Donation to Guide Dogs Association

Simone Coonan and the Team at our Millennium Office, raised an incredible $1,500 for the Guide Dogs Association which was generously matched by the MGA Whittles Community Foundation. A cheque for $3,000 was presented to Marie from the Guide Dogs Assoc and her four legged friend Ebony during morning tea celebrations. The Guide Dogs

Donation to Crime Stoppers SA

Heath Amber from the MGA Whittles Community Foundation presented a cheque for $2,000 to Sharon Hanlon, Chairman for Crime Stoppers SA. Crime Stoppers SA is a not for profit organisation and run a highly successful program in which the community and media help police solve crime. They also run various other crime prevention

Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day 2018

The MGA Whittles Foundation has once again supported the Cancer Council’s campaign of the year, Daffodil Day! Staff across the MGA Whittles Group of Companies held fundraising activities throughout the month of August in support of the charity and collectively raised $12,617.56. A cheque was presented to Lincoln Size, the CEO for the local

Melanoma March 2018

All personnel within the MGA Whittles Group supported another fundraising initiative, this time for the Australian Melanoma Research Foundation, with offices collecting nation wide through sausage sizzles, selling merchandise, cup cakes and other activities. Every dollar raised by staff was matched by the MGA Whittles Group. CEO for AMRF Julie Calvert said "The

Daffodil Day – Cancer Council

The MGA Whittles Group staff really enjoyed supporting the Cancer Council's Daffodil Day.  We held many activities during the month of August, along with the Cancer Council's Biggest Morning Tea to raise much needed funds.  Paul George, our Chairman for the MGA Whittles Community Foundation was proud to present a cheque to Lincoln

Donation to Alzheimers Australia

We were delighted to welcome the CEO of the Alzheimers Australia, Raj Chand was presented with a donation from the MGA Whittles Foundation. Raj, pictured with Claire Morris from Alzheimers Australia, along with Paul George and Heidi Whitehead at our group offices in Dulwich. The MGA Whittles Foundation are delighted to be working

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