Camp Quality is committed to bringing hope and happiness to every child living with cancer, their families and communities through ongoing quality recreational, educational and financial support programs. These programs aim to help each child and their family through their cancer journey. Camp Quality is all about fun therapy as ‘Laughter is the Best Medicine’.
Since 2009 Camp Quality has been RI Advice Group’s charity partner of choice. Our fundraising has helped many children living with cancer to attend a Camp Quality experience for some well needed fun therapy.
Some of the highlights of our fundraising activities are detailed below.
RI Advice Group golf tournaments – a fun day out for our advisers and their clients, giving us the opportunity to enjoy each other’s company while raising funds for Camp Quality.
RI Advice National Conferences – our conferences focus on development opportunities for our advisers and support staff, while donating funds through ‘fun fines’ and coffee cart donations.
We also invite a Camp Quality family or team member to our National Conference and share their story.
Other charities we have supported:
Newborns Vietnam – as an international charity of choice, we have raised funds for this wonderful organisation based in Da Nang, Vietnam. Our donations recently purchased five newborn warmers to save lives of local newborns under threat of dying due to low body temperature.
The Smith Family – Bikes for Tykes – a team-building exercise and a charity event we have participated. Team members build a bike from scratch which is donated to underprivileged children.
Save the Children – a leading, independent children’s rights charity.
Appin Hall Children’s Foundation – a respite and learning centre for children in Tasmania who are at risk due to poverty, disability or illness. This charity works with relevant community groups and qualified professionals to develop supplementary educational and recreational programs.
Tibetan Monastery (Lobsang Tender) – providing education and healthcare for children in remote areas such as Kham in Eastern Tibet.