Take a look at the behind the scenes shoot with Sarah who is in the April edition of Profile Magizine
Compass is looking at purchasing 2 wheelchair accessible busses but we need your help to make this happen we need to raise $160,000. In return for your generosity your business will receive a sponsorship package which includes a extensive 3 month advertising campaign, your business logo on the side of the bus, a plaque on the back of a sponsored seat, plus a table for ten at the Compass Gala dinner on June 29.
Compass was proud to be a sponsor on Friday the 23 March at the Sunny Coast Club Dinner at the Maroochy RSL. The large crowd were entertained by Matt Wright – The Outback Wrangler – with tales from his adventures in the Australian bush as well as overseas.
We we’re also grateful to receive a cheque on the night for $1,800 as a beneficiary of the event. Thank you to the Sunshine Coast Daily for the opportunity. The next event will feature the amazing Cosentino so stay tuned for dates and make sure you get a table.
Compass was proud to play a small role in the opening of the new Palmwoods Piccabeen Green. A great example of collaboration between local Government and Community. Congratulations to Cr Jenny McKay as the key advocate of this place making project.
Congratulations also to Michelle & the Compass Farm Art trainees for the amazing hand made picnic blanket used in the ceremony.
This morning I had breakfast with one of the most charitable and generous people on the Sunshine Coast – Matthew Murray. As so often happens, Matt kicked off by pushing a cheque across to me… on this occasion it was for $20,000.
By my estimate this takes the total he has donated to Compass over the past three years to $138,000… but that’s not all.
Every month Matt’s business – Cricks Sunshine Coast – buys specially prepared boxes of jams & chutneys made out on Compass Farm and puts a box in every new car they sell. The total of this support now exceeds $116,000!
And this doesn’t take into account the numerous Compass fundraising events he has sponsored…
I want to ask your help in applauding Matthew’s generosity… as a personal favour to me please like and share this post as widely as possible. Good news needs to be spread 😊. Thank you!
CEO | Compass Institute
Thanks to your generosity we raised $27,200 from our recent charity race night which will go towards the Compass assistance dog program
Compass Assistance Dogs is pleased to announce the start of its new Dollar-A-Day program.
The Dollar – A – Day program was created to give individuals the convenience of being able to participate as much or as little as they want. For just One Dollar A Day ($1), you can join other generous people in the community who are sponsoring a puppy to become an Assistance Dog. This means a $20,000 full sponsorship becomes a shared one. You will receive regular updates on the progress of your puppy, right through to it’s graduation.
Taking part in the Dollar – A – Day program is a simple one step process.
Just click the link below and you will be forwarded to the MyCause donations page, where you then select how often you would like to donate and the amount.
And that’s it. Once your donation has been received, you will be contact via email with a thank you card and information about the puppy you will be sponsoring in the C.A.D program.
Click here for more information https://www.compassinc.org.au/index.php/compass-assistance-dogs/dollar-day-program/
We had an amazing response to our beautiful hand made chook tractor from our wonderful farm and woodwork team here at Compass. We have drawn out the lucky winners and Congratulations to them as were so thrilled and excited to receive their prize.
Thank you to everyone who supported us by buying a raffle ticket and we will have another chook tractor this time next year.