All staff of the Engineering Institute of Technology are actively encouraged to become involved in our local communities. It's not all about money or how much is donated, but more to do with actively helping causes we are all passionate about.
Here some of the organisations we are involved in.
The Bull Creek Primary School community is focussed towards ensuring our young people have the opportunity and confidence to develop the skills, knowledge and understandings necessary to meet the challenges of the future.
Parents are extremely active in the local school community.
The Constable Care Child Safety Foundation is keeping children and young people safe from harm through ground-breaking theatre-in-education and community programs.
Mandurah Wildlife Rescue aims to treat and care for all our admissions with the ultimate goal of rehabilitation and release, back into their natural environment.
Every year we have increasing numbers of admissions of wildlife that need our care.
Nyoongar Wellbeing and Sports aims to develop partnerships that maximise opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians residing in Nyoongar country, to participate in active recreation and enjoy health lifestyles, in order to produce health, education, social and cultural benefits for individuals and their respective communities.
RuOK Day aims to inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with people around them and support anyone struggling with life.
In the lead up to Christmas, The Salvation Army will set about collecting approximately 500,000 toys to give to families in need. This is just one of the ways the Salvos help provide children with a better and brighter Christmas.
The Salvos’ Christmas Toy Appeal is a fun way for your students to embrace the Spirit of Christmas, practise generosity and share a sign of hope with other Australian children who are less fortunate. Please consider helping by donating new toys or other gifts to the Appeal.
THYROID WA SUPPORT GROUP INC. is a not-for-profit voluntary organisation which provides Support, Advocacy and Awareness.
Thyroid disease affects 1 in 14 Australians.
Welcome to Australia exists to engage everyday Australians in the task of cultivating a culture of welcome in our nation.
The Australia we love is known for its diversity, compassion, generosity and commitment to giving all people a fair go.
The mission of Enjoy the Journey Foundation is to see children gain access to education in developing countries, and our first two pilot projects have seen nearly 200 children start school in the Phillipines and Sierra Leone.
The Adventurers is a group of people dedicated to promoting awareness of childhood brain cancer, and raising funds for medical research into new and more effective treatments.
Adventurers are volunteers who commit themselves to an arduous physical challenge (at their own expense) and a significant fundraising target.
Red Cross Blood Service helps people of all walks of life who need blood products. Some need it to get them through a serious event in their lives, like cancer or a dangerous pregnancy. EVERY BLOOD DONATION CAN SAVE THREE LIVES.
FRINGE WORLD Festival is produced by Artrage Inc, a Not-For-Profit cultural organisation and charity that has been at the forefront of enriching and evolving the creative arts and culture of Western Australia since 1983.
FAWNA is a not for profit government approved wildlife rescue and rehabilitation organisation for sick, injured and orphaned native fauna.
Operating in the south-west of Western Australia, FAWNA is entirely run by volunteers and administered by a committee elected annually at the Annual General Meeting by the members. To do this we rely almost entirely on public support.
Guide Dogs Australia is a brand that represents Australia's six state-based Guide Dog organisations. Together, as the nation's leading providers of orientation and mobility services, including Guide Dogs, we assist people who are blind or have a vision impairment gain the freedom and independence to move safely and confidently around their communities, and to fulfil their potential.
In Australia many homeless women and women in domestic violence shelters had to face unthinkable indignities. Share the Dignity aims to address the situation
Relief in times of crisis and care when it's needed most. Red Cross is there for people in need, no matter who you are, no matter where you live.
The Red Cross Red Crescent Movement helps tens of millions of people around the world each year and here at Australian Red Cross, we care for local communities in Australia and further afield.
World Vision is a worldwide community development organisation that provides short-term and long-term assistance to 100 million people worldwide. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation.