First Class Hampers is extremely proud and honoured to support our charity partners. As a profitable business we advocate for giving back to the community on a consistent and regular basis. You can join us by donating $1 or $2 during the order process to one of our charity partners. We will match every donation dollar for dollar each month.
Every little bit counts and with your help, hopefully we can help these amazing charities in their quests to make a difference:
R U OK? is an Australian non-profit suicide prevention organisation, founded by advertiser Gavin Larkin in 2009. It revolves around the slogan "R U OK?" (are you okay), and advocates people to have conversations with others. The organisation has a dedicated R U OK? Day, held annually on the second Thursday of September, which brings light to people with emotional insecurity and encourages others to regularly connect with them.
R U OK? works collaboratively with experts in suicide prevention and mental illness, as well as government departments, corporate leaders, teachers, universities, students and community groups. Its activities also align with the Australian Government's LIFE Framework.Visit Website
World Animal Protection (formerly The World Society for the Protection of Animals) is an international non-profit animal welfare organization that has been in operation for over 30 years. The charity’s vision is to create “a world where animals live free from cruelty and suffering”
The charity has regional hubs in: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America, and offices in 14 countries.Visit Website
Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is a non-profit organisation that supports Australians affected by breast cancer. BCNA aims to ensure that Australians affected by breast cancer receive support, information, treatment and care appropriate to their needs.
BCNA is the peak national organisation for Australians affected by breast cancer and consists of a network of more than 120,000 individual members and 300 Member Groups.Visit Website
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Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998, it is an offence to supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years (Penalty exceeds $6000) and for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or receive liquor (Penalty exceeds $500).
Liquor Licence No: 36102224