Charities & Social Impact

The organisations Ambika-Bleue and our employees support, that we believe are making a difference, include:


Cambodian Children’s Fund

The passion, determination and belief of one man, Scott Neeson, to provide life-changing education, nourishment and healing to vulnerable children from some of Cambodia’s most destitute communities is an incredible inspiration to all of us. The Cambodian Children’s Fund was founded in 2004 and started off looking after the health and wellbeing of 87 children. Today the Cambodian Children’s Fund cares for 1,800 students as well as 10,000 people annually, after extending services to entire families and communities in crisis. The work by Scott Neeson reminds us that every individual has the ability to make a difference, great or small. Click here to read more ...

Fred Hollows Foundation

Helping over eight million people last year to restore sight, prevent blindness and improve Indigenous Australians’ health, the Fred Hollows Foundation is an organisation to which we have given our continued support. The foundation’s long term goals are to effectively manage cataracts, eliminate Trachoma, ensure eye health services are available throughout the world for people living with diabetes and that these services and systems are sustainable and integrated into national health systems. The organisation’s straightforward approach by working with communities, local partners, doctors and other health workers achieves great results. Click here to read more ...

Ride for Recovery

The ride was initiated by a group of keen cyclists who rather than just ride for the enjoyment, decided to ride for the good of those in need. The Ride for Recovery has grown into a major event, raising money in the fight against blood cancer. The Ride for Recovery is a joint venture between the Leukemia Foundation and the Myeloma Foundation to raise awareness of blood cancers in Australia and raise funds for blood cancer patients’ services. Ambika-Bleue has proudly supported The Ride for Recovery in this its second year valuing the work of individuals in their efforts to raise funds and also challenge their personal bests.Click here to read more ...

Amnesty International

Amnesty International promotes and defends human rights in Australia and around the world. We want to support Amnesty International’s worldwide movement of people campaigning to protect human rights and defend those who can’t fight for themselves. We respect Amnesty International for being independent of government and political organisations, thus maintaining their integrity and ability to pressure governments, companies and other organisations and generating their own assessments based on thorough research and detailed and accurate information about human rights. Click here to read more ...

National Breast Cancer Foundation

We all know people who have been affected by breast cancer, whether directly or indirectly, which is why we support this great organisation. By supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation we are enabling further research to be conducted in Australia to improve the quality of life for those living with breast cancer, as well as moving towards breast cancer prevention and ultimately, a cure. With everyone's support we enable passionate people with brilliant ideas to have the enduring resources to further high quality breast cancer research programs right across the spectrum, from understanding the fundamental basis of the disease, to psychosocial research aimed at improving the quality of life for survivors, their family and friends. Click here to read more ...

WSPA

Animals can’t speak for themselves and so the World Society for the Protection of Animals speaks for them.  WSPA exists to tackle animal cruelty across the world. We support their vision of a world where animal welfare matters and animal cruelty has ended. WSPA works with people and organisations to ensure that animals are treated with respect and compassion. They tackle the world’s most intense and large-scale animal welfare issues, helping people understand the critical importance of animal welfare, encouraging nations to commit to animal-friendly practices and building the scientific case for the better treatment of animals. Click here to read more ...

Red Cross

We support the Red Cross because it is always there, committed to helping communities in need, no matter where they are situated or how big the challenge. The Red Cross assists tens of millions of people around the world each year, from major natural disasters to a personal crisis in your own home, providing both immediate and practical help. It can be as simple as providing food or emotional support to children or the elderly in the local community or a phone call a day to someone living alone, to clean water and sanitation programs for communities overseas. Red Cross are among the first to arrive and last to leave when disaster strikes, as well as an important part of our local communities every day. Click here to read more ...