boardriders
Josh Middlebrook (Sunstate Strata), Adam Seaton (Project Urban), Andrew Stevens (Project Urban) and Luke Farrelly (Project Urban) – proudly supporting the Boardoom Charity Surf Competition in 2015. Thirty-six corporate teams participated in the event and $27,000 was raised for severely disabled local children and their families.

Supporting Our Community

Given Sunstate Strata are active throughout all of Queensland with Body Corporate management, we like to support local communities  by making regular contributions to charities/organisations that provide excellent services to Queensland communities.

These currently include;

Endeavour foundation
The Endeavour Foundation is one of the largest non-government organisations in Australia supporting and providing opportunities for people with a disability.
They operate solely in Queensland and support around 3000 people with a disability through a mix of services and businesses at over 220 locations from Cairns and Mareeba in the north, to the southern end of the Gold Coast, and west to Roma, Kingaroy, Stanthorpe and Warwick.
For more information or to make a donation to the Endeavour Foundation visit www.endeavour.com.au

Cancer Council
The Cancer Council Queensland are committed to providing all Queenslanders with the best possible prospects of preventing, detecting, effectively treating and surviving a cancer diagnosis.
They were established in 1961 as the Queensland Cancer Fund, in response to an increasing need for cancer-related services across the state.
Cancer Council Queensland is a member of Cancer Council Australia and is affiliated with the International Union Against Cancer (UICC).
Thousands of Queenslanders donate and volunteer to The Cancer Council Queensland each day, helping to improve cancer control.
www.cancerqld.org.au

 

The Queensland State Emergency Service (SES) is a “not-for-profit, community, volunteer, emergency service organisation that is enabled by both State and local governments. It shares its highly recognised name with States and Territory State Emergency Service (SES) organisations throughout Australia. With approximately 6,000 active, unpaid members the SES performs a diverse range of functions to respond to local, State and National disasters and emergencies.

http://www.ses.qld.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx