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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 sponsorship@ract.com.au.

This quarter our three charities are:

website image.jpgRural Alive & Well 

Rural Alive & Well helps individuals, families and the community through mental health issues with a focus on suicide prevention. Their role is to offer a friendly ear in a difficult time, offer information, support and strategies to help as well linking individuals to relevant services that can assist. They provide outreach support to rural Tasmania and the service is available 24/7 either face to face or over the phone.

Rural Alive & Well

Kids Like Brett

Established in 1991, Kids Like Brett has raised funds to purchase and donate life-saving medical equipment that children’s hospitals could not afford. 100% of money raised goes directly towards the purchase of life-saving medical equipment for very sick kids. Kids Like Brett approaches hospitals to determine what life-saving medical equipment is needed and then negotiates directly with manufacturers to ensure maximum value for all funds raised. They have recently purchased equipment for Royal Hobart Hospital, and are continuing to look for ways to do more.

 Kids Like Brett

Kyla's Foundation

Kyla's Foundation raises money for families who suffer the sudden loss of a child in the North West Tasmanian community. They are constantly finding ways to assist families with the unexpected costs associated ie: funeral expenses, catering, flowers, decorations or a special memorial plaque. The Foundation is also in communication with the local hospitals and councils working on ways to make families lives that little bit easier during these unfortunate sudden events.

Kyla's Foundation