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Corporate Social Responsibility

Many insist on a major contribution back to the community and those less well off than themselves.

Bone Health Foundation

ISIS has raised and donated over $1.2 million for the Bone Health Foundation since our involvement began in 2003. The Adelaide foundation helps children and adolescents with bone-related disabilities to recover to lead normal lives.

Community Support around the nation

On top of the national effort for the Bone health Foundation, every state office and individual staff members support their own cause or causes. In the past year:

  • The ACT office has previously thrown its weight behind Care Flight and the Rotary Club of Canberra, both of which have programs for ill or disadvantaged children.
  • The NT office has assisted the Darwin Surf Life Saving Club with surfboard sponsorship, as well as sponsoring the Northern Territory Variety Bash, the AFL NT Hall of Fame, the Darwin Runners Club, and participated in the Beer Can Regatta supporting the Lyons Club, and the Biggest Morning Tea for the Cancer Council.
  • The WA office has pitched in for the Hunger Project, donating funds to an ISIS friend travelling to Africa, as well as recently collecting money for Jeans for Jeans day and supporting the WA Football Commission to contribute to the National Open Woman’s Championships.
  • The SA office has supported a number of different charities ranging from youth issues to leukaemia, paraquads and hospital fundraising. It also supports the Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy through the ISIS Carl Hooper Scholarship.
  • The QLD office focused its attention on helping the Leukaemia Foundation, with participation in the World's Greatest Shave and the city2south 14km walk.
  • The NSW office teamed up with SeeBeyondBorders in 2012, an Australian not-for-profit organisation that provides Cambodian children with access to quality teaching and learning at school, and have donated over $77,000 so far to this worty cause.

  • The VIC office assisted the Cancer Council with a morning tea, as well as Jeans for Genes Day and donated blood for the Australian Red Cross. They also focused their Robin Boyd House membership, supporting the architecture industry.

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