Philanthropy

aventura3 is committed to supporting the community. It does this in two ways:

  • Coaching on a pro bono basis the leader(s) of a charitable organisation to further their professional development: Heather is currently coaching the two co-founders of Queensland Kids, the vision of which is to create an innovative and sustainable respite and hospice facility addressing a significant gap in Queensland’s paediatric landscape, by establishing Hummingbird House.

  • Providing financial support, through monthly payments, to:

    Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors without Borders) was founded in 1971 by a small group of doctors and journalists who believed that all people should have access to emergency medical relief. MSF was one of the first non-governmental organisations to provide urgently needed medical assistance and to publicly bear witness to the plight of the people it helps. In 1999, it was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of its pioneering humanitarian work. Today, MSF is an international independent movement with offices in 19 countries.

    The Australian Red Cross: The The Australian Red Cross is always there for people in need, providing relief in times of crisis and care for the most vulnerable in Australia and around the world. In times of conflict or natural disaster, its volunteers put the Red Cross’s humanitarian values to work. They offer practical assistance and support at any time of the day or night—no questions asked. With more than 100 million volunteers worldwide and 60,000 members and volunteers in Australia, the Red Cross is committed to helping those in need in the community, from providing breakfast for hungry children every day to supporting the elderly and isolated in their own homes. The Australian Red Cross is part of the world’s largest humanitarian organisation, is independent of government and has no political, religious or cultural affiliations.