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Charities We Support

Giving back is important to the team at Tu Projects, each of us has at some point or another experienced generosity and since 2007 we have introduced a staff experience of selecting a monthly charity and contributing to the cause. Likewise at Tu Projects our staff are invited to take 2 days off per annum for charitable activity.


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All in for Alex

Alex was diagnosed with breast cancer in October, 2010. She had a mastectomy and underwent both chemotherapy and radiation treatments. We thought she was in remission, but recent tests revealed some more spots. After further investigation, unfortunately the cancer had returned, only this time it was in her bones and had spread further (Metastatic breast cancer). Alex now has Stage 4 stomach cancer.

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Cure for Life

At Cure Brain cancer they recognise that to solve a complex problem like brain cancer we need to do things differently; to think laterally and find smarter solutions that allow us to make breakthroughs much faster than traditional research methods allow.

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The Breakfast Hop

The Breakfast Hop connects all walks of life in the city of Melbourne, welcoming travellers, international students, families, homeless, asylum seekers, the poor, the rich. Come on come all.

The spirit of the square came alive with an outdoor buffet breakfast, as well as the activities for kids and adults.

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Hands Across the Water

Hands Across the Water is an Australian charity that gives at-risk Thai children and their communities a helping hand. Our projects are tailored to meet local communities’ needs – for the long term. The work we do is focused on improving the lives of the kids and their communities today and in the future.

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Mother's Day Classic

The Mother's Day Classic is organised by Women in Super - a national network of women working in the superannuation and finance industries. It was established to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research. The initiative was inspired by the knowledge that research is gradually improving the survival rate of the one in nine women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer by the age of 85. All proceeds from the Mother's Day Classic are donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation

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The Australian Red Cross

They train people in first aid, motivate the next generation to make their community a better place and with the help of half a million Australian blood donors, we save lives. Red Cross is there for people in need, no matter who you are, no matter where you live.

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World Vision Australia

World Vision Australia is an ecumenical Christian non-governmental organisation based in Melbourne, Australia. It is a part of the World Vision Partnership led by World Vision International.

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The Heart Foundation

They train people in first aid, motivate the next generation to make their community a better place and with the help of half a million Australian blood donors, we save lives. Red Cross is there for people in need, no matter who you are, no matter where you live.

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Cerebral Palsy Alliance

They provide a range of supports and services for children, teenagers and adults living with a disability. From therapy and physical wellbeing activities to mentoring and leadership programs, help in deciding what to do during school, when leaving school and gaining employment.

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Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is one of Australia’s best-loved fundraising events, and plays a vital role in raising money towards Cancer Council’s work in research, prevention and support. They work with our members, the eight state and territory cancer organisations to undertake and fund cancer research
prevent and control cancer and provide information and support for people affected by cancer.

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