Adtrans Charity Golf Day Donates $10,000 To The Living Without Limits Foundation


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Pictured here is Renee Durden one of the Adtrans Automotive Group staff handing over the $10,000 check to Phil De Pinto and Steve Maras who both represent the Living Without Limits Foundation.

Adtrans Charity Golf Day Donates $10,000 To The Living Without Limits Foundation

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Congratulations to the Living Without Limits Foundation who recently received a check for $10,000 courtesy of the Adtrans Charity Golf Day.

Pictured here is Renee Durden one of the Adtrans Automotive Group staff handing over the $10,000 check to Phil De Pinto and Steve Maras who both represent the Living Without Limits Foundation.

The Living Without Limits Foundation is a genuine not-for-profit organisation established in 2012 by four very passionate and enthusiastic friends, all committed to simply doing something positive to help children impaired in some capacity.

The Foundation works extremely hard to raise funds for very “specific” purposes – to fund critical research, support various children’s organisations, assist in developmental practices and purchase all-important equipment – as determined by the Foundation’s Board, which is very ‘hands on’.

Living Without Limits seeks to help all children to overcome challenges, be participatory, set and achieve their goals and maximise their potential. It works to break down barriers and restrictions and provide opportunities.

It is very much all geared to supporting organisations, projects and initiatives that will ultimately assist affected children and their families.

The Foundation is particularly committed to supporting initiatives relating to Autism and Cerebral Palsy.

You can learn more about the Living Without Limits Foundation here… https://www.lwl.org.au

And the Adtrans Charity Golf Day here… http://www.adtranscharitygolfday.com.au/

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Can:Do 4Kids – Dinner In The Dark 2017 Raises $100,316 For Kids In Need


Can:Do 4Kids - Dinner In The Dark 2017
Can:Do 4Kids – Dinner In The Dark 2017

Can:Do 4Kids – Dinner In The Dark 2017 Raises $100,316 For Kids In Need

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We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the team at Can:Do 4Kids who recently raised $100,316 to support the delivery of vital services for South Australian children and young people who are hearing and vision impaired – as part of their signature fundraising event – Dinner In The Dark 2017!

This event was proudly supported by Adrian Brien Hyundai and Hyundai Help for Kids.

Check out the Hyundai Help For Kids Facebook Page for more photos taken on the night.

Can:Do 4Kids is South Australia’s oldest charity, it works directly with children and young adults with sensory impairment by focusing on what children ‘can do’ and helping them to reach their full potential.

All services provided by Can:Do 4Kids are provided free of charge to children and young adults who are deaf, blind or who have a sensory impairment.

Can:Do 4Kids (Townsend House) was founded in 1874 by Mr William Townsend MP.

Click here to learn more about Can:Do 4Kids… http://www.cando4kids.com.au/

Hyundai Help for Kids is the Australian part of Hyundai Motor Company’s global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, ‘Moving The World Together’. This initiative unites Hyundai’s international subsidiaries with the goal of creating and operating a range of social contribution programs demonstrating Hyundai’s commitment to responsible corporate citizenship.

Established in January 2014, Hyundai Help for Kids is a collaborative partnership between Hyundai Motor Company Australia and the 164-strong Hyundai National Dealer Network. The partnership was established to provide grants to a range of organisations focused on delivering assistance to children and the families who support them, through sport, culture, education, health, community engagement and social welfare initiatives.

Click here to learn more about Hyundai Help For Kids… http://www.hyundaihelpforkids.com.au/

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Hyundai Help For Kids Funding Update – Over $5 Million In Contributions


Hyundai Help For Kids Update July 2017
Hyundai Help For Kids Update July 2017

Hyundai Help For Kids Funding Update – Over $5 Million In Contributions

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Congratulations to the team at Hyundai Help For Kids who recently reached over $5 million in contributions.

Through the generosity of Hyundai Australia & the National Network of Hyundai Dealers, total contributions to the Hyundai Help for Kids program now stands at more than $5,049,556.00.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our Hyundai buyers and our awesome Dealers for assisting us to continue to support programs that help Aussie kids.

Hyundai Help for Kids is the Australian part of Hyundai Motor Company’s global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, ‘Moving The World Together’. This initiative unites Hyundai’s international subsidiaries with the goal of creating and operating a range of social contribution programs demonstrating Hyundai’s commitment to responsible corporate citizenship.

Established in January 2014, Hyundai Help for Kids is a collaborative partnership between Hyundai Motor Company Australia and the 164-strong Hyundai National Dealer Network. The partnership was established to provide grants to a range of organisations focused on delivering assistance to children and the families who support them, through sport, culture, education, health, community engagement and social welfare initiatives.

Click here to learn more about Hyundai Help For Kids… http://www.hyundaihelpforkids.com.au/

Adrian Brien Hyundai
Adrian Brien Hyundai

Adtrans Charity “Flicks 4 Kids” – The Lego Batman Movie Fundraiser


Adtrans Charity "Flicks 4 Kids" - The Lego Batman Movie Fundraiser
Adtrans Charity “Flicks 4 Kids” – The Lego Batman Movie Fundraiser

Adtrans Charity “Flicks 4 Kids” – The Lego Batman Movie Fundraiser

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Adtrans Charity “Flicks 4 Kids” advanced screening fundraiser at Wallis Piccadilly Cinema.

Get your tickets today, this event will sell out!

Adtrans Automotive have been raising money for local SA Charities for Kids In Need for over 30 years.

We have secured an Advanced Screening of The Lego Batman Movie.

When: Sunday the 19th of March 2017.

Time: 2.00pm for 2.20pm (movie commences).

Tickets: Adults $20.00 | Children $16.00.

Limited Tickets Available.

This is set to be a fun afternoon – we will have a $1 raffle with an array of prizes!

Email: adtranscharity@adtrans.com.au for tickets or further information.

Supporting:

Kids In Need | Youth Opportunities | The Riding for the Disabled Association | The Royal Society for the Blind.

Hyundai Help For Kids Funding Update January 2017


Hyundai Help For Kids Funding Update January 2017

Hyundai Help For Kids Funding Update January 2017

Hyundai Help For Kids Funding Update January 2017

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Congratulations Hyundai Australia & the National Dealer Network, who so far have helped the Hyundai Help For Kids program (since 1 Jan, 2014) raise more than $4,362,031.00 in funding.

Hyundai Help for Kids is the Australian part of Hyundai Motor Company’s global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, ‘Moving The World Together’. This initiative unites Hyundai’s international subsidiaries with the goal of creating and operating a range of social contribution programs demonstrating Hyundai’s commitment to responsible corporate citizenship.

Established in January 2014, Hyundai Help for Kids is a collaborative partnership between Hyundai Motor Company Australia and the 164-strong Hyundai National Dealer Network. The partnership was established to provide grants to a range of organisations focused on delivering assistance to children and the families who support them, through sport, culture, education, health, community engagement and social welfare initiatives.

Click here to learn more about Hyundai Help For Kids… http://www.hyundaihelpforkids.com.au/

Adrian Brien Hyundai
Adrian Brien Hyundai