2020 Charity Partnerships
We are proud to be supporting this years charities.
“We really get a kick out of seeing such a great events take shape with the aim of giving smiles to the children of Western Australia and also their families. Special needs children deserve special events like these, where they can be treated with so much fun and excitement”.
“As a business, we hope to continue to be involved with such a well-deserving charities that continues to spread goodwill and love, we are reminded to reflect on the importance of family and children, from all walks of life”.
For Nick Fennessy, Managing Director at Scotford Fennessy the chance to participate and support these charities is really rewarding and are close to his heart.
Ocean Hero’s Season Launch Party – 26th September 2020
A fantasitic outcome, Ocean Hero’s were able to raise $16,000 on the night, a pretty amazing feat considering the year that’s been! The money raised will allow the charity to continue to provide their events free of charge, long into the future.
In 2021 They hope to provide this unique opportunity of catching a wave to more children on the spectrum, in new locations around WA.
Maca Cancer200 – 2020 Challenge
On the 10th -11th of October, Nick Fennessy and as many as a 1000 riders alike will lined up all around Australia to take on the challenge and fight cancer through supporting medical research at the Perkins.
Unlike other rides, the MACA Cancer 200 Challenge, is not a race. It’s an emotional, challenging, personal event where you start as strangers and end as a family. All abilities and fitness levels are welcome.
Special Children’s Christmas Parties – Perth (Date to be confirmed)
The Special Children’s Christmas Parties are the biggest events of their kind in Australia for special needs children and their families. We work closely with hundreds of charities, schools, community groups and government organisations throughout the country to select these special children. The children invited, are children who suffer from one of the following: serious illnesses, physical or intellectual impairment, domestic violence, or living in underprivileged circumstances.
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