As much as we’d like it to be, life’s not always beer and skittles.

The reality is, people get sick and there are communities out there that suffer. That’s why we try to make a difference by supporting charities and causes close to our hearts. Whether big or small, we like to help make an impact on the people and communities that need it most, by helping make an impact with their branding.


From humble beginnings in 1997, ChillOut Festival has grown to become Australia’s largest Queer Country Pride festival.

ChillOut is recognised as a culturally important and nationally celebrated LGBTIQ pride event, supporting and representing Queer pride for all regional people.


In a collective partnership, Variety – the Children’s Charity – along with Resi Ventures, Burbank Homes, Ivy Street Advertising, Oliver Hume Real Estate,, Industry Media and all of our wonderful supporters – will be auctioning off a premium Burbank four-bedroom home in Accolade Rockbank, one of the fastest growing communities in Melbourne’s West. All profits from the impending auction will be donated to Variety the Children’s Charity. We could not be more proud.


Fundraising and raising awareness for Type 1 Diabetes – James Coatsworth’s 3700km bike ride from Wycheproof to Cape York will take off in July 2015. In July 2015 James is going to jump on my pushy and ride from my home town of Wycheproof to the tip of Australia – approx. 3700kms – to raise awareness and funds for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research.


The SunSmart program is world-renowned, leading the way in skin cancer prevention since its creation in the 1980s. The program is jointly funded by Cancer Council Victoria and VicHealth, and is a World Health Organisation (WHO) Collaborating Centre for UV Radiation. The residential builders in Victoria value our trades as we want you to be SunSmart and live a long and healthy life. The Builders you work for have UV Policies in place and we want to take an hour of your time to encourage you to understand why its so important for you to be SunSmart at work.


The Old Scotch Collegians Football Club (OSCFC) was founded in 1935 by a group of Launceston business men who were ex students of Scotch College. There were five families who played a strong role in establishing the club. While other clubs try and buy flags, OSCFC pride themselves on building a successful culture with players only wanting to play for the jumper and not for money, one of the major reasons for our recent success.


Victoria Police Legacy supports: Members of the police family who have lost a partner who is a serving or retired sworn member of Victoria Police, Protective Services Officer or recruit in training. Serving or retired sworn members and Protective Services Officer who have lost partners.  Resigned Members, who fall into one of the above categories, if they have served more than 25 years with Victoria Police. 


The Leukaemia Foundation is the only national Australian charity dedicated to helping those with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma, MDS, MPN, Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinaemia, aplastic anaemia, amyloidosis, and related blood disorders survive and then live a better quality of life. 


Urban Lifesavers is a NFP & registered charity dedicated to raising public awareness about the importance of ordinary people taking action during a sudden cardiac arrest by applying an automated external defibrillator (AED) without delay. Ordinary people can be urban lifesavers if they just know why, when and how to use an AED.


Wheels in Motion is a not-for-profit organisation with personality and a casual wardrobe working to improve the quality of life for those living with spinal cord injuries. Founded in 2016, Wheels in Motion is reframing expectations of disability by building a community around a movement.