Support our Supporters
The vital research carried out at the Victor Chang Institute would not be possible without the generosity of our Supporters. We’d like to thank the following Supporters (listed in alphabetical order) and encourage you to support those who support us.
To support our research into heart disease, Appliances Online will donate $5 from every extended warranty purchased on items in their kitchen category – Fridges/Freezers, Dishwaters and Wine Fridges to the Institute. Visit www.appliancesonline.com.au for further details.
If you use golfing products to advertise your company or product, you can generate funds for The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute by sourcing your products from Bullant Sports. Bullant Sports makes a donation to The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute from every purchase of a Bullant product or Bullant event.
For more information contact:
Gary (Smokey) Dawson
Bullant Sports Pty Ltd, Suite 104, 3 Eden Street, North Sydney NSW 2060
Phone: 02 9954 7918; Fax: 02 9954 6633; Mobile: 0412 600 062
Charity Greeting Cards
Help support out work by purchasing your Christmas cards, birthday cards, thank you cards, e-cards, and hampers from Charity Greeting Cards.
20c from each dollar you spend is donated back to the Institute.
Visit www.charitygreetingcards.com.au for more details.
Cobram Estate is a family owned olive grove located on the Murray River in Victoria. The grove comprises 25,000 trees of Italian, Spanish and Israeli origin.
Like an estate wine, Cobram Estate Extra Virgin Olive Oil is grown, harvested, pressed and bottled on the Estate so the oil is amongst the freshest produced. Nothing is added or taken away – and the award winning Extra Virgin oil that results, contains under 1% free fatty acid.
Cobram Estate Extra Virgin Olive Oil is available from Coles, Woolworths, IGA, Ritchies, independent stores and from all gourmet grocers and delicatessens. www.cobramestate.com.au
We sincerely thank Cobram Estate for supporting our fundraising initiatives.
Crestbrook Mountain Springs
Crestbrook Mountain Springs has been pumping spring water from a stream 130 metres beneath the earth’s surface of the NSW Blue Mountains for many years. This unique water is used in both plain and flavoured drinks and is bottled under various labels.
For every purchase of Crestbrook Mountain Springs water and cooler products displaying the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute logo we receive a generous donation, as follows:
5 cents for every 600 ml bottle water
25 cents for every 10 litre bottle water
50 cents for every 15 litre bottle water
If you are interested in purchasing or retailing any of the Crestbrook Mountain Springs Pty Ltd water products, please contact Gerry on 0428 647218.
Media Music is an Australian leader in the specialised field of Event Management and Artistic Direction – and a proud supporter of all Victor Chang Institute events.
Covering venue selection, décor, catering, lighting, sound systems, special effects, stage sets, pyrotechnics, guest speakers, photography, audio visuals, musical co-ordination and entertainment (from a soloist to an orchestra, dancers, choir or comedians) – no event is too large or too small.
Nudie Juices supply their delicious juices to Victor Chang Institute fundraising events. They have donated Nudie product to the Crabfest, the Des Renford Gala Day and more. Nudie have also dedicated the month of November to the Victor Chang Institute, placing our logo on their juice bottles and raised over $16,000 for the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute.
We are very grateful for Nudie’s support and look forward to a longstanding partnership.
Paceline has consistently evolved and expanded its activity and influence for over four years – and in 2011 they became an Incorporated Association known as Paceline INC. with registered fundraiser status.
Their new Board of Directors brings a wealth of experience and skills from events, industry, business and finance. They have developed a strategic blueprint for Paceline’s continued work towards finding a cure for cardiac arrhythmias.
Paceline aims to raise awareness of cardiac arrhythmias plus it’s root causes, social and family effects; health care impacts; diagnostic and prognostic paths, and treatment options. They also work to raise funds to improve our understanding of the causes of arrhythmias and to produce life changing treatments or cures; and work with partner organisations like the Victor Chang Institute in order to achieve these objectives.
Visit www.paceline.com.au for more information.
Prestige Products is the leading supplier of commercial catering equipment to catering and hospitality industries and exclusive Australian agents for SousVide Supreme and associated products.
Sous Vide refers to a French term meaning “Under Vacuum”. Although this technology has been around for over 40 years, it has only gained momentum in recent years with leading chefs like Feran Adria and Heston Blumenthal. With this wonderful cooking technique, food is first vacuum sealed in special plastic bags then cooked under vacuum in a water bath at lower temperature for longer.
To support our research into heart diseases, Prestige Products has generously decided to donate $5 from every Silver Ad placement in their second hand catering equipment section as well as $5 from every SousVide Supreme sold to The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute.
So, why not try sous vide cooking and help support the institute at the same time.
Sous Vide Supreme – The World’s Finest Water Oven
The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute is one of just six charities chosen by Priceline to be a part of their Sisterhood initiative. This is a community and social responsibility initiative that empowers women to look good, live well and feel great. As a national program, The Priceline Sisterhood provides support to a selection of charities that offer help to women in the areas such as heart health, mental health, family wellbeing and fighting cancer. Visit www.priceline.com.au/Sisterhood/charity for further information.
Rock Eisteddfod Challenge
We are pleased to be associated with the Rock Eisteddfod Challenge. The Rock Eisteddfod Challenge is a unique and exciting opportunity for secondary school students to take part in a dance, drama and design spectacular, to experience the buzz of performing in a professional environment.
The focus of this friendly and vibrant competition is on young people leading healthy lifestyles. Students, teachers, parents and communities work together to prepare their schools’ 8 minute performance, where up to 140 students take part in an exhilarating and exhausting day that culminates in a live performance for up to 10,000 people.
For more information contact the Rock Challenge office on (02) 9417 4122 or visit www.rockchallenge.com.au
Steve Costi Seafoods
Steve Costi Seafoods appreciates that what you eat is important. By eating two serves of baked or grilled fish per week, you can help reduce your risk of having a heart attack or stroke. Fish is a good source of protein without the high saturated fat found in fatty meat products. Oily fish like Swordfish, Salmon, Mackerel, Sardines and Sea Perch are also a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are known benefit heart health for people with or without heart disease.
Steve Costi Seafoods began in 1985 with the opening of the first store at David Jones Market Street food hall, Sydney. Today, Steve Costi Seafoods has outlets in Northbridge Plaza and David Jones Food Hall Market Street.
Steve Costi Seafoods supports the Institute by donating seafood products for the Institute’s fundraising events.
United Air Miles can make your miles go further than you ever imagined.
You can use your miles to build a future, provide relief and offer help through United’s Charity Miles Program. It’s easy to show you care – simply donate your Mileage Plus miles to The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute.
Call United Airlines and make your miles truly rewarding today.
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