West Carr & Harvey is proud to share its resources and experience for the benefit of the community.

Our people are actively involved in assisting the groups who work hard to make the area a supportive and connected region.

We contribute to community programs, events and initiatives through the provision of financial assistance, complimentary accounting services and advice. 

West Carr & Harvey proudly supports the following community organisations:

Partners

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Runway

Runway unearths and supports startups in regional areas, giving them the opportunity to fast-track, grow and scale using Runway’s unique accelerator program.

https://www.runwayhq.co

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Active Geelong

Active Geelong seeks to educate the wider community about the benefits of becoming more engaged with physical activity and exercise through subtle lifestyle changes. By creating awareness, the group hopes to inspire behavioural change which will provide long term health benefits to many.

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Anglesea Surf Life Saving Club

The Anglesea Surf Life Saving Club is a voluntary run, incorporated, registered "not for profit" organisation, providing active support to the local community including a beach patrol service - rescue, first aid and emergency response; skill development and lifesaver training; and sport and recreation.

http://www.angleseaslsc.org.au/

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Anglesea Surf Life Saving Club Foundation

To support the long term viability of the Club, Anglesea SLSC Foundation was created in 1992. The Foundation, administered by five Directors, has the objective of providing a long term financial basis for the ongoing development of the Club and its facilities. The Foundation has contributed funding back to the club that has been used to support a range of purchases from life saving equipment to Nipper facilities to equipment for the office and café.

To support the long term viability of the Club, Anglesea SLSC Foundation was created in 1992. The Foundation, administered by five Directors, has the objective of providing a long term financial basis for the ongoing development of the Club and its facilities. The Foundation has contributed funding back to the club that has been used to support a range of purchases from life saving equipment to Nipper facilities to equipment for the office and café.

http://www.angleseaslsc.org.au/aslscfoundation

committee for geelong

Committee for Geelong

The Committee for Geelong provides strategic leadership and influence to leverage the economic potential of the region to make Geelong a world-class place.The Committee works with members, leaders, stakeholders and governments to independently advocate for the best overall long-term outcomes for Geelong.

http://www.committeeforgeelong.com.au/

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Deakin Medical Students' Assocation

MeDUSA aims to support all Deakin medical students and enhance their medical student experience. From academic advocacy and policies to community involvement and social events, they aim to provide the best possible experience for the student body.

http://www.medusa.org.au/

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Geelong Business Club

The Geelong Business Club brings together senior business professionals in the greater geelong region. The group regularly meets to discuss management, business, politics, arts, sport and entertainment. The mission of the club is to provide a regular forum for leaders, professionals and senior management in the Geelong region for networking and positive interactions to benefit the region.

http://www.geelongbusinessclub.org.au/

Geelong Association of Music and Art GAMA

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Geelong Connected Communities

Geelong Connected Communities (GCC) is a community company which was established for the benefit of every Geelong resident.  Commencing July 2013 it is currently a partnership of approximately 50 Geelong Institutions and Businesses who pool their resources to fund community projects. In its first four years of operation GCC funded 413 projects for a value of $1.15m

http://www.geelongconnectedcommunities.com.au/

geelong mums

Geelong Mums

Geelong Mums are a volunteer - powered organisation based in South Geelong. By rehoming new and pre-loved baby goods and nursery equipment to families in need, they provide vital assistance at crucial times. Their mission is to share the joy of motherhood by recycling baby essentials and saving the earth's precious resources.

https://www.geelongmums.org/

Geelong Try Boys

Geelong Try Boys Basketball Club have a long history in the Geelong region as part of the Geelong Try Boys' Brigade which has been actively supporting the community since 1897. They pride themselves on their junior program with a focus on development, good sportsmanship and creating an environment for kids to have fun.

http://websites.sportstg.com/club_info.cgi?c=1-4097-52711-0-0/

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Give Where You Live

Since 1954, the Give Where You Live Foundation has been bringing individual donors, corporate supporters and community partners together to help the region’s most vulnerable people to work together to Build a Better Community. The Foundation aims to solve the issue of disadvantage by providing grants and delivering programs that help provide educational and employment opportunities and support people experiencing life crises.

https://www.givewhereyoulive.com.au/

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Kids Plus Foundation

Kids Plus purpose is to deliver specialist therapy programs for babies, children and young adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities. Their focus is on supporting children and their families maximise their participation and engagement in daily life.

http://www.kidsplus.org.au/

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St Joseph's Old Collegian's Association

The St Joseph's College Old Collegians Association was established in 1943 to support St Joseph's College in its endeavours to provide Catholic education for young men.

In addition to providing opportunities for past students to reconnect through social functions and events, the Association supports the College financially along with its contributions of time and expertise.

The St Joseph's College Old Collegians Association was established in 1943 to support St Joseph's College in its endeavours to provide Catholic education for young men.

In addition to providing opportunities for past students to reconnect through social functions and events, the Association supports the College financially along with its contributions of time and expertise.

http://www.sjc.vic.edu.au/new/community/old-collegians-association.html

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The Briseis Club

The Briseis club was formed as a network for local horse racing enthusiasts in the Geelong region. The group hold regular events and also work together to support the Geelong Race Club.

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The Geelong College Foundation

The Geelong College Foundation Limited was incorporated in 1987 to preserve, develop and secure the financial future of The Geelong College, and assist its ongoing mission – to offer one of the finest co-educational learning experiences in Australia.

http://www.geelongcollege.vic.edu.au/community/foundation

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The Old Geelong Collegians Assocation

The Old Collegians are an important part of the Geelong College community and play an active role in the life of the school. They provide opportunities for past students to reconnect with the school and former classmates through reunions and events, as well as offering mentoring opportunities and more general networking to continue to help past students make the most of their connection to the community.

http://www.geelongcollege.vic.edu.au/community/old-geelong-collegians

Trusts

The Peter Williams Trust

The Peter Williams Trust fund was established in 1991 by Alan & Dorothy Williams in memory of their son Peter who, after surviving a long illness that resulted in a 15 month coma at 9 years old, died in a hiking accident at the age of 16 years. In their respective careers both Alan and Dorothy have been a formidable team in the advocacy of quality services for pre-school children and their families, and especially for those children who faced the challenge of social and material disadvantage.

https://peterwilliamstrust.wordpress.com/

The Gwyneth Raymond Trust

The Gwyneth Raymond Trust was established by the late Michael Raymond as a memorial to his mother Gwyneth Raymond. The Trust is dedicated in perpetuity to the promotion of the welfare of underprivileged or disadvantaged children residing in the district of Geelong, Victoria giving a preference to those of less than the age of thirteen years. The Trust is a public ancillary fund, and as such actively seeks contributions from the public by way of donation and gifts to allow it to fulfil its charter. The Gwyneth Raymond Trust is a registered tax exempt charity and deductible gift recipient. If you would like to make a donation to the Trust, or are a deductible gift recipient that satisfies the terms of the Trust’s charter, please contact Richard Carr, one of the Trustees.

The Faithfull Goulburn Trust

The Faithfull-Goulburn Trust was established by the late Michael Raymond and Ann Raymond as a memorial to their mother Gwyneth Raymond, aunt Helen Faithfull and sister Judith Downey. The Trust is dedicated in perpetuity to the promotion of the welfare of underprivileged or disadvantaged children residing in the district of Goulburn, New South Wales, and towns of Bowral and Mossvale giving a preference to those of less than the age of thirteen years. The Trust is a public ancillary fund, and as such actively seeks contributions from the public by way of donation and gifts to allow it to fulfil its charter. The Gwyneth Raymond Trust is a registered tax exempt charity and deductible gift recipient. If you would like to make a donation to the Trust, or are a deductible gift recipient that satisfies the terms of the Trust’s charter, please contact Richard Carr, one of the Trustees.

The Bibury Trust

The Bibury Trust was established by the late Michael Raymond as a memorial to his late sister Judith Faithful Downey and to his late nephew Anthony Michael Downey, the intent that the trust funds shall be dedicated in perpetuity to the direct relief of people in need of benevolent relief in the Geelong region. The Trustees promote, encourage, invite and implement programs or appeals which actively invite contributions or otherwise in their discretion to seek to obtain support or contributions from the public by way of donations and gifts to the Trust Fund. The Bibury Trust is a registered tax exempt charity and deductible gift recipient. If you would like to make a donation to the Trust, or are a charitable organisation that satisfies the terms of the Trust’s charter, please contact Richard Carr, one of the Trustees.