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Our team members and customers are involved in many local clubs and groups, from schools to sport clubs. And our Local Community Support program recognises these grass-roots groups and organisations by providing support to help with fundraisers, raffles, community days and other activities. We love getting involved wherever we can.
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Football is a common thread among the kids and adults of remote Indigenous communities. In 2013, Coles, The Age and Linfox partnered to help Indigenous communities have access to sporting boots.
Customers dropped off their kids’ used footy boots in the designated drop points at Victorian Coles supermarkets and were then delivered to Indigenous communities.
The boots were sorted and cleaned ready for donation. Mix clothing also donated a pair of socks for every pair of boots. Together we managed to collect just over 4,700 boots.
Since 2001, Coles has partnered with the Sydney Children’s Hospital, raising over $2.6 million to date.
In 2011 our supermarkets in NSW and ACT launched the Coles Cheer for the Kids Appeal to help provide vital funds that make a difference to the level of treatment and care the Sydney Children's Hospital can provide to sick and injured children.
With the support of our customers, Coles has helped the Children’s Hospital Foundation save lives, and make life a little better for sick children and their families at the Royal Children’s Hospital, and from late 2014 the new Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital. Since 1989, our longstanding partnership has helped raise over six million dollars for life-changing medical research, equipment and entertainment all aimed at improving outcomes for little patients.
Community support from Coles reaches to the furthest corners of Australia, as evidenced by the Arnhem Land Progress Association (ALPA), which operates 18 remote grocery stores in the Top End employing over 300 Aboriginal people.
ALPA celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2012 as a successful Indigenous enterprise selling groceries in what are some of the most remote parts of Australia. Coles provide fixtures and fittings for these stores, staff exchanges, specialised in store training - such as scratch bakeries - for ALPA employees, and support for ALPA staff in their Retail Certificates II and III. A number of ALPA store managers have also completed their Retail Diplomas.
For the 19th consecutive year, Coles was a proud supporter of AGFEST in 2013 and donated proceeds from food and drinks sold at its Coles Picnic Area to children’s charity, Camp Quality.
Over the three days, Coles donated 150kg of thin barbeque sausages, 180kg of short-cut bacon and 150kg of Coles Butcher Beef Burgers.
Coles has proudly sponsored the Geelong Hospital Gala Day Parade every year since 2009. Team members from our Geelong stores feature in the Gala Day Parade every year, supporting their local community, handing out fresh apples to promote healthy eating with children and creating a sea of red and white Coles balloons. Coles recently raised over $30,000 towards the appeal in 2013.
At any given time in Queensland, there are 3,700 children living with a life-limiting illness. This means that they aren’t expected to live past 18 years of age. In 2014, Coles stores across Queensland joined together with their customers to fundraise and help build Hummingbird House, which will provide vital respite and clinical care for families in a home away from home environment.
To date, the Coles team and their generous customers have raised over $220,000, which will be used to help furnish the family accommodation units, allowing families to stay together while their child receives respite or end-of-life care.
Set to open in late 2015, the state-of-the-art Hummingbird House will be a place where kids can be kids, families can reconnect and create treasured and timeless memories.
For more information about Hummingbird House visit www.hummingbirdhouse.org.au
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