Ronald McDonald House Charities South Australia “Hearts Unite for Sick Kids Giving Day”

On the 16th June 2021 Ronald McDonald House Charities SA held a “Hearts Unite for Sick Kids Giving Day”.  The MGA Whittles Community Foundation donated $5,000 which was utilised as ‘Matched Funding” for this campaign. The RMHC’s original goal was to raise $50,000 but they smashed that goal and raised $70,716.  This money will

AllKids “Kids to School”

The AllKids ''Kids to School'' program was set up to transport children from remote villages to and from the AllKids Learning Centre.  Prior to this program these disadvantaged Children would not be able to attend school making their outlook for a better future even more inaccessible.  Currently there are 502 students on the

Rotary Bushfire Support Donation

The end of 2019 saw horrific bushfires rage through many parts of our country. This continued on into 2020. The MGA Whittles Community Foundation began a fundraising campaign in January to raise money to help those affected by this disastrous event. The monies raised were then matched by the MGA Whittles Group of

AMRF Melanoma March

The MGA and Whittles Group have been long time supporters of a number of very worthwhile charities such as the Royal Flying Doctor Service, All Kids and the Variety Club. The MGA Whittles Foundation pays 100% of all funds received to our selected charities. Since our formation, the Foundation seeks to continue supporting

Getting into the Christmas Spirit

The MGA Whittles Foundation was approached by CareFlight who in conjunction with Magic Mania were asking for our support in their Christmas appeal, to assist in providing a special day out for disadvantaged children to attend a Christmas event - filled with clowns, magicians, acrobats, contortionists, jugglers etc. Our employees and representatives across

T for Thomas Inc.

Jane Taylor and our local Darwin Office supports a new charity "T for Thomas Inc." their mission is to make people more aware of Sepsis and provide ongoing support for survivors. Luke Harris from MGA Darwin generously donating $1,000 and with the help of the Foundation Jane Taylor presented a cheque for $3,000

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