Supporting our Community
EBM and staff are very proud to support and substantially contribute to a large number of local charity organisations, which are dedicated to providing much needed help and support, for those in need. We have been supporting local charities for over 40 years. We are proud of the great work and progress these organisations have made, by helping to develop support and solutions to a number of health and social issues, as well as strengthening our communities.
Charities we support:
Teen Challenge Western Australia was established in 1985 and includes many facilities along with a strategically placed residential facility located in Esperance. Last year Teen Challenge served over 10,000 men, women and children in Western Australia through its resident and outreach programs.
The Scott Joyce Appeal Fund
Scott was nearing his 19th birthday when a routine tackle at a local football match went very wrong. While Scott's story is inspirational, it is far from over. There are still many challenges which lie ahead for Scott to lead the kind of life that he deserves.
Cancer Council Western Australia
Alzheimer’s Australia WA Ltd
Assistance Dogs Australia
Princess Margaret Hospital
Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation
Variety Club WA
Destiny Rescue - Sponsor a Home
Breast Cancer Care WA
Founded in 2000, Breast Cancer Care WA is a Western Australian charity that provides personalised emotional, practical and financial support to people affected by breast cancer. All of their services are free of charge and are also available to family and friends supporting someone diagnosed with breast cancer.
PBF’s mission is to reduce the incidence and impact of spinal cord injury. This means their aim is to see fewer Australians becoming permanently paralysed each year through accidents at home, work or play.
Ronald McDonald House Perth
The Ronald McDonald House Charities are an independent non-profit organisation that provides a range of support to seriously ill children and their families when they need it most.
Youth Focus deliver frontline services and education programs to reduce symptoms associated with suicide, depression, anxiety and self-harm, and also build long-term mental wellbeing to help young people reach their full potential.
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. Lifeline support people through suicidal thoughts, anxiety, depression, loneliness, abuse and trauma, stresses from work, family or society and self-help information for friends and family.
Royal Flying Doctors Service
Using the latest in aviation, medical and communications technology, the Royal Flying Doctor Service works to provide emergency medical and primary health care services to anyone who lives, works or travels in rural and remote Australia.
Jeans for Genes
Jeans for Genes was established in 1994 by Children’s Medical Research Institute to fund revolutionary research that helps diagnose, understand, and find cures or treatments for conditions affecting kids, including genetic diseases, cancer, and epilepsy.
Lions Cancer Institute
The Lions Cancer Institute is a project of the Lions Clubs of Western Australia and was formed in 1989. Incorporated in 1990, became affiliated with the University of Western Australia in 1994 and in 1996 in association with The Cancer Research Institute formed the Centre for Applied Cancer Studies at the University of Western Australia.
The Australian Red Cross provides a range of services and programmes including migration support, emergency management, blood donation via the Australian Red Cross Blood Service, and community services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, youth, families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.
Shenton Park Dogs Refuge
The Dogs' Refuge Home is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the rescue, care and re-homing of dogs. Established in 1935, it is one of the oldest animal welfare agencies in Australia. Every year hundreds of dogs are taken in that have been abused, neglected or simply no longer wanted.
The Sudden Infant Death Research Foundation Inc., now known as Red Nose, was founded by Kaarene Fitzgerald in 1977 following the death of her son Glenn to SIDS. The organisation has grown from small volunteer self-help roots into a vital and vibrant organisation that supports bereaved families and educates parents, health professionals and the community throughout Australia.
The Channel Seven Perth Telethon was established in 1968 by Sir James Cruthers and Brian Treasure. There are two major beneficiaries - Princess Margaret Hospital for Children and the Telethon Kids Institute plus many other beneficiaries including Telethon Speech & Hearing.
Fred Hollows Foundation
The Fred Hollows Foundation are an international development organisation working towards eliminating avoidable blindness and improving Indigenous Australian health.
Working Spirit’s Goals & Objectives are to raise awareness of veteran employability to businesses both in the Public and Private Sector in Australia whilst highlighting the workforce potential of veterans.
World Vision is an Australian charity organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Poor, marginalised people and communities work with World Vision to improve their lives and take control of their futures.
The Smith Family
The Smith Family is a children's charity helping disadvantaged Australian children to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves.
Make A Wish Foundation
The Make A Wish Foundation transform the lives of children battling life-threatening medical conditions through the healing power of a wish. Wishes give seriously ill kids hope for the future, strength to face the challenges of their illness, and joy from their incredible wish experience.