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:
Li-Ve Tasmania provides genuine support to people living with disability in Tasmania. The organisations portfolio of services includes 16 group homes statewide, community access programs, services supporting those with dementia and acquired brain injury. Further, the organisation is developing ground-breaking research, education and resources in end-of-life care for people with life-limiting illness and disability. Empowering people living with disability to live life their way in comfort and safety has been at the heart of the Li-Ve Tasmania brand for more than 60 years.
Li-Ve Tasmania website
Tasmanian Land Conservancy
The Tasmanian Land Conservancy (TLC) is a not-for-profit, apolitical, science and community-based organisation that raises funds from the public to protect irreplaceable sites and rare ecosystems by buying and managing private land in Tasmania. Their mission is for Tasmania to be a global leader in nature conservation. To achieve this, the TLC works in four powerful ways by:
Protecting nature in our reserves, in partnership with private landholders, and by selling properties to those who wish to own land and protect it.
Looking after nature through reserve management principles informed by science.
Innovating for nature by using business principles, bold ideas and leading technologies.
Involving people by providing opportunities to experience nature, achieve nature conservation and operate mutually beneficial businesses.
Tasmanian Land Conservancy website
Make-A-Wish estimate that 2,000 kids are diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition every year; four times the number we're currently able to reach. In Tasmania we have 4 volunteer branches in Burnie, Devonport, Hobart and Launceston. Our volunteers in Tasmania are currently working with 23 kids on their wish journey. Taking really sick children and teenagers on a carefully designed, unique wish program where their most cherished wish comes true, Make-A-Wish wishes are vital, build resilience and are an essential complement to medical treatment.