Charities we Support

We support a number of local and national charities, both through direct support, as well as the complimentary creation or licensing of eLearning content.

Here’s just handful of the teams we think are doing great work!

White Ribbon

The White Ribbon Association is one of Australia’s largest charities working to end gendered violence.

In Australia, one woman every week is murdered by a male partner or family member. This is totally unacceptable, and one of the many reasons why we think White Ribbon is doing amazing work.

Click here to visit their webpage, and consider donating.

Endeavour Foundation

The Endeavour Foundation works to help people with a disability to live fulfilling lives, working together to turn possibilities into reality for each individual.

We have a close relationship with the Endeavour Foundation, and love everyone involved with them.

Click here to visit their website for more details, and how you can help.


SuperFriend is a national mental health foundation focused on creating positive, healthy and safe working environments where every employee can be well and thrive. Their goal is to reduce the high rate of suicide and harmful impact of mental illness on individuals and their workplaces.

SuperFriend are the only mental health organisation that partners with superannuation funds and group life insurers (all profit to member) to gain knowledge of the industry’s unique needs and respond with tailored solutions.

For more information on SuperFriend, click here!

Starlight Foundation

Since 1988, the Starlight Foundation have partnered with Australian health professionals to support the ‘total care’ of children and teens.

The Starlight Foundation are uniquely Australian, using humour and joy to improve the lives of children facing serious illness in our local hospitals.

For more details, and to see how you can help, click here.

Black Dog Ride

Since the inaugural Black Dog Ride in 2009, founder Steve Andrews has built Black Dog Ride into a national suicide prevention charity which has coordinated 141 Black Dog Rides to raise awareness of depression and suicide prevention.

Only five short years after the inaugural Black Dog Ride, thousands of Australians have joined Steve on the road to raise awareness, and have raised over $2,200,000 for mental health services nationwide.

To join in on the next Black Dog Ride, or to donate, click here.

If you’re a charity looking for support, either financially of with your inductions and staff training, please give us a call.