not weak to speak.
Lifeline if available 24 hours / 7 days a week
Lifeline call: 13 11 14
Lifeline text: 0447131114
Tragically, every year over 65,000 Australians attempt to take their own life and over 3,000 Australians die by suicide. Lifeline receives over 1 million contacts from people in crisis each year.
Suicide has a devastating impact on friends and loved ones. Together, we can ensure that no one has to face their darkest moments alone.