The Mandalay Projects
At The Mandalay Projects we have a vision of a world in which children live free from exploitation, and with universal access to a proper education. Our basic mission is to prevent the trafcking of children into the worst forms of child labour (as defned by ILO Convention #182)
The Vic Park Rovers Curtin University Football Club
A community-based soccer-football club offering football opportunities from ages 5 to 105!
Camp Autism WA
Camp Autism WA is a not for proft organisation, that provides the opportunity for families with a child/ren on the Autism Spectrum to attend weekend camps and day events in a non judgemental environment and can be attended and enjoyed by all members of the family. Activities organised are to encourage social interaction, exploration of the senses and to learn new skills all whilst having fun. More importantly, you are able to connect with other families in a similar situation.
Camp Autism WA INC would just like to say a HUGE thank you to Empire Estate Agent for their support this year. Your support of our charity has meant that all the families attending Camp Autism camps will have a chance to participate this year. An extra thank you for coming along to support our High Tea on Sunday.
Carson St Primary School
Carson Street Primary School is the State’s only Education Support Primary School, it educates students that require extensive therapy and educational services. Empire are proud to sponsor the P&F Quiz Night and focus a majority of our fundraising to this amazing school.
We would like to extend a special thanks to Empire Estate Agents in East Victoria Park for donating the prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place for our Quiz night. The Carson Street School P&C Association, students, and the staff thank all of the sponsors who have been so generous with their support
Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is Cancer Council Australia’s most popular fundraising event and the largest, most successful event of its kind in Australia. At Empire each year we host a morning tea at our ofce to support, raise funds and awareness for Cancer.
Why? Fighting cancer matters everywhere! 12.7 million people each year fnd out they have cancer and 7.6 million people die from Cancer each year. 13.1 million is the World HeCalth Organisations projected deaths from Cancer in 2030.
That is someone in our family, colleagues, friends and neighbours. Let’s help the Cancer Council – they are the leading independent funders of Cancer research in Australia and run early detection and prevention programs and patient support.