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Every day, thousands of Australians rely on the invaluable services of our nations charities. That’s why Coles works hard with a variety of national charity partners so that together we can raise funds and awareness for some of Australia’s worthiest causes.
Coles, an official partner of the Cancer Council since 1996 has helped raise over $15 million dollars for cancer research and support programs through sponsorship, support of the ever popular Daffodil Day campaign and donations from every bottle of Coles sunscreen purchased.
In 2013, through the generous support of our customers and team members, Coles raised $2.1 million for Cancer Council which helps to maintain their Helpline (13 11 20), a free, confidential telephone service, which provides support to people who are living with or are touched by cancer.
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From hospital to home, Redkite gives young people with cancer a helping hand. See how Coles is helping Redkite give kids and their families all the support they need.
Coles Community Food with SecondBite donates surplus healthy, fresh produce to charities around Australia. Over 400 Coles stores are donating fresh produce and bakery items to both metropolitan and regional communities to assist the estimated 1.2 million Australians who don’t have access to a safe, regular, and affordable food supply.
Coles aims to reduce plastic bag use and encourage the use of reusable bags. In support of this aim, Coles donates 5 cents to Junior Landcare for every green bag sold.
The Coles Junior Landcare Garden Grants Program is the flagship program of the Coles/Landcare Australia partnership, which assists schools to establish their own garden programs within their school and communities. These programs encourage students to learn about the environment through outdoor learning and interaction in developing their own school gardens.
Since 2008, more than 1600 garden grants have been funded and many of the schools have established vegetable, bush tucker, native and water-wise gardens and sustainable garden programs. Lots of the fresh fruit, veggies and herbs that have been grown have ended up in the school kitchen and cooking classes.
Coles is committed to helping Foodbank in its important mission to achieve ‘An Australia without Hunger’ by regularly donating food and groceries. Through the dedicated work of our team members, Coles proudly donated 1.29 million kilograms of food and groceries in 2013.
In May 2013, Coles received The Patron’s award from Foodbank, recognising the millions of kilograms of food donated during a partnership stretching back over 10 years – enough to make more than 10 million meals for Australians in need of a little help.
Learn more at the Foodbank website.
Since 1982, Coles has supported the Guide Dogs Australia Collection Dog Program. The iconic Collection Dogs raise money to give blind and vision impaired people the skills and confidence to move around their local communities safely and independently.
Coles and customers have raised over $4.5 million since 1982 for Guide Dogs Australia.
So when you next do your shop at Coles, be sure to make a donation.
Find out more at Guide Dogs Australia.
Coles is the largest supporter and distributor of bush foods in Australia. Next time you visit Coles, look for the unique and tasty bush food range of Outback Spirit sausages, sauces, cooking sauces and condiments. Ten cents from every Outback Spirit product sold is donated to Coles Indigenous Food Fund, which supports Indigenous business development and promotes Australian native bush foods.
The success of Coles bush food range means some wild-harvested ingredients are no longer able to meet the demand for them. To help improve supply, Coles Indigenous Food Fund provides financial support, in conjunction with the Outback Spirit Foundation, to a number of Indigenous communities and enterprises.
From Central Australia to the Kimberleys and Cape York, Coles is helping these groups develop commercial planting and harvesting of bush tomatoes, Kakadu plums and native herbs in key locations - so we can all enjoy the fantastic flavours and authentic tastes of real Australian food.