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Water Aid Australia

PhoenixPM’s monthly donations to WaterAid supports their mission – “to overcome poverty by enabling the world’s poorest people to gain access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene education”.
These basic human rights underpin health, education and livelihoods and form the first, essential step in overcoming poverty.
WaterAid works with local partner who understand local issues and provide them with the skills and support to help communities set up and manage practical and sustainable projects that meet their real needs. They also campaign locally and internationally to change policy and practice and ensure water and sanitation’s vital role in reducing poverty is recognised.

cancer council
Cancer Council

Cancer Council SA is the state's leading non-government cancer control organisation, dedicated to ensuring that South Australians are reducing their cancer risk and receiving the best cancer care. PhoenixPM's monthly donations support cancer research, patient services as well as education on prevention programs in South Australia.

Doctors without Borders
Medecins Sans Frontiers

The Australian section of Médecins Sans Frontières was established in 1994, and it is currently fully funded by private donors of which PhoenixPM is proud to be regular monthly donator. Every year around one hundred Australians and New Zealanders are sent to, and supported in the field by the Sydney office.
Médecins Sans Frontières was originally founded in 1971 by a small group of doctors and journalists who believed that all people should have access to emergency medical relief.
Médecins Sans Frontières was one of the first non-governmental organisations to provide urgently needed medical assistance and to publically bear witness to the plight of the people it helps.
In 1999, Médecins Sans Frontières was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of its pioneering humanitarian work.
Today, Médecins Sans Frontières is an international independent movement with offices in nineteen countries.
During 2006, the Médecins Sans Frontières field team was made up of more than 27,000 individuals, including doctors, nurses, epidemiologists, laboratory technicians, mental health professionals, logistics experts, water and sanitation engineers, administrators and a host of other professional and non-professional support staff, working in over sixty countries around the world.

Sponsor a Child
World Vision

PhoenixPM proudly sponsor a little boy in Ecuador called Anthony. His favourite game is playing with toy cars, not unlike some of our employees!
Located on the north-west coast of South America, Ecuador shares its borders with Peru and Colombia. Slightly larger than the state of Victoria, the country is home to around 13 million people. The effects of El Niño and conflict with neighbouring countries has put pressure on the economy. Widespread underemployment is a major problem, with more than 50 percent of the population living on less than US$2 a day. Less than half the population have access to essential drugs, contributing to the spread of preventable diseases. Frequent natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, landslides and volcanic activity have the potential to cause widespread damage and leave whole communities without food and shelter.
World Vision Australia is working with communities in the Ecuador. Examples of funded projects can be found here; http://www.worldvision.com.au/aboutus/projects/ecuador.asp

Sponsor a Child
Sporting Car Club of SA

PhoenixPM is pleased to join forces with the Sporting Car Club of South Australia and has signed on as Naming Rights Sponsor for the 2011 South Australian State Hillclimb Championships. Under the agreement, PhoenixPM supported the Club for the Championship event held in October 2011 and for the coming year, 2012. This is an important way for PhoenixPM to give back to the community and are proud to be involved in such an event