Be the change you want to see in the world
We support and promote many great causes that benefit the community, the planet and simply make the world a better place. Our motto is “be the change you want to see in the world” it is simple, we believe small simple steps is all we all need to do to band together to make substantial change.
You do the math.
We have 7.4 billion on the planet and growing if we divide it by 3 as at least 60% of the world is 2nd world we still have 2.46 billion x this by ONLY $1 a day (365 days) this would equal $900 billion per one year in aid or help to those that need it most. See how just a little could make a huge difference we don’t even need to give or do a lot. Just a few of the things we are committed to and why!
Did you know?
Tasmania has already reached net-zero carbon emissions in 2015 because of our vast forest and landscape store more carob then we emit, also we are fully powered by renewable hydro electricity.
*A closed loop system is one in which products are designed, manufactured, used and handled so as to circulate within society for as long as possible, with maximum usability, minimum adverse environmental impacts, minimum waste generation, and with the most efficient use of water, energy and other resources throughout the process.
We donate annually to Save The Tasmanian Devil, this is something close to our hearts!
As a Tasmanian company we are desperate for the Devil not to have the same plight as the Thylacine.
Our customers can also help to save them by giving a gold coin donation for gift wrapping. We give a big thank you for the support!
Since 2017 we have donated $50 per month to Days For Girls Australia a global grass roots non for profit organisation creating a better future for girls by providing advocacy, reproductive health education and sustainable feminine hygiene products.
This is so close to our hearts as NO girl should miss school or be shunned for something that is a natural monthly occurrence.
We accidentally came across a local family in need after my father, Bert Bannister, recently went to a snake call out (he is a local snake re-locator), to a family living at Weetah, near Deloraine in Tasmania’s north.
He drove up what he describes as a goat track 20mins into the bush to find a family of 3, father Edward and two beautiful boys Shamus 12 and Jasper 14 and their red dog Ruby, living in a tent and an old caravan with no running water, power or basic amenities.
Dad describes it as 3rd world living conditions but in Australia, the snakes come into the van attracted to the rats, the rats from the bush come looking for the food in the van.