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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:

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MND Tasmania

Motor Neurone Disease Association of Tasmania was founded in 1986 by a small group of volunteers to assist people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and their carers by providing useful and informative information, assisting with equipment needs, raising the profile of MND in the community and raising funds for research into MND. 

More details here: MND Tasmania

Smiling for Smiddy

In 2006, Adam passed away from an aggressive melanoma. He was just 26 years old, a talented triathlete and respected physiotherapist with the world at his feet. Smiling for Smiddy is a non for profit organisation raising vital funds for a range of potentially life-changing projects for those suffering from melanoma, prostate, ovarian and breast cancer through the Mater Foundation. Over the past ten years, Smiling for Smiddy has raised over $7 million.

More details here: Smiling for Smiddy

Edmund Rice Camps

Edmund Rice Camps Tasmania is a state-wide, not for profit, volunteer driven organisation that provides young people with experiences they may not otherwise have. The participants involved in our programs are aged between 8 – 15 years, and come from a variety of backgrounds and locations around Tasmania. Each participant is paired up with a young adult leader, promoting positive interaction, as well as the opportunity for the development of friendship and trust.

More details here: Edmund Rice Camps