Which one will you help support?

A sponsorship process that allows the Tasmanian community to decide who RACT supports.

Every quarter three much deserving charitable organisations are chosen to receive funding through our Community Act of Royalty Program.

These charities are featured in all of our RACT branches and each time a purchase is made by a customer, they receive a token to place in a box nominating one of the three charities to receive funding.

The organisation with the most tokens at the end of the quarter will receive $3000, the organisation that comes second will receive $2000 and the organisation that comes third will receive $1000.  

Charitable organisations wishing to be considered for future participation can apply here and send their application form to

This quarter our three charities are:

communityactofroyalty image.jpgDelta Therapy Dogs

Delta Therapy Dogs is a heartwarming program that brings the joy of animal companionship to those who need it most. Delta’s amazing and devoted volunteer Therapy Dog Teams brighten the lives of Tasmanians in hospitals and care facilities every week. The very special dogs make regular visits to health care facilities and offer the wonderful benefits of pet therapy, by spending time with patients and giving them​ a floppy ear to listen and a paw to shake.

Delta Therapy Dogs

Variety Tasmania

Variety Tasmania enhances the lives of children who are sick, disadvantaged or who have special needs allowing them to reach their full potential through the​ provision of tangible services and equipment. Variety Tasmania receives no government funding therefore 100% of money raised is achieved by running events, securing corporate partners, attracting individual givers and third party grants. ​

 Variety Tasmania

Cancer Council Tasmania

Cancer Council Tasmania is a charity working to minimise the incidence and impact of cancer on all Tasmanians through advocacy, raising awareness of cancer prevention and offering support and information for anyone affected by the disease.​

Cancer Council Tasmania