FareShare Food Charity
FareShare’s operations help avoid food waste and divert surplus, edible food from landfill. This reduces greenhouse pollution and ensures food produced for humans reaches those who need it most. FareShare has been built on the generosity of philanthropic support. ABT provides equipment support for a new kitchen set up in Brisbane area, that will cook over a million meals in the first year and have a capacity of 5 million meals annually.
Yulu Burri Ba
Yulu-Burri Ba has been providing health-related services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in the Redland Shire for more than 25 years and became incorporated as Yulu-Burri-Ba in 1994. During that time, Yulu-Burri-Ba has established a community controlled health service providing multiple community care facilities and services. Health Clinics are located in North Stradbroke Island, Capalaba and Wynumn. These clinics provide the local communities with access to General practitioners and various Allied Health Services. ABT proudly supports Yulu-Burri-Ba, via its CEO who works as a non-remunerated Independent Director on the board of YBB.
North Stradbroke Island Aboriginal & Islanders Housing Coop Society
The housing coop is a ‘not for profit organisation’, which provides affordable rental accommodation for the Quandamooka members of the coop. In addition, the coop runs a “day respite care” centre, as well as residential aged care. ABT provides equipment and ongoing service support to each area of the Coop.
Saltwater Murris Quandamooka Art gallery – North Stradbroke Island
The gallery assists artists of the Noonucal, Nughie and Gorenpul tribes of Quandamooka to develop and promote their culture through art, sing, and dance. The artists are the storytellers of the Quandamooka people. Through art, they hope to increase the understanding of Indigenous culture and people. ABT provides equipment and ongoing service support to the Gallery.
Ipswich Girls Grammar School
Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School, including Ipswich Junior Grammar School, is one of the eight original Queensland Grammar Schools. The School has played a significant role in the education of thousands of inspirational women who have pursued careers in health, law, engineering, information technology, politics and other challenging careers. ABT is proud to support the school in its fundraising initiatives.
Minjerribah Moorgumpin Elders in Council
The Elders share their knowledge and experiences through the delivery of cultural talks and by providing cultural awareness activities to Primary and Secondary students, University students, Community Groups and Tourist Groups, including those from the International Community. ABT provide various levels of support, including cultural development work, assistance in the preparation of submissions to Government for cultural awareness programs, support for event programs and schedules, provision of equipment and ongoing servicing and, various levels of fundraising support.