WA Spit Roast is regularly involved with many different charities including the WA Special Needs Children's Christmas Party each year since 2006.
We are also proud supporters of the Joondalup Christmas Lunch since its inception in 2008 - where we provide lunch for up to 500 people on Christmas Day!
We also donate food to Manna - a volunteer operated charity that helps to feed, clothe and support Western Australians in need. Manna Kids provides hot, nutritious breakfasts each weekday to children in primary schools across Perth.
We have also been involved with the Starlight Foundation, Lifeline WA and many others over the years!
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"THANK YOU for your amazing support! The little man had such a wonderful day and your team out there was fantastic. I hear there was no food left!
Keep an eye out as I have a little acknowledgment coming through shortly...
And you are top of my list for catering in WA for every wish in the future!"Martha, Star light foundation - Make a wish
"Thank you for supporting my fundraising efforts for Lifeline WA with your generous donation; you are helping to save and enrich the lives of many within our Western Australian communities.
Every day, Lifeline’s 24-hour Telephone Counselling Service, 13 11 14, assists people facing a challenge or crisis. For many callers, simply having someone to listen to them is a great comfort and relieves their distress. For others, it can save their life.
Lifeline WA’s Education Services provides training on suicide awareness, prevention and early intervention. It equips community members with the skills, knowledge and understanding that helps them to keep themselves and others well, and safe from suicide.
We will use your contribution thoughtfully as we strive to support people in their time of need.
Once again, thank you for supporting the work of Lifeline WA."Amanda Wheeler, CEO Lifeline WA
Mont Blanc, France September 2010
'The AHG Adventurers' launched 'The Mont Blanc Project 2010', to be completed in September 2010, as a fundraiser for Childhood Cancer patients at Princess Margaret Hospital, Ward 3B, The Total Care Unit.
Lead by Perth based businessmen Rick Parish (ex-SAS soldier, former NSCA Pararescue Commander and Chairman of M&O Global) and Peter Wilson (Former champion Eagles Footballer and AFL legend). Rick's 3 year old son Elliot was diagnosed in October 2009 with brain and spinal cancer and has undergone continuous treatment at Ward 3B.
The Mont Blanc Project 2010 - A Climb for Childhood Cancer involves people from all walks of life committed to making a difference to children and families, alike, suffering from cancer!
The AHG Adventurers are committed to this cause and need your help.