Cancer Council WA 2017 - 2018

Pindan has selected Cancer Council Western Australia as its new principal charity partner for 2017.

Cancer Council WA is the state's leading independent, evidence-based cancer organisation.

Through the generosity of the Western Australian community, it funds world-class cancer research, as well as running life-saving prevention programs such as SunSmart and Make Smoking History, and providing much-needed support to Western Australian families affected by cancer.

We are delighted to be affiliated with the Cancer Council and look forward to generously donating the proceeds from our staff fundraising efforts throughout the year.

With the generous support of our sub-contractors and suppliers, we plan to build a charity home with the Cancer Council as its beneficiary in the near future.
 

Parkerville Children & Youth Care 2014 - 2016

Pindan proudly donated $288,500 to Parkerville Children and Youth Care.

The donation, which is the net proceeds from the sale of the Pindan/MBA charity home at River’s Edge in Guildford is the highest amount raised since Pindan began formally affiliating with selected charities since 2007.

Staff were also delighted to hand over an additional $57,500, the culmination of internal fundraising efforts, as well as lending a helping hand when needed.

Parkerville Children and Youth Care was established as an orphanage for local children in 1903 and has grown from humble beginnings to become a nationally recognised specialist provider for children and young people who have suffered abuse.

As recognition of its partnership, a room in Parkerville’s new Child Advocacy Centre will be named after Pindan.
 

Cystic Fibrosis WA 2011 - 2013

Pindan sold its third charity home at the Q Central Development in Queens Park, with net proceeds of the sale going to Cystic Fibrosis WA (CFWA).

$170,000 in proceeds raised from the sale of the home went towards helping Cystic Fibrosis WA achieve its vision of ‘Lives Unaffected by Cystic Fibrosis’.

In addition to the charity home, Pindan staff have raised over $28,000 through regular fundraising activities to assist CFWA.

Cystic Fibrosis is the most common life threatening recessive genetic disorder affecting Australian children, with one in 2,500 babies born with Cystic Fibrosis.

Association for the Blind 2009 - 2010

Pindan sold its second charity home at the Waters Edge estate in Viveash, with proceeds benefitting the Association for the Blind of WA – Guide Dogs WA.

An impressive $168,500 raised from the sale went towards vital initiatives such as the training of Guide Dog instructors, sponsoring children’s places in the Association’s Kindergarten Program and the Social and Life Skills Activities camp; and buying critical equipment for their Industry Skills Centre.
 
In addition to the charity home, Pindan staff raised $30,000 and sponsored a guide dog puppy named Shadow who became a vital companion to a visually impaired person 18 months later when he graduated from his intensive training.