Fuji Xerox Business Centre Sunshine Coast has been committed to local sustainability initiatives including being an active member in the community and sponsorships of various sporting clubs and events since we opened. We believe that in our business growing and becoming the success it is today that we need to give back to the Sunshine Coast community and local charities.
A few of our ongoing sponsorships that help and rely on our continued partnership are:
This year Fuji Xerox Business Centre Sunshine Coast will be a major sponsor for the TOOMOO 2017 charity Ride in partnership with Steps Charity raising much needed funds for their Pathway Project.
The TOOMOO is a bike ride that starts in Toowoomba and concludes in Mooloolaba on Saturday April 29th after 200+km of (overall) downhill riding.
Fusion Sunshine Coast
Fusion is a national and international Christian youth and community organisation with branches in places from Tasmania to Nigeria. Fusion Sunshine Coast is the local branch here in Queensland based out of the Alcooringa Youth & Community Centre in Buderim. Where as the local branch their focus is on ensuring that the Sunshine Coast has strong youth, because they believe that strong youth equals a bright future. They do this through creating safe and inclusive environments to connect with young people to encourage growth. As a part of this they run programs in high schools, run high energy Epic Evenings, mentoring programs and heaps more
Adem Crosby started Team Adem in February 2011 shortly after he was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukaemia at the age of 17. Adem was an inspirational young man, whose battle with leukaemia has touched the hearts of many people. Even though suffering great adversity, he used his illness and experiences to inspire and help others. As Adem’s condition declined, his desire to make a difference certainly didn’t. Sadly Adem passed away in May 2013, but his wish to help others lives on through the charity he started – Team Adem.
Since 2011, Team Adem has grown to become an established and respected Sunshine Coast charity and is making a profound difference to many lives. Team Adem continues to help and support organisations that care for patients, families and seriously ill children affected by a cancer diagnosis.
Team Adem’s most significant achievement however, is its ever-growing blood donation community, which is making a lifesaving difference to over 1200 Australian lives every month. Having received over 350 blood product transfusions himself, it was Adem’s wish for the Team Adem Blood Donation Community to grow and help thousands of lives each and every year.
Make A Wish Foundation Sunshine Coast
Make-A-Wish Australia was founded in 1985 and now, in their 30th year, they have granted over 8,000 wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses. Make-A-Wish wishes gives very sick children and teenagers hope for the future, strength to face the challenges of their illness, and joy from their incredible wish experience.
Suncoast Care assists in meeting the needs of our local community through their community grocery store, soup kitchen, emergency relief program, school pantries program, Christian life courses, food rescue, coffee connect, donations to local community organisations and they are a job seeker host. Through these successful programs they see in excess of 7000 people utilizing their services annually! They are committed to providing food for their community by giving people a ‘hand up’ and not a ‘hand out’. The food is sourced from Foodbank, well known supermarkets, national distributors and a number of local farmers. They are deeply grateful to all their sponsors, donors and supporters.
A not-for-profit charitable organization reaching the Sunshine Coast with food and aid. As part of the Global Care Australia network, we are registered with the Australian Taxation Office as a Deductible Gift Recipient.
Sunshine Coast Grammar School
We have been a major sponsor of Sunshine Coast Grammar Rugby since 2010. We are also actively involved and a major sponsor of the Grammar Golf Day.