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AccuWeigh Making a Difference to the Lives of Critically Injured Children

2019-06-13T16:15:00+09:30 2nd August 2018|

$500 was donated to the Day of Difference Foundation by AccuWeigh to support their valuable work to reduce the incidence and impact on children from critical injuries. The donation was made as part of AccuWeigh’s A Higher Cause initiative, now celebrating its tenth year. The Day of Difference Foundation is our Chief Executive Officer’s most favoured charity and, because of this, at least one donation per year from A Higher Cause must be made to the Foundation, resulting in over $3,100 donate… Read More

AccuWeigh Backs Bravehearts

2019-06-13T16:15:07+09:30 5th February 2017|

AccuWeigh recently donated over $600 to Bravehearts (https://www.bravehearts.org.au/), a charity that solely exists to prevent child sexual assault in our society and to make Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child. The donation was made as part of AccuWeigh’s A Higher Cause charity initiative. Many charities centred on children have benefitted through AccuWeigh’s A Higher Cause program in the past, but this is the first time that Bravehearts has been a recipient of a financial… Read More

AccuWeigh Donates to Perth’s Telethon

2019-06-13T16:15:07+09:30 3rd January 2017|

AccuWeigh WA has donated $500 to Perth’s Telethon which was recently hosted by Channel 7 on Sunday, October 16 2016. The entire Telethon raised $26,290,154 to help the Western Australian community with medical equipment, research into children’s diseases and to supply vital medical equipment where it’s needed most. The opportunity to donate proved to be an excellent fit with AccuWeigh’s A Higher Cause charitable initiative, which seeks to give some of AccuWeigh’s quarterly earn… Read More

AccuWeigh’s A Higher Cause Initiative Donates to MND Australia

2019-06-13T16:15:09+09:30 21st June 2016|

AccuWeigh recently donated $250 to Motor Neurone Disease Australia to help fight this debilitating condition which is hard on sufferers and hard on their loved ones. The donation was made as part of AccuWeigh’s A Higher Cause charity initiative and at the request of Sherry Gorman and Darryn Thompson, AccuWeigh’s Office and Service Managers in the South Australian branch. Read More

Oh No, It’s Almost Movember Again

2019-06-13T16:15:20+09:30 9th October 2014|

AccuCorp branches have contributed to many deserving charities over the years. One such charity, the Movember Foundation, requires a little bit more of a commitment beyond simple donations. To further promote the Movember Foundation and to raise awareness of men’s health issues, the Movember Foundation asks its male supporters to grow a moustache throughout the month of November. Not all AccuCorp branches have embraced this opportunity to promote this worthy charity, but some, have. AccuCo… Read More

AccuCorp’s Community Spirit is Working Towards a Day of Difference

2019-06-13T16:15:20+09:30 8th October 2014|

AccuCorp recently donated another $500 to the Day of Difference Foundation as part of its A Higher Cause charity initiative. The Day of Difference Foundation is a charitable organisation dedicated to working for critically injured children and their families. Throughout Australia over 60,000 children are seriously injured each year. The Day of Difference Foundation is our Chief Executive Officer’s favoured charity and is best known for Sophie Delezio. To date, AccuCorp has donated over $2,… Read More

AccuCorp Playing Its Part to Help Conquer Cancer

2019-06-13T16:15:21+09:30 8th October 2014|

AccuCorp recently donated $500 to the Cancer Council of Australia as part of its A Higher Cause Initiative. Cancer has touched the lives of many people in Australia, including some of AccuCorp’s staff members, either directly or indirectly through family and friends. AccuCorp recognises the need to make a contribution back to the community through a combination of volunteering labour, the running of special events, employing of less-privileged people, direct donations, and more. AccuCorp&#… Read More